For 7 years, Speedflow‘s MediaCore Solution has been meeting the VoIP and SMS needs of telecom carriers. The platform’s customer base is constantly growing as it brings unprecedented results. The MediaCore helps our customers to develop their business, with most of them upgrading their license in the first year after the MediaCore implementation. To maintain…Read more
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This summer Speedflow is launching a special MediaCore hot offer. It’s golden chance for VoIP providers to develop their telecom business and migrate to a high-class carrier-grade solution. Companies purchasing the MediaCore as a complete set can receive a special installment plan of only $1000 per month. The monthly payment is the same for small…Read more
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…Read more
Jeff Carr has been appointed CEO of VoIP provider SinglePipe as part of a strategic restructuring to support a market and product expansion.
Matt Phillips, who had been CEO, shifts to vice chairman of corporate development for the Kentucky-based managed services provider, while Cynthia Carpenter has been named as president and COO.
VoIP provider Vyke expects to see a strong performance over the rest of 2009 as demand for the technology remains strong despite the global recession.
While the company has announced a wider full-year 2008, which it said is due to acquisitions, it remains confident that the VoIP market is doing well.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US has cut the time allowed for wireline, mobile and certain VoIP providers to transfer a customer’s existing telephone number to a new provider from four to one business day.
The move will make it easier for consumers to switch voice service providers.
VoIP provider Vonage had a revenue increase of 9 per cent to USD $900 million in 2008.
However, reporting on its fourth-quarter and full-year 2008 earnings report, the company said it lost a net of 14,700 subscribers in Q4.