Nimbuzz is continuing its push for South Asian dominance with its latest telco partnership. The Indian messaging startup just announced a tie-up with Hutch in Sri Lanka, offering six months of free Nimbuzz usage to Hutch subscribers.
Today’s announcement is just another in a steady string of telco partnerships that the company has been striking up.
A new telco, Indigo Telecom, has entered the market to fill what it perceives to be a huge gap in delivering portable satellite phone and data communications services to rural Australians beyond the reach of terrestrial cellular networks.
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ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today announced a new Billing module for ServiceDesk Plus-MSP, which allows IT systems integrators and resellers to greatly simplify their billing processes for managed services.
Written by: Stuart Corner | Published in: StrategyA handful of the world's leading telcos, including Telstra, have got together to set up an industry group under the auspices of global standards body ETSI to look at virtualising telco network functions, presently implemented in dedicated hardware and software.
Telefonica today has announced a deal with Telenor as its first carrier partner to the BlueVia API platform — one of the Spanish company’s many efforts, via Telefonica Digital, to create new lines of revenue around its operator assets.
The 2600hz team took the stage at TechCrunch Disrupt today, launching its service for disrupting the mobile telecommunications industry by opening its infrastructure through a set of open APIs that developers can use to build out their own services.
The company is expanding to the cellular telecommunications market with technology that bypasses old-fashioned switching gear, a major encumbrance for