DIDWW, a global telecommunications provider of premium quality two-way SIP trunking services, has expanded its number portability coverage to include a total of 39 countries. This service allows customers to conveniently switch their phone numbers from one telephone network service provider to an alternative carrier. In order to provide customers with instant access to innovative VoIP services worldwide, DIDWW now offers businesses and telecom operators the ability to port their numbers in South Africa, Chile and Estonia.

To uncover the dark secrets behind this staggering figure and delve deep into the issue of AIT fraud, we sat down with Tim Ward, the Vice President of Number Information Services at XConnect. With over three decades of experience in the telecoms industry, Tim Ward brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to the table. At XConnect, he has taken the helm of the Number Information Services division, leading initiatives in sales, marketing, and product management. Under his guidance, XConnect has launched innovative services that set new standards for access to network, service, and user information.

BYOD VoIP, or “Bring Your Own Device Voice over Internet Protocol,” lets employees use personal devices like smartphones, tablets, or laptops for business calls through VoIP. This approach enhances flexibility, productivity, and cost savings, but it also poses challenges like security risks, device compatibility, and privacy concerns. Implementing BYOD VoIP effectively requires clear policies, network readiness, robust security measures, and employee training.

In today’s fast-paced and competitive business landscape, resellers are constantly seeking ways to differentiate themselves, establish a strong brand identity and offer unique value propositions to their customers. White label Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solutions have emerged as a powerful tool for resellers looking to gain a competitive edge in the telecommunications market.

DIDWW, a global provider of premium quality VoIP communications and SIP trunking services for businesses and telco carriers, has announced the launch of its Point of Presence (POP) in Hong Kong. This strategically positioned POP is fully operational and ready to efficiently handle customer voice traffic, delivering superior performance and connectivity.

Cloud Group NV has emerged as a key player, reshaping the way businesses communicate and collaborate. Founded in 2014 by three visionary partners, Cloud Group has quickly risen to prominence in the Belgian market. I had the opportunity to interview ​​Mike Mol, the Founder and Chief Sales Officer of Cloud Group NV and dive into the story behind Cloud Group, their unique value proposition, and their plans for the future.

To shed light on the recent changes in the A2P messaging industry, we sat down with Aaron Alter, the CEO and Co-Founder of Telgorithm, a leading cloud communications enablement API platform. Telgorithm delivers automated and reliable A2P text messaging API solutions, assisting businesses in navigating the complexities of the ever-changing A2P messaging market while scaling their operations seamlessly.

In today’s fast-paced business landscape, effective communication is crucial to success. Talkroute offers a comprehensive virtual phone system that allows businesses to manage calls, texts, and meetings seamlessly. With its user-friendly interface and robust features, the phone system eliminates the need for expensive on-site equipment, making it an attractive solution for businesses of all sizes. In this article, we will explore what Talkroute is, its unique selling points, and the benefits it brings to businesses.

Navigating workplace communications is challenging for business owners. Choosing between PSTN and VoIP is complex. PSTN offers reliability and call quality, while VoIP provides flexibility and scalability. VoIP integrates with tools and supports remote work. PSTN is secure and compliant, but VoIP can be secured with measures. PSTN excels in emergency services, but VoIP is improving.

DIDWW, a global telecoms operator offering premium quality VoIP communication and SIP trunking services, has announced its partnership with airBaltic, the Latvian national airline connecting the Baltic region with over 70 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, and the CIS. This flag carrier of Latvia will use DIDWW two-way SIP trunking solution for its corporate communications all over the world. As part of this alliance, airBaltic will benefit from DIDWW extensive virtual phone number coverage, allowing the company to accelerate its business growth and operate efficiently across multiple geographies. With an international business spanning three continents, airBaltic relies on powerful two-way SIP trunking to seamlessly connect its bases in Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius and Tampere, as well as other key destinations worldwide. This DIDWW and airBaltic partnership will enable airBaltic and its customers to leverage fully-compliant and highly reliable voice services with premium call quality. In addition, airBaltic will utilize the…