Here’s a roundup of recent telecom news we hope you find helpful:
We’ve noticed an increase in domestic telecom fraud attacks and attempts in the U.S. Would rule changes recently proposed by the FCC help prevent this? Read how it would work, and why it’s needed.
Google announced a new call screening feature for its Pixel phone to prevent unwanted robocalls. Here’s a review of the pros/cons of this approach.
We recently added jurisdictional least cost routing to ClearIP. It’s an easy way to save money routing calls. Here’s a quick overview.
Thirty-five state attorneys general have called for aggressive implementation of STIR/SHAKEN to provide their constituents with robocall relief. Was your AG one of them?
A telecom service provider’s customers wanted to stop the annoying robocalls, and the provider didn’t want to lose customers to the competition. Read how robocall solutions saved the day.
Will you attend BroadSoft Connections in Miami on November 12–15? We’ll be attending and exhibiting at this event, and we’d love to see you there. Please drop by booth 12 in the exhibit hall or send us a note to schedule a time to say hello and catch up.
We’ll have the latest info about our NexOSS and ClearIP software products to share, and we’d love to hear what’s new in your world.
Many organizations face a difficult trade-off between either detecting telecom fraud faster or reducing false positives. It doesn’t have to be that way. Request our new whitepaper to learn how to improve both at the same time.
We can help your company prepare for STIR/SHAKEN testing and deployment. Visit our website to learn more.
We hope you find this information helpful. Please let us know if you have any telecom management or fraud/robocall prevention issues we can help you with.
Donald St. Denis