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How to prevent fraud in VoIP with The Guardian? One of the most important aspects of telecom business success nowadays is network security. In the context of VoIP, fraud is defined as the unauthorized use of paid communication services by someone other than the intended recipient, whether that recipient is the service provider or the customer. It's possible that this might cost your business a lot of money that you might not be able to recover. Therefore, a system that automatically identifies fraud schemes and saves losses is essential.  

Boost your VoIP businessSpeedflow offers you MediaCore Mentor Programme 2022 to help kick-start your business in the VoIP industry. Fortunately, our experience allows us to provide you with the opportunity to get first-hand insights and resources into the rapidly changing world of telecommunications. We can and will equip you with the proper outlook and offer vital professional insights to contribute to skill development and support the growth of your company, so you can tackle the world with confidence.

The right Softswitch for your business needsThe VoIP sector is expanding, and there are several types of VoIP solutions available to keep businesses going. One of the truly essential solutions in this spectrum of too many alternatives is the Class 4 Softswitch solution. Evidently, Class 4 Softswitch solutions are available in a variety of configurations and the feature set varies, depending on the vendor.    

Speedflow is dedicated to bringing technology to market to spur cross-industry innovations and create solutions that improve people's lives. Our powerful VoIP and SMS solutions are designed to untangle the knot by freeing up finances and time for Wholesale Carriers to devote to company growth. They enhance overall efficiency, create new income streams, automate business procedures, and give invaluable analytical tools to help carriers of all sizes expand their reach.

MediaCore helps emerging companies to enter the marketA key premise for success in VoIP industry is setting up an infrastructure capable of covering the full scope of a business vision. Most of VoIP and SMS start-ups should ask themselves few questions regarding their first class 4 softswitch. What infrastructure will help emerging companies enter the market and sustain consistent business growth? Will it enable them to shift direction easily to respond to industry changes? Here you can review our practical tips, based on real use cases of our loyal customers.

MediaCore TranscodingVoIP protocols are a group of technologies that make calls possible over the internet in the form of data packets sent from one IP to another. A variety of protocols have been developed to serve different purposes, from transmission of voice calls to sending of fax messages and SMS. Several VoIP protocols, such as SIP and H.323, are the dominant choice today. To cover all requirements of the VoIP business, it is a good practice to use a softswitch that supports multiple protocols and codecs and can convert them.  Such softswitches do not limit carriers to establish networks which consist of any type of traffic and destinations  geography.

financial reliefSpeedflow values MediaCore partners and understands how the current COVID-19 scare may be creating an environment of uncertainty that is restricting further expansion and traffic volume growth. To help our partners remain proactive under the current conditions, we are pleased to inform you that we have developed a MediaCore financial relief purchase plan that can help carriers expand infrastructure without risk.

a2p messaging platformTechnology 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.

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.