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Telinta, a global leader in white label cloud-based switching and billing solutions for VoIP service providers, and DIDWW, a leading provider of premium quality VoIP communications and two-way SIP trunking services, today announced an integrated solution for Hosted PBX. phone.systemsTM is a fully-featured, cloud-based virtual PBX solution from DIDWW, integrated with Telinta’s softswitch and billing platform.  The solution is specifically designed to interconnect with any service provider for VoIP Origination and Termination, and requires no special hardware to purchase and maintain. The white label solution includes: An intuitive drag-and-drop user interface, where configurations are instantly activated as they are graphically assembled. Highly scalable options to meet the needs of any size business customer, from simple home-based businesses to complex multi-location enterprises. Popular PBX features such as Call Queuing, Ring Groups, IVR, Voicemail, Conference Calling, Call Recording, Fax via G711u and T.38 codecs, Attended and Unattended Call Transfers, and…

Choosing the best SIP trunking service to meet your company objectives may be a challenging task. If you have spent any time researching telecommunications services, you will know that this sector is complex, tough to navigate and offers a myriad of solutions to choose from.   SIP trunking services vary in terms of the types, quality and scope of services provided, as well as in terms of pricing and customer service. Selecting a solution can be difficult, but if you focus on what matters most, such as service quality, compatibility, security and scalability, you will be more likely to make a favorable choice.   Continue reading the full article to better understand what to look for when choosing the ideal provider for you. We break down some major elements of what to look for when selecting a SIP trunking service.  SIP eliminates the need for traditional telephone lines and PRIs…

Vodafone signs a multi-year agreement with Oracle Vodafone and Oracle have announced an agreement to modernize their European IT infrastructure and accelerate its transition to the cloud. The companies will migrate a broad range of systems to dedicated, fully managed regions of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) that will be deployed in Vodafone’s main data centers that are managing its European IT and network operations. According to Scott Petty, Chief Digital & IT Officer, Vodafone, the flexibility offered by OCI enables the company to build a robust cloud platform in their data centers. This advancement will also provide the operational agility and scalability required to support the growth and diversification of the Vodafone business. Read more at https://tinyurl.com/ye27dmsv Telinta taps DIDWW to deliver a white label hosted PBX solution Telinta, a global leader in white label cloud-based switching and billing solutions for VoIP service providers, has announced a collaboration with DIDWW,…

T-Mobile US has begun offering commercial Voice-over-5G (also known as Voice over New Radio, or VoNR) in certain regions of Portland, Oregon, and Salt Lake City, Utah, with the intention of expanding the service to a larger area later this year.    VoNR, which is based on 5G Standalone (5G SA) network technology, is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G smartphone and will be available later this year on a variety of additional 5G handsets, including the Galaxy S22.   Voice over 5G represents a significant hurdle for the whole wireless industry, however all US providers will most certainly want to transition voice calling to 5G at some point in the future to free up LTE spectrum for 5G. Voice conversations via 5G offer decreased latency, lightning-fast speeds, real-time response and immense connectivity.   Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung and Qualcomm all contributed to TMUS’s voice over 5G service debut.…

3CX, a provider of commercial communications solutions, and Snom Technology, an IP telephone manufacturer, are celebrating their ten-year strategic technology partnership.    Both organizations collaborate closely in the field of customer service with the goal of providing their clients with coordinated solutions. Snom’s Research and Development group guarantees that all new versions and features of the 3CX UCC system are supported by Snom phones. Likewise, 3CX has provided assurance that future Snom phone functions will be compatible with the 3CX system.   Both companies’ offerings have always been built on the open SIP standard and have consistently delivered noteworthy solutions. Both are equipped with a wide variety of features with the objective of achieving a high level of barrier-free interoperability between their products.   This collaboration will create coordinated and inventive unique selling features that will persuade partners and resellers to use 3CX and Snom technologies in a UCC infrastructure.…

ORENcloud is a cloud communications company, with a mission to revolutionize communication solutions by assisting businesses gear towards digitization in adopting cloud communications to achieve agility, resilience and modernization. Organizations may benefit from ORENcloud’s hosted unified communications for a variety of reasons, including mobility, accessibility, flexibility, management and affordability. Hosted IPPBX, Contact Center, Ticketing, Helpdesk solution, Microsoft Teams PSTN Integrations, Unified Chat and Chatbots, as well as SIP trunking services are among the telecom’s solutions that help boost corporate efficiency and promote customer-business interactions over multiple channels. The VaaS (Voice-as-a-Service) and CCaaS (Call Center-as-a-Service) solution, enables consumers to acquire a complete set of enterprise-grade communications solutions in a single, easy-to-use package. ORENcloud SIP trunking offers high-quality, multi-codec and multi-connection services, with terminations handled by Tier-1 Local Malaysian as well as international telecoms with virtually unlimited channels. ORENcloud collaborates with these international partners to offer a variety of global…

 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…

Pure IP, a New Zealand-based international VoIP communication solutions provider, has launched its Dynamics Call Connect solution, which enables inbound and outbound calls to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service platform for a comprehensive omnichannel experience.   Customers can use Microsoft Azure Direct Routing to obtain numbers and external connections to enable inbound and outbound calls inside Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Service in a BYOC (Bring Your Own Carrier) paradigm.   Following the news last year that Pure IP was one of the first Microsoft Operator Connect launch partners, Dynamics Call Connect is the newest development in the Pure IP fold that strengthens the company’s Microsoft voice credentials.    Dynamics Call Connect makes use of Pure IP’s Azure Direct Routing as a Service offering to provide incoming and outbound calls for Dynamics Contact Center in over 43 countries, as well as inbound-only services in 137 countries, all from the cloud. Pure…

Snom and Dstny for Service Providers, a European provider of cloud-based Business Communication solutions, have announced a strategic partnership which will allow both companies to leverage their shared assets and expertise. This includes a strong European market presence, as well as their shared goal of meeting the demand for modern telecommunications with best-in-class solutions. The partnership with Dstny is an exciting opportunity for Snom to expand its presence in the vibrant and fast-changing European marketplace. Simultaneously, Dstny and its customers have the opportunity to benefit from Snom’s 25 years of experience, its versatile, high-quality products, and its local expertise. Dstny is the largest European-based cloud communications solutions provider offering a complete business communication solution as-a-service and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) platforms. Named by Frost & Sullivan as one of Europe’s most innovative UCaaS leaders, the organisation works with over 20 service providers and carriers like Telia, Tele2, T-Mobile and Dstny Group in the EMEA region, serving over…

As VoIP technology becomes more broadly adopted, the number of VoIP providers on the market continues to grow, each with their own unique set of services. The stakes are high when it comes to your phone system, and a misstep may have a detrimental influence on your reputation and business operations. After all, you require a phone system that is trustworthy, has the functionality you need, and can scale with your business – all at a competitive price.   Switching to a different voice carrier may be a challenging exercise, and it would be a waste of your time and money to switch to a VoIP service that does not match your needs. To make migrating to a new VoIP service easier, here is a list of the top 10 questions to ask your prospective VoIP operator. The majority of providers give a multitude of features. Many are included in…