Dear Friends and Business Partners, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you. We are happy to share the journey with you! This past year we did so many things together. Flew tens of thousands of miles to meet at conferences on every continent. We traded VoIP and SMS routes and exchanged over 100 million minutes each month - think of all the people we have helped connect!
We value our cooperation with our partners and are always happy to receive their feedback. Today, we had a chance to speak with Shiva Ranjan, Carrier Relations Manager at Voicetec. The company has been using MediaCore SMS since January 2019. After almost a year of successful cooperation, we approached them to ask about their impressions on the platform so far. We really appreciate the suggestions they gave us and will consider them when devising our roadmap for future updates.
New release is out! Speedflow Team is delighted to share visual presentation of the latest upgrades implemented into the softswitch. MediaCore v. 4.7 opens new business horizons. The upgraded Softswitch gives carriers the smoothest and most flexible experience in managing their Voice and SMS affairs.
We are delighted to announce that last night Speedflow Communications won its first Capacity award at the Messaging and SMS World conference in London. The award for Best SMS Aggregation Tool was presented to Denitsa Uzunova, Head of SMS, for our MediaCore SMS platform. We are grateful to Capacity for receiving this recognition and for hosting such a great conference. Event, where many new opportunities for growth are available for all attending companies.
In today’s digitalised world, business growth is often reliant on technological capacity. For SMS carriers, in particular, a large chunk of this capacity for business growth is provided by their softswitch. This is why it is important to have the right one, else a lot of available opportunities would be passed. To cover the full spectrum of business opportunities in the SMS sector, carriers should rely on a softswitch that supports multiple protocols.