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Dialpad, a leading AI-Powered Customer Intelligence Platform, has announced updates to their open app ecosystem. These advancements make it easier for customers to integrate their workflows and apps into a single effective workplace and adjust their workflows for improved communications and cooperation.   The App Marketplace includes integrations with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Dynamics, and the newly added Bullhorn, ServiceNow, HubSpot, as well as Google ChromeOS Desk Connector. Customers may now consolidate all of their daily tasks into one pane thanks to these integrations. Customers may also quickly search for and find available  solutions based on  use cases or specific industry requirements.   Dialpad combines the most advanced AI Contact Center, AI Sales, AI Voice, AI Meetings and AI Messaging solutions in one. With over 3.5 billion minutes of real-time AI data, Dialpad is the only AI-powered customer intelligence company that is partnered across multiple Google business sectors, including Google Cloud,…

Fusion Connect launches Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams Fusion Connect, a global Managed Communication Service Provider (MCSP), now offers Microsoft Teams Operator Connect. This new solution ensures the availability of the platform and services, backed by Fusion Connect’s complete service guarantee. With this offering, customers can use Microsoft Teams to make direct calls to mobile devices and landlines using dedicated local phone numbers that can be accessed from any device. By partnering with Fusion Connect for Microsoft Teams calling services, businesses can more fully integrate their use of Microsoft 365 services and benefit from enhanced collaboration, continuity and workforce management capabilities. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/2tcuw5p4 University of Surrey to research greener telecom networks The University of Surrey has secured a £12 million grant to research the development of more sustainable and resilient telecommunications networks. The 5/6G Innovation Centre at the University of Surrey will act as the project manager for…

Europe may see mobile network interruptions this winter Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February earlier this year, there has been almost daily talk about potential energy shortages and soaring costs. According to telecom sector insiders, any power outages or energy restrictions may have a negative impact on communication networks. According to this assertion, many European nations do not have enough backup measures to mitigate power outages. This increases the likelihood of tower batteries running out and mobile networks failing. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/mr2kdvm6 Deutsche Telekom unveils the 5G T Phone Deutsche Telekom has introduced their T Phone and T Phone Pro, two in-house handsets with prices starting below €250 and now available in 10 European regions. Subscribers in Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania and Slovakia will be able to purchase the gadgets. Both devices run on Android 12.0 and have three rear cameras,…

Startup Nothing debuts with its first smartphone Phone 1 Nothing’s first phone, the Nothing Phone 1, was finally launched this week. The Nothing Phone 1 is one of the most intriguing newcomers to the smartphone market in recent years. Carl Pei, a former OnePlus co-founder, established the startup less than two years ago. The company has showcased several of the Phone 1’s most important features in the weeks building up to the launch event, including the inclusion of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G Plus CPU and the Android-based Nothing OS software. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/yc2bmksu Nokia will lead German 6G project Nokia has announced that it will lead 6G-ANNA, a German government-funded 6G lighthouse project, that began on July 1, 2022. Nokia will lead and drive 6G research and standardization in collaboration with the 29 partners, including industry members, subject matter experts, start-ups, research organizations, and universities in Germany. The project…