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In order to extend mobile service to isolated rural regions, the Belgian communications operator BICS has inked a deal with the satellite-direct-to-phone telecoms business Lynk.    This agreement will make it possible for mobile network operators (MNOs) to provide services to subscribers in rural areas in North America, the Caribbean, Latin America, South-East Asia, and a number of rural African regions.   BICS focuses on cloud, mobility and IoT, while offering digital communications on a worldwide scale. The company also collaborates with MNOs and mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). This collaboration aims to solve the problem of remote locations that currently lack any form of mobile connectivity.   BICS will use its network to connect the cell carriers with the Lynk satellite constellation. Lynk’s solution enables conventional roaming partner integration without requiring that the mobile operators’ networks undergo hardware or software upgrades, thereby expanding coverage to outlying regions, islands, and…

 Hayo Telecom, a Senegalese operator, has chosen Telesmart.io, a worldwide number and messaging service provider, as the provider of its API-enabled number and messaging platform.    This is Telesmart.io’s first partnership in the geographic area, and this cooperative venture  will help Hayo Telecom service its African consumers more efficiently and effectively. Hayo Telecom has now achieved Dynamic Partner Status as a Telesmart.io partner, giving the company instant access to a number inventory.   As contact center, voice and messaging collaboration solutions continue to be in demand, the Telesmart.io inventory management platform for voice and messaging makes it simple to monetize the opportunity in the Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS) market. The platform may be integrated with Hayo Telecom’s existing business systems as well as Telesmart.io’s “Bring Your Own Numbers” concept to handle all number inventories in one place. Sign-up, connectivity, on-line provisioning, functionality, visibilit, and reporting are all automated…

In conjunction with key local industry experts, BAI Communications, a worldwide communications infrastructure provider, has launched the next phase of its international growth plan with its entrance into Italy. The company’s goal is to deliver neutral host connected infrastructure solutions to one of Europe’s strongest telecoms markets.   BAI Italia is the company’s first European business outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland, bolstering its position as a regional leader in 5G and shared infrastructure. BAI Italia will focus on providing low latency and limitless capacity neutral host networks to ensure that Italians can remain connected in congested metropolitan areas.   The group’s vast capabilities will be leveraged by the experienced leadership team to design, develop, manage and fund the critical connectivity infrastructure required to advance digital innovation. The organization will expand existing connections with mobile network operators (MNOs), businesses and municipalities to create a future-ready platform that will be…

Procescom, an industry-recognized provider of innovative and customized solutions for telecom technical platforms, has formed a strategic alliance with DIDWW, a global telecoms operator that offers premium quality VoIP communications and SIP trunking services. This cooperation will help Procescom to further advance its telecom solutions that are deployed in both public and private infrastructure. The addition of fully compliant DIDWW voice services will greatly contribute to the use of Procescom’s out-of-the-box connectivity that can be applied by mobile network operators, MNOs or MVNOs of any size. Strategic partnerships and an innovative outlook on business have assisted Procescom in positioning itself as a leading Mobile Virtual Network Enabler with its Procescom MVNE platform. Along with a white-labelled VoIP dialer for iOS and Android, Procescom has made it possible for mobile device industry giants to offer out-of-the-box connectivity to customers. In addition, Procescom’s extensive connectivity portfolio presents a great opportunity to…

Contributed by Maor Efrati, CTO at monogoto My generation grew up in the early days of the internet and global connectivity. The only truly global network was the phone network. Any content or other service was provided by a local operator.   We saw the internet as a global network but mostly as a way to share and access information. A huge revolution parallel to the WWW was the OTT ‘over the top’. It’s not an information revolution but a brand new business model for a whole new set of companies to become a service provider without a physical connection to the consumer. OTT has revolutionized the way many businesses operate. In the early 2000s, operators and service providers generated most of their income from all kinds of content: TV, Voice, SMS, Ringtones, Stickers, etc. The internet brought a new wave of companies, technically new service providers, companies that…