Over 2500 senior-level telecom professionals from 650+ companies worldwide will gather for Capacity Europe 2019 on October 28-31. Speedflow has made all the necessary arrangements and will be present. As one of the biggest telecommunications events in Europe and the world, the conference—to be held at the InterContinental, O2—will be a source of many fruitful and potentially industry-altering discussions about telecommunications, its latest innovations and ways of their implementation.
Carriers must be able to navigate the VoIP landscape without fear of having their security breached. Hacker invasions can be very damaging as they can cause interruptions to the normal flow of business operations and hurt the reputation of the carrier. With hacker activity on the rise in recent years, and the fact that most security breaches happen during off-peak hours, having a capable technical support team on standby at all times is becoming a must.
Outsourcing is becoming more and more prevalent. More companies use outsourcing for cost-effectiveness and simplification of the hiring process. This, in return, increases the market’s value. Grand View Research estimates that this market is going to reach $343.2 billion by 2025. Meaning that there is always going to be an influx of new opportunities for service providers and their partners.
One of the biggest telecom events is just behind the horizon, and we don’t intend to miss it. On September 11-12, leading-company decision-makers from multiple industries will gather in Madrid for the Wholesale World Congress 2019 to network and build new exciting business ventures. We expect to witness a ton of fruitful discussions about the present and future of the VoIP industry, and of course, a positive response to both ours and our partners’ best offers.
The line that separates success from failure in the VoIP business is often defined by the degree of efficiency with which carriers run their operations. Without trustworthy tools with automation capabilities, standard operations tend to lack a critical layer, which in turn means employees' brainpower is wasted on trivial tasks. A stable solution with functions that provide efficient time management through automation and shortcuts can not only boost profit for carriers but can stimulate and sustain growth in the long run.
With the summer holiday season over, the Speedflow team is ready for another round of networking, starting this September. At the start of next month, our team will be attending two telecom events simultaneously—the Asian Carriers Conference (ACC), to be held on September 3-6 and the GCCM CIS, September 3-4.
Fraud costs VoIP service providers over $2 billion every year. For a provider, real-time route monitoring followed by a swift response to suspicious traffic can mean the difference between making a profit and sustaining a substantial loss. Softswitch Revenue Assurance systems such as The Guardian provide real-time supervision and automatic, user-defined control of traffic, so fraud schemes are eliminated in their bud, before they inflict any losses.
Competitiveness in the VoIP market has increased in recent years. To face off the challenges and ensure growth, carriers have to make sure that their infrastructure is versatile and robust and their financial performance—stable. MediaCore gives carriers the means to excel on both fronts and is now available to buy on convenient instalment plans. The offer is valid until the end of September.
Building a solid network of providers and customers and acquiring good volumes of traffic is just half the battle. To extract their full potential, carriers should place a strong emphasis on the flexibility of their traffic and route management tools. Flexible routing gives carriers more freedom to set their targets and adapt their goals to the complexities of the VoIP world.