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Nigeria’s Telecom Growth

In an increasingly digital and connected world, it’s become more important than ever that people have access to reliable and affordable telecommunications services. And in many countries around the world that access is still a work in progress. Telecom in Nigeria The telecom sector in Nigeria has been growing rapidly in recent years, with the […]

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Introducing 1Route Roundup with Jeffrey Ross

Our specialty at 1Route is providing telecom companies and their customers the freedom of trusting where calls are originating from on their phone lines. Even before the FCC’s STIR/SHAKEN initiative was implemented a year ago, 1Route and sister company, GBSD Technologies, have been validating telecommunications traffic across the globe and blocking fraudulent transactions in real-time. […]

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The need for Voice, Especially in Countries Where High-Speed Internet is Unreliable

In developing and emerging nations, access to high-speed internet is unreliable, scarce, and largely underdeveloped. Access to the internet is conducive to development because it helps connect people to businesses, jobs, and services that can keep them out of poverty. We’re examining the positive impact of free and equitable use of the internet in countries […]

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Global Companies Coming Together To Fight Voice Fraud: A Partnership With AB Handshake

With technology bringing businesses together and mergers becoming more common, businesses can gain a lot more by working together, especially in telecommunications. For the same reason, in a recent development, AB Handshake and 1Route’s sister company, GBSD Technologies (GBSDTech), have decided to work to end fraud together. Both companies have the same goal: to eliminate […]

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3G Is Going Away in 2022 — But Is It Really?

Do a quick search about 3G going away, or “sunsetting”, and you will find multiple articles that will tell you that by 2022 the old legacy technology will cease to exist. Is it true? If so, what does it mean to the end-user?   It appears that some of the larger North American Service Providers (primarily […]