Telecommunications

South Louisiana Telecom Company Changes Name; see what it is | Business

More than two and a half years after Reserve Communications and Computer Corp. have completed the acquisition of Eatel, the merged telecommunications company is changing its name. Effective March 1, the company will be known as REV, a name that combines Reserve Communications, Eatel and Vision Communications, which was acquired by Eatel in 2012. The […]

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Modernization and modern technologies in telecommunications – why use BSS

In the age of digitization of many aspects of product and service delivery, there is always a need to keep up to date with technological innovations. It is a requirement of the competition, which can quickly leave behind those who do not keep up with technology, but it is above all a requirement of the […]

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Swarmio Media Announced as a Finalist for the 2022 Pacific Telecommunications Council Awards

Swarmio Media shortlisted for “Outstanding Applications Company” award recognizing the best “over-the-top” applications and services built on global networks The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is the leading global not-for-profit organization promoting the advancement of information and communications technology (ICT) in the Pacific Rim Previous winners and 2022 finalists include TELUS, SK Telecom and Telstra, China […]

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How blockchain and telecommunications work together

Blockchain and telecommunications work together by minimizing fraud losses, automating revenue collection and enabling peer-to-peer payments. Following its mainstream popularization in recent years, blockchain has seen a steady increase in applications, whether in the form of proofs of concept or pilot projects. While the oldest and most obvious application area for this technology is the […]

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UK Telecommunications Act enshrined in law • The Register

The UK Telecommunications (Security) Act has received Royal Assent, giving the government more control over the use of ‘high risk’ providers in networks, as well as fines of up to £100,000 a day for operators telecommunications that do not respect the line. In case readers were in any doubt as to the identity of any […]

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UK telephone networks to block fraudulent calls from abroad | Telecommunications industry

Phone providers are to automatically block online calls from overseas that appear to come from UK numbers, as part of efforts to tackle rising overseas scams. Communications regulator Ofcom said it was working with telecoms companies to tackle the “complex problem” and would introduce the new measures “at pace”. The Telegraph, which first reported the […]

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Mysterious Hacking Group Sneaks Into Global Telecommunications Networks, Study Finds | Scientific and technical news

According to new security research, a mysterious group of hackers has quietly broken into the computer networks of telecommunications companies globally. Buried deep in mobile infrastructure around the world, hackers are able to spy on anyone whose device connects to these networks, according to cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike. But little is known about the hackers other […]

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Webtel.mobi outlines why telecom companies hold the key to global digital currencies and CBDCs

The interconnected structure of the global telecommunications network used by the global telephony provider Webtel.mobi and the major multinational telecommunications companies has an unparalleled and unparalleled capacity for global operations in digital currency and equivalent to the global CBDC. NEW YORK, October 18 (Korea Bizwire) – Recently, there has been a lot of activity in […]

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Aerospace and telecommunications companies victims of a stealthy Iranian cyber-espionage campaign

A previously unknown advanced persistent threat group, likely backed by the Iranian government, has been quietly waging a sophisticated cyber-espionage campaign against aerospace and telecommunications companies since at least 2018. The campaign has primarily targeted businesses in the Middle East and, more recently, the United States, Russia and Europe. Cybereason security researchers who tracked the […]