Speedflow recently got in touch with CybizzTel - a trusted partner of ours and a successful user of MediaCore SBC. Saira Khan, the Executive director of CybizzTel, spoke about the numerous benefits that came after MediaCore integration into the business processes of the company. Impressed by the endless possibilities of the solution she even called it “a complete revolution”.
Tickets are booked! Speedflow team is going to South Africa in the beginning of November, where our delegates will be attending two major Telecom and Technology events:
- Africa 2017 GCCM – November 5-6 at the Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa
- AfricaCom 2017 – November 7-9 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
Traffic swap deals become more and more popular in the wholesale VoIP industry. But what does it actually mean and how can it benefit your business? A swap deal is the situation in which one company agrees to sell a particular destination with a negative margin, but at the same time sells another destination to the same client for a higher price in order to compensate a negative profit.
In the last two weeks Dubai was the meeting point for thousands of telecom professionals and influential tech giants. The reasons for that were two global events - Middle East 2017 GCCM (4-5 October) and GITEX (8-12 October). Speedflow Team had the great opportunity to attend both of them. Our delegates just came back filled with inspiration, new ideas and ready to share the innovative practices they have learned.
Speedflow Team continues its active participation in major Telecom events around the world. Our next stop is the largest Carrier event in Europe – Capacity Europe, that will take place at the Intercontinental London - The O2 in London, United Kingdom on 24-26 October, 2017.
Nowadays, it’s crucial for telecom operators to have more than just a comprehensive SBC with a wide range of routing features. To stay competitive they also need a variety of tools to analyze and optimize their business operations. Providers must process huge amounts of data in order to be well prepared and react quickly to the ever-changing market. The telecom industry is so dynamic that infrastructure needs constantly to be updated to make companies more flexible and resilient to market challenges.