Category Archives: Applications

Prepaid Wireless in the United States

Prepaid wireless began in the United States as an alternative service offering for the credit challenged. Recognizing that up to 30% of all applicants could not meet their stringent credit requirements, mobile operators began aggressive campaigns to deploy prepay services … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Telecom APIs and the Evolving Telecom Application Store

Telecom API market will grow at CAGR of 26 % 2015 to 2020, accounting for $ 167.5 B in global revenue by the end of 2020 Continue reading

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WebRTC and the Enterprise Corporate Dashboard

Real-time Web Communications (WebRTC) provides the ability for a corporate entity to allow their employees to customize their own mobile experience via the WebRTC APIs while at the same time providing an enterprise interface or so called, Enterprise Corporate Dashboard, which is the interface for … Continue reading

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Telecom API’s

Telecom APIs capitalize on existing network infrastructure to create a vast array of business opportunities for carriers worldwide. In essence, these APIs allow carriers to disseminate a wealth of internal information or resources to third parties. What are Telecom API’s? … Continue reading

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Location Mediation for LBS Applications

Anyone with a smart phone and a data plan can easily obtain and use location-based and location-aware services. However, there are issues that come with that ease of use including privacy and a one-to-one relationship between end-user and LBS application … Continue reading

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