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    TeleA2Z free VoIP directory! Post your listing now! is sponsored by:

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    Tele A-Z is the progressive project of providing a reliable directory of telecommunications services to both end users and businesses worldwide, brought to you by the team at Clarovoz ltd!

    The idea is to have an open directory that fully manages its listings and reliability of its users! too often, companies come and go but their offers remain! leaving unreliable informationů

    As a progressive project, changes will be made to functionality and responsiveness on a regular basis and will be based on real world requirements!

    Clarovoz is a Wholesale and Retail VoIP provider and its workforce demands a reliable service platform! this is how we plan to stay on top of every industry members needs and make sweeping changes to the way we all do business.

    As a testiment to our commitment, we will be teaming up with other international directory services and together, build on the fight against inappropriate trading!

    If you run a similar Portal, Please contact us on support @ or using the contact form on our portal.

    Thank you for your time,
    Nikola Pervan

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    London Telecom Exchange Ltd ( LTEX )

    City: Windsor, United Kingdom
    Phone number: +44 1753 272095
    Contact Email:
    VoIP Provider URL:
    Services: VOIP Provider & Global Exchange Platform
    Hardware: Juniper, Cisco, Dell
    Software: Bespoke
    Regions of operation: South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, North America
    Payment gateways: Wire Transfer
    Currencies accepted: US$ / Euro / GBP
    Average traffic volumes (minutes): 1.000.000 - 100.000.000
    Listed: June 11, 2013 9:39 am
    Expires: 364 days, 21 hours


    LTEX is an independent trading exchange dealing in the long-distance voice termination wholesale market from B2B (TDM or VoIP carriers/resellers).
    The LTEX Exchange is a dynamically developing online trade system where you and your company are able to buy and sell local and international routes. Many satisfied VoIP service providers from all over the world use the LTEX services.
    Service providers with a wide range of customers and experience in the local or international market are welcome to join the LTEX Exchange and expand their service portfolio with complex VoIP telecommunication solutions.
    Last edited by TeleA2Z; 06-11-2013 at 11:35 AM. Reason: Posting free listing from our portal so people can be informed

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    City: London
    Contact Email:
    Regions of operation: Europe, Asia
    Payment gateways: Credit card, Wire Transfer
    Currencies accepted: USD
    Average traffic volumes (minutes): 50.000 - 200.000
    Listed: June 6, 2013 5:01 pm
    Expires: 360 days, 3 hours


    Selling Burkina Faso – Mobile – Airtel 0.21 USD

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    Yaband International (Asia) Ltd.

    City: Hongkong
    Contact Email:
    VoIP Provider URL:
    Regions of operation: Asia
    Payment gateways: Wire Transfer
    Currencies accepted: USD
    Average traffic volumes (minutes): 100.000.000 and above
    Listed: June 6, 2013 5:01 pm
    Expires: 360 days, 2 hours


    We mainly engage in the wholesale and retail voice business,as well as related software development and technical support services

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    Viber plans to bypass Mideast service ban

    Cyprus-based Viber Media, which runs voice-over-internet protocol (VoIP) communication application Viber, is exploring ways to bypass a ban on its services in three Middle Eastern countries by modifying its software according to*CEO*Talmon Marco, Gulf Times reported. Access to Viber is restricted by authorities in Saudi Arabia, the*UAE*and Iran, as countries across the region try to protect the revenues of state-owned telcos.
    According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database, the Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC) banned the usage of Viber last week due to unspecified violations of Saudi Arabia’s rigorous regulatory requirements, and the watchdog threatened to take action against any other applications or services in the event of failure to comply with the unspecified regulations.
    Stand by for new updates…

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    Perle releases PoE Ethernet Extenders

    Perle Systems, a global provider of advanced Ethernet over fiber and secure device networking solutions, today introduces PoE Ethernet Extenders. PoE Ethernet Extenders provide a way to expand Ethernet data transmission up to 10,000 feet over copper wiring and provide Power over Ethernet (PoE) to standards based PoE compliant devices.
    “Security cameras, wireless access points and even VoIP phones are commonly needed where AC or DC power is unavailable. Think about ceilings, kiosks, light posts and pipelines”, said Al Davies, Director of Product Management at Perle Systems. “Perle PoE Ethernet Extenders enable you to not only to reach these devices, up to 10,000 feet away, but also to power them over single twisted pair, coax or*any other existing copper wiring.”
    Perle PoE Ethernet Extenders are the only VDSL- based Ethernet Extenders on the market that have a built-in Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) controller that is fully compliant with IEEE 802.3af standards. This means it can tell, through signature detection, whether or not an attached Ethernet device is PoE capable. Competitive PoE Ethernet Extender products operate as a simple passive power injector and always apply power to RJ45 port pins. This will result in severe damage if non-PoE compliant Ethernet devices are accidently connected. Therefore, Perle has the only offering where PoE and non-PoE devices can be safely attached to the Ethernet Extender.
    In addition, Perle PoE Ethernet Extenders are fully compliant to operate as a Powered Device (PD) supporting end-span and mid-span power sources (PSE).
    Perle offers over 130 models of Ethernet Copper Extenders that can operate in commercial grade or industrial grade (-40F to 167F / -40C to 75C) environments. All Perle Ethernet Extenders use high-end components and have an on-board microcontroller to deal with link error detection and recovery. Perle supplies a Lifetime Warranty on all Ethernet Copper Extenders.
    Learn more about Perle PoE Ethernet Extenders.
    Press Information:
    Perle Systems
    830 Fesslers Parkway, Suite 108
    Nashville, TN 37210
    Contact Person:
    Julie Mc Daniel
    VP Marketing
    Phone: 1-800-46703753

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    Hermes Datacomms Scores a First in Myanmar

    Hermes Datacomms has installed a stabilised antenna at the customer’s worksite, an offshore rig, and linked it back to Yatanarpon Teleport in Yangon, where the customer has telephone and internet access. The service makes use of Comtech “ACM” technology to provide robust and efficient service within the local tropical climate. The service is monitored 24/7 from Hermes global NOC, and local support and site attendance is provided by Hermes’ service partner in Yangon.

    “Myanmar holds very exciting opportunities for the oil and gas telecommunications sector,” said Mohd Faizal Zainal Amri, General Manager, Hermes Malaysia. “Myanmar’s economic, social and political liberalisation has created enormous growth opportunities, Hermes Datacomms is the leading communications company currently providing VSAT services within Myanmar and there is huge potential for growth. We are very excited about this prospect; the development of the Communications Technology sector in the country presents further opportunities for Hermes Datacomms in areas such as wireless broadband and VoIP (voice over internet protocol) services.”

    Last edited by TeleA2Z; 06-12-2013 at 11:22 AM. Reason: Picture wasnt visible.

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    China Mobile Ltd. (CHL): A Small Yet Critical Step for This Giant Telco

    - A new VoIP and mobile instant messaging offering is now available.*China Mobile Ltd.*(NYSE:CHL), the world’s largest mobile operator, has developed a new application called Jego to challenge Skype, which was acquired by*Microsoft Corporation*(NASDAQ:MSFT)*in 2011. Jego, launched on June 1, mainly*serves*overseas customers, allowing them to make free or low-cost calls to mobile phones and landlines.
    What does Jego do?
    Jego, available on*Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iOS and*Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s Android platforms, can allow customers to bind their China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL)numbers as well as to subscribe to Hong Kong online numbers, whereas customers’ call numbers can be displayed and seen by the receivers. Jego also provides instant messaging functions, as well as video calling and multimedia-sharing functions.
    Jego is a small step for big trends
    Although most of the functions are already provided by other mobile instant messaging software, such as*Tencent‘s WeChat (former known as*Weixin), LINE, and WhatsApp, Jego is an important step for China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL)*to counter the trend shifting toward mobile instant messaging. However, Jego’s real competitor is Skype, offering VoIP services.
    Jego’s rate is competitive as compared to Skype. Whereas Jego will*cost*$0.022 per minute while Skype’s pay-as-you-go*costs $0.023 per minute (excluding tax) plus a $0.049 connection fee. Although Jego is priced competitively, it still needs to show it can beat Skype’s value offerings, enabling clear and reliable VoIP communication functions with strong integration capabilities. In essence, with Jego, China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL)*is trying to create its own presence in the mobile instant messaging and VoIP market instead of being consumed for its own traditional carrier services.
    What now?
    While telecom operators worldwide have been negatively impacted by growing challenges from instant messaging and VoIP services, carriers are finding ways to counter and capitalize these trends. Jego is a small yet important step for China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL)*to explore and adjust itself from the traditional telecom market. Skype, on the other hand, was acquired by Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)*to expand its enterprise collaboration market and to increase the competitive offerings of Windows Phone. Microsoft*needs*to stay competitive against Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s Voice and Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Facetime. Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT)*continues to*integrate*Skype into its platform and offerings, including (formerly known as Hotmail), as Skype’s revenue continues to grow.

    Tencent, as one of China’s largest Internet service providers, remains competitive in the mobile instant messaging market with its WeChat. Tencent continues to leverage its high traffic and strong content to boost its presence in the mobile end. Tecent’s success with its QQ, which provides a total solution for Internet-based instant messaging, is further expanded with its WeChat offering.
    WeChat has*grown*rapidly since its launch in January 2011, reaching more than 300 million users. WeChat is viewed as a gateway to mobile Internet, creating various opportunities for third parties, as said by Guan Peng, the CEO of
    With WeChat’s success, mobile operators, such as China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL),*China Telecom Corporation Limited (NYSE:CHA), and*China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited (NYSE:CHU)*are arguing that WeChat uses a lot of network resources and affects the quality of other services. WeChat is also eating into the revenue of text messaging and traditional voice services offered by telecom operators. It is easy to see why China Mobile is launching Jego to counter all these trends.
    Bottom line
    Jego may not have much financial impact on China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL)*yet, however, it is a sign that telecom operators are fighting back with fast growing VoIP and mobile instant messaging market. While China Mobile is*investing*heavily into 4G infrastructure, it is also crucial for this telecom operator to find ways to counter or adapt to these growing mobile communication trends. Jego is a good sign that China Mobile is waking up.

    The article*A Small Yet Critical Step for This Giant Telco*originally appeared on and is written by*Nick Chiu.
    Nick Chiu*has a long position in China Mobile Ltd. (NYSE:CHL). The Motley Fool owns shares of China Mobile and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). Nick is a member of The Motley Fool Blog Network — entries represent the personal opinion of the blogger and are not formally edited.


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    Reveal the Voice of the Customer with CallMiner

    - Finding the voice of the customer is a strategic maneuver that most companies hope to discover in order to meet the growing demands of customers that tend to change more rapidly in our technology-driven society. Listening and taking notes while a customer complains is no longer sufficient, especially as the platform of communication is more dense than ever thanks to innovations like VoIP, which has made calling services significantly cheaper.

    To further expand on the importance of speech analytics,*CallMiner*(News*-*Alert), a provider of speech analytics solutions, recently highlighted a whitepaper for users. Titled “Running off the Leash: Cloud-based recording and voice analytics will clearly reveal the Voice of the Customer,” it will help industry leaders learn how cloud-based recording and voice analytics can improve accuracy and reduce integration costs.
    The reality is that as the world continues to recover from an economic depression, companies continue to look for different solutions that will help them save, hence the cloud. Without having to pay installation or maintenance fees for the physical hardware, the cloud ends up being a less costly expense than a server.

    The whitepaper also found that “information is growing at a compound annual rate of 60 percent, and that this information flood (some say tsunami) contains only about five percent structured data, meaning the part of the information which exists in numbers or words that can be categorized and stored within a database. The remaining unstructured content may be in e-mails, documents, voice mail messages, text messages, video and other information sources.”
    In order to access and make sense of the immense amount of content that is available, companies must utilize speech analytics solutions so that they can apply the information to their business operations, as voice is still the number one way a customer conveys their feelings.

    Speech analytics takes this unstructured data from the audio of recorded calls, e-mails, chat transcripts, instant messaging and any other customer interaction and transforms it into data that can be analyzed. To complete these processes,*CallMiner*has created a step-by-step process, which you can*view here.
    According to CallMiner’s Voice of Customer*Analytics*video, 90 percent of all customer conversations are still happening on the phone despite the changes in the digital world. Even though there are about 2.7 billion words tweeted a day, in terms of data volume, this is minimal compared to phone calls where there are over 56 million hours worth of conversations, which equals to 420 billion words spoken a day.
    Despite the changes in communication, the only real way an organization can learn about its customers’ wants and needs is by actively engaging in speech analytics. To do so in an expensive manner, they can use the cloud as a place to store and retrieve this information from.*To learn even more information about speech analytics in the cloud, please visit*CallMiner.

    Last edited by TeleA2Z; 06-12-2013 at 11:23 AM.

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    Two Bangladeshis arrested for illegal call bypass

    Police in Kathmandu arrested two Bangladeshi nationals from Galkopakha for running illegal call bypass racket on Tuesday.

    The Bangledeshis identified as Anjan Kumar Sarkar and Mohammad Marukh were arrested from a rented apartment, which they used for illegal VoIP (voice over internet protocol) operation. The house belonged to one Pramila K.C
    Police also recovered 70 SIM cards, GOIP equipment, two laptops and Rs 50,000 cash. The two have been detained at Metropolitican Police Range, Hanumandhoka, for investigation.
    Earlier, too, the police had carried out series of raids, arresting several Bangladeshi nationals involved in call bypass rackets.


    Last edited by TeleA2Z; 06-12-2013 at 11:53 AM.

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