Posts Tagged: billing


Reliable infrastructure is a highly important factor in the telecom industry. It provides a solid foundation that allows a VoIP provider to improve its services, develop its business and extend its customer base. Speedflow’s MediaCore Solution is a robust and scalable platform that can give a powerful boost to your business. Migration to the MediaCore is incredibly…

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Founded in 2004, Speedflow is already a well-known telecom services provider and VoIP software developer. The company’s telecom portfolio includes wholesale and retail premium VoIP A-Z termination services that targets transit carriers and corporate subscribers. Among its customers you can find Tier-1 national, global carriers, ISPs, corporate carriers and residential VoIP providers. Speedflow’s constantly expanded network includes points of…

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Juniper Research estimates that by 2011 the majority of all applications-related revenue will originate from applications delivered via applications stores. And this trend will continue, with the contribution of 4G (both WiMAX and LTE) giving subscribers the opportunity to experience better mobile voice and data services, via application stores.

Operators are only just beginning to realize that they have the existing assets to support their goal of launching an application store. By using the right avenues to tap into these assets, operators can fast track their venture into this exciting, profitable space.

There are 7 key factors that determine a winning application store strategy for operators.

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Kolmisoft, a creator and developer of all in one solution – softwich with billing and routing functionality, has released a free community edition of its platform MOR focused on the startups and entrepreneurs who are willing to start a VoIP business, the company announced.

The free version has the same features and functionality as the commercial edition, just limited to ten concurrent calls.

Running on Asterisk, MOR easily handles even 300-500 simultaneous calls on a single server, the company claims.

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