January 17, 2018 / Blog / posted by Preety Paranjape
Telcos have gained immensely from the revenue stream generated by the wholesale voice business for a long time, and then when there was a dip in this revenue stream, it turned to VoIP and embraced the very cause of disruption, again gaining immense benefits. Today, we see that IoT is becoming more pervasive each day. The interlinking of devices and...
November 23, 2017 / Blog / posted by Manasi Mulasi
It was not long back when we were talking about artificial intelligence gaining precedence, brain-storming over IoT or data driven operations. And Blink! It’s almost 2018. Here we are again at the crossway of time, comprehending the way ahead. We spoke to the experts and adjudged the trends that are about to sweep the market in the upcoming year. Let’s...
October 9, 2017 / Blog / posted by Manoj Jain
As the use of VoIP grows in popularity among global enterprises, providers looking to maintain relevance throughout this expanding market must take steps to ensure they are able to deliver the high-quality services many businesses have come to expect. As a global leader in offering retail and wholesale VoIP termination services, BridgeVoice knows a thing or two about call quality...
September 5, 2017 / Blog / posted by Preety Paranjape
Do you remember punching in messages on a feature phone with bulky keypads? There was a time when Short Message Service (SMS) was extensively used to communicate with friends, family, and peers. However soon, the feature phones were replaced by smartphones; short messaging service (SMS) was replaced by mobile and web applications like Whatsapp, Viber and Skype. These new age...
July 18, 2017 / Blog / posted by Manoj Jain
In the past, when most everyone used wired landline phones, call quality was high and static or dropped calls rare. When VoIP and wireless usage became more predominant, end users became more accustomed to dropped calls and needing to dial back. At that time, the tagline of a U.S.-based carrier’s TV commercial posed the question, “Can you hear me, now?”...
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