The volume of CC traffic is rising. The expansion has created many new opportunities for wholesalers and big telecoms. To seize them, they need a high-capacity softswitch that can handle large volumes of Calls per Second (CPS) and low Average Call Duration (ACD).
Carrier Community’s 12th annual Europe GCCM, the biggest GCCM conference, is just a few weeks away. On 10-11 February, over 500 delegates from Tier 1, 2, and 3 operators will meet at the Etc. Venues in London to network and pave new ways forward. Traditionally, Speedflow will be attending this important conference.
Technology has put a different slant on the way we communicate. To be obvious, we no longer require leaf-clad runners to cover hundreds of kilometers from one point to another to deliver our message. We have figured out how to turn a message into raw data packages, compress it, transmit it and expand it into the original from one device to another regardless of location and distance. Nowadays, we have many channels of instantaneous communication, some of which are evolving still, creating new opportunities for businesses.
CEE CEE is always an interesting event for us. On the 22-24 January, Speedflow will be visiting Opatija, a popular resort in Croatia famed for its stunning seaside scenery, for our events season opener. We expect to see many familiar faces there. Over 500 delegates from the region and beyond will gather to discuss new deals and exchange important information about the state of the industry.
A softswitch is a long-term investment, which comes with certain requirements for commitment from VoIP providers. This commitment is understandable and usually a good thing, except when carriers outgrow the benefits that their initial solution gives them. Then, they are faced with the thought of potential migration to another softswitch.