The API, white-label cloud platform enables Coolwave to easily offer global numbers and messaging services to monetise the opportunity in serving enterprises, resellers, and the burgeoning CXaaS marketplace.
Telesmart.io, an expert in global number and messaging cloud technology, was selected by Coolwave Communications, a European provider of bespoke voice and messaging solutions, for its global number inventory management platform.
Telesmart.io is a complete number and messaging solution offering full control over inventory, providers and customers. Empowering users through automated sign-up, interconnect, online provisioning, functionality, visibility and reporting, the platform resolves manual inventory, provider and customer management with modular API integration to existing business systems. The cloud based technology solution automates the supply chain, reducing inventory stock costs, eliminating provisioning delays and transforming user experience.
“There’s some fantastic innovation across voice services, yet global number and messaging procurement remains a frustratingly slow and manual process. We’ve focused on automating the supply chain and are enabling Coolwave to bring order to their number inventory and serve Communications Platform as a Service (CPaaS), Over-The-Top (OTT) and carrier customers with greater agility,” said Neil Kitcher, CEO and Founder at Telesmart.io. “Coolwave recognises that global numbers are one of the building blocks for innovating in communications services and is using the Telesmart.io platform to streamline its approach and create new efficiencies in its operations. It’s a great partner and together we will continue to refine and evolve our platform.”
Telesmart.io’s platform has been designed to be easy to adopt, quick to deploy, and simple to manage. Purpose built by a leadership team with extensive backgrounds in serving the largest consumers of global numbers and messaging, the platform removes complexity and gives users an e-commerce experience when procuring numbers.
“Telesmart.io is filling a gap in the market with a simple and easy to use platform that enables us to serve growing demand for global Direct Inward Dialing (DID). The self-service model matches our needs and puts us in control of our inventory via a single pane of glass. As growth in CPaaS and OTT continues to accelerate, we’re adopting platforms, technologies and processes that enable us to move quickly and ensure our customers receive the best possible experience,” said Ronan Higgins, Commercial Director at Coolwave Communications. “It is great to partner with Telesmart.io and capture the growing opportunity in serving CPaaS and OTTs.”
Coolwave has provided bespoke voice and messaging services to carriers, OTTs, CPaaS providers and Anything as a Service (XaaS) platforms for more than two decades. It is part of Ireland’s Imagine Communications Group, a leading 5G-ready fixed broadband network provider in the country. Coolwave carries more than 1 billion minutes of voice traffic per year with direct routes to more than 120 carriers across the globe.
Telesmart.io empowers partners to rapidly grow new revenue streams, expand their product portfolios and serve more of their customers’ needs. Offering partners a purpose-built DID inventory management solution, it automates the supply chain experience across number and messaging services. The platform is modular, white-label and fully API-enabled for seamless integration into existing business processes and wider CXaaS solutions.
About Coolwave Communications
Coolwave makes it simple and efficient for carriers, OTT players, CPaaS and XaaS providers to expand their voice and messaging capabilities with tailored solutions. It bridges the gap between the traditional world of voice and messaging and the next generation of platforms, OTT services, and applications. Unlike a traditional voice and messaging provider, Coolwave is focused on consulting and collaborating with partners to create tailored solutions that address their challenges and deliver simple and efficient ways to serve growing user demand. Partners can seamlessly integrate voice and messaging into their offerings and deliver reliable, robust and optimised user experiences.
Telia Carrier Embraces Coherent Pluggables using Acacia’s OpenZR+ Modules and Cisco Routers
Telia Carrier announced today that it is preparing to converge their IP and optical networking layers to simplify their networks. Using Acacia’s 400G coherent modules that are plugged directly into Cisco routers, this architecture will enable Telia Carrier to address increasing bandwidth demand while significantly reducing both capital and operational expenditures.
Historically, scaling and operating a multi-layer architecture has always been a challenge. Thanks to game-changing innovations that span across silicon, optics, and routing systems, complex layers can finally converge into a simpler and more scalable architecture – Routed Optical Networking.
In preparation for this new solution, Telia Carrier has already deployed open line systems and terminal equipment that can support new 400G pluggable technology. As an early adopter of this architecture, Telia Carrier is one of the first network operators to perform full end-to-end validation of the solution. Leveraging Acacia’s 400G QSFP-DD coherent modules with OIF 400ZR and OpenZR+ operating modes, the solution can support data rates from 100G to 400G depending on the desired reach. The modules also support client n x 100GbE multiplexing functionality as well as 400GE transport.
“Conventional architectures and technologies built on decades of accumulated complexity and yesterday’s truths fall short in helping us keep up with customer demands for more, consistent bandwidth and a high-quality experience. Starting in the metro, standardized coherent pluggable modules are the next natural step in evolving cost structures, efficiency and scaling capabilities. This follows our global deployments of open optical line-systems and bandwidth-optimized switch-router silicon already powering thousands of 400GE capable ports in the network,” said Staffan Göjeryd, CEO at Telia Carrier
“Pluggable 400G coherent optical transceiver modules are important to enable service providers such as Telia Carrier to migrate to a more converged network architecture capable of enabling OpEx and CapEx savings, as well as a pay as you grow business model,” said Fenghai Liu, Vice President of Product Line Management at Acacia Communications. “Coherent pluggables, like Acacia’s 400G coherent module, have been designed to provide a scalable and cost-effective way to meet increasing bandwidth demands.”
“Adding support for pluggable 400G optics directly into mass-scale routing platforms allows operators to converge historically complex infrastructure into a simple, single layered architecture. The benefits – easier to maintain, faster to adapt, and cheaper to operate – are so compelling that we expect communication service providers to aggressively transition existing metro and long-haul networks to a Routed Optical Networking solution. This architecture can cost-effectively handle the projected traffic growth for the coming years while preparing to support the next transition to 800G or beyond,“ said Kevin Wollenweber, VP/GM Mass-scale Infrastructure Routing and Automation at Cisco.
About Telia Carrier
Telia Carrier solves global connectivity challenges for multinational enterprises whose businesses rely on digital infrastructure. On top of the world’s #1 ranked IP backbone and a unique ecosystem of cloud and network service providers, we provide an award-winning customer experience to customers in 120 countries worldwide. Our global Internet services connect more than 700 cloud, security and content providers with low latency. For further resilience, our private Cloud Connect service connects directly to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud and Oracle cloud across North America, Europe, and Asia. Discover more at teliacarrier.com, and follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
About Acacia Communications
Acacia Communications develops, manufactures and sells high-speed coherent optical interconnect products that are designed to transform communications networks through improvements in performance, capacity and cost. By implementing optical interconnect technology in a silicon-based platform, a process Acacia Communications refers to as the “siliconization of optical interconnect,” Acacia Communications is able to offer products at higher speeds and density with lower power consumption, that meet the needs of cloud and service providers and can be easily integrated in a cost-effective manner with existing network equipment. For more information about Acacia, visit www.acacia-inc.com or follow on Twitter at @AcaciaComms.
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Farouk Tabbal, eSIM Product Manager at Monty Mobile
Tell us more about Monty Mobile’s GSMA-accredited consumer eSIM RSP platform?
Monty Mobile instant connectivity platform provides over-the-air capabilities to manage subscriptions on consumer devices that are eSIM supported. It is an essential platform to digitalize the end-user journey.
There are a growing number of providers; 200 MNOs have already adopted the eSIM technology while almost all new devices have eSIM support. It has been predicted that by 2025, one-third of smartphone connections will use eSIM globally. Now is the time for all MNOs to support the technology as it comes with a wealth of benefits for end users and for mobile operators.
What are the benefits for end users and MNOs?
The major feature of this technology is that it allows the end user to have several profiles on the same device. The owner of the device essentially manages all subscriptions and is at the center of the experience.
I believe this is a big opportunity for MNOs to connect many more devices (wearables, laptops, tablets and smartphones) and to develop and diversify new service offerings.
Tell us more about the latest commercial plan at Monty Mobile?
Monty Mobile is offering a one-year free trial period for all mobile operators. The reason for this approach is to encourage the MNOs to adopt the eSIM technology by providing them the flexibility to test the product for a whole year with no contractual obligations and zero investment cost.
What will happen to the eSIM of end users if the MNO decides to terminate the contract after a year?
Actually, nothing will be affected, the downloaded profiles will still be active and manageable by the device LPA. Once the profile resides in the eUICC, it will become functional by the device’s LPA unless the user decides to delete the profile.
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Ontix & GlobalReach Technology Deliver Seamless Central London Wi-Fi Roaming for AT&T’s International Customers
Mobile customers of US-based operator AT&T (NYSE:T) are now able to seamlessly connect in London’s iconic Trafalgar Square, with the launch of a new ultra-fast Passpoint Wi-Fi network from next-generation wireless infrastructure-as-a-service provider Ontix.
Launched in early 2020, the Ontix Wi-Fi service is the first in Central London to offer Passpoint™ connectivity, which is provided by GlobalReach Technology. A solution to mobile connectivity and capacity challenges in dense, inner-city areas, AT&T is pioneering the use of the service to provide automatic roaming through SIM authentication for its mobile customers.
Using this innovative networking standard, overseas AT&T subscribers auto-attach to the Wi-Fi network using the operator’s Passpoint profile which has been installed onto their devices. The profile takes care of seamless user onboarding both onto the Wi-Fi roaming service and the Wi-Fi network and provides the benefit of free VoIP calls.
Installed on lampposts and street furniture assets with high-speed wireless backhaul, the outdoor Ontix Wi-Fi service has been successfully running alongside Ontix’s existing small cell wireless network since January, and is a key validation of Ontix’s hybrid Metrohaul architecture for both Wi-Fi and small cell backhaul in dense urban areas. The high-performance Wi-Fi service is fully available to the public and is set to be extended across Westminster during Q1 2021 under Ontix’s exclusive 10-year concession agreement with Westminster City Council, boosting connectivity in high-footfall retail areas.
Jeff Feldstein, director of Global Connection Management at AT&T: “AT&T’s key focus is on ensuring optimal connectivity for our mobile subscribers, wherever they are in the world. Through Ontix’s incorporation of Passpoint connectivity from GlobalReach Technology, we can automatically download a profile onto customers’ devices and deliver seamless user onboarding – both for Wi-Fi hotspot roaming and for connecting to Ontix’s ultra-fast Wi-Fi network. AT&T subscribers in Central London can now automatically move from the cellular service to Wi-Fi, and back again, experiencing high-quality, high-speed wireless service that can meet even the most demanding voice and data needs of our customers.”
Ontix CEO Thor Johnsen added: “The enthusiastic uptake of this service by AT&T’s U.S. international roaming customers demonstrates the value of Ontix’s approach in innovating this first for Central London, and the clear demand for ultra-high performance connectivity delivering through seamless roaming. Our Wi-Fi service is available to all UK and global cellular operators looking to maximise their coverage footprint in Central London, and seeking to boost capacity by offloading traffic from the macro network. Through our innovative approach, AT&T is able to provide its mobile users with exceptional connectivity and lower-cost roaming, free VoIP calls, plus seamless Wi-Fi roaming right across this popular tourist area.”
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