Today’s VoIP market is quite challenging and it’s not so easy for carriers to keep stable long-term growth. As per our research, these days, providers’ focus has shifted onto the cost-effectiveness of operations. Flexibility, security, and business processes optimization are also important. To offer growth opportunities, the vendor should have not only a consistent product development roadmap, but also communicate with clients and get their constant feedback.
Speedflow invites you to review our infographic and see the benefits of the MediaCore SBC routing mechanism. Review our file and learn what exactly differentiates our routing from other softswitches. The infographic shows how MediaCore users improve their user experience. They ncrease their traffic volumes, decrease NOC department workload and save their working time with our carrier-grade MediaCore solution. The numbers are based on the MediaCore SBC clients’ testimonials.
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.
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).
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.