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AB routing Today’s VoIP market is very dynamic. With new challenges arising constantly, flexibility of routing has become a necessity. One routing feature that demonstrates a shift in value from an advantageous option to a necessary one is AB routing—otherwise known as origin-based routing. AB routing was first introduced in 2016 when European operators implemented surcharges for traffic originating from outside the European Economic Area.

cloud To meet the requirements of today’s business environment, vendors are asked to add more flexibility to their arsenal of available tools. Speedflow is pleased to announce that MediaCore SBC can be installed on cloud servers. By adopting the cloud infrastructure, we offer MediaCore users a new level of scalability, mobility and hardware cost efficiency. The change will not affect MediaCore’s traditional high-level of productivity and security.

migrationA 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.

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.