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Promoted | Telviva is constantly pioneering new and better ways to leverage the benefits of the cloud to create tools that enable seamless engagements.
The spectrum made available recently by communications regulator was long overdue and is needed to unleash the promise of 5G in South Africa.
Promoted | The mobile workforce is underpinned by building a runway to the cloud based on synchronicity.
Promoted | Artificial intelligence and machine learning are useful tools in a war chest to improve a host of processes, not least customer service, say leading executives in South Africa.
Promoted | As communications channels continue to evolve, businesses that wish to remain relevant must make provision for them in a single interface, then use them to their competitive advantage, writes Telviva’s Rob Lith.
Promoted | Businesses are starting to appreciate that the effective and compliant recording of conversations has evolved from humble beginnings into a strategy to provide a strategic business advantage.
Promoted | Even though the global hosted PBX market was expected to grow by $7.6-billion between 2019 and 2025, the pandemic will likely result in an even higher adoption.
Recent events are evidence of unprecedented pressure on mobile network operators to lower their prices. Yet a sober analysis reveals that the networks are really their own worst enemies, and can turn their fortunes around by simply lowering prices. The latest proposed cuts in the mobile termination (interconnection) rates are the most
Holding out for cuts in wholesale mobile termination rates to lower the extortionate cost of mobile communication in SA is a sure recipe for disappointment. If you want to see action, you have to look for a more direct intervention. Mobile termination rates are the tip of the iceberg that makes up SA’s mobile call cost structure. According to AfricaNext Research, the differential between peak on-network and off-network airtime prices is less than 20%.