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A Strategic Alliance announcement, PAIC and TCXC

August, 2022- TelecomsXchange (TCXC) is a Platform as a Service provider (PaaS), offering a turn-key solution to digitize and automate carrier transactions from buyer interconnection to supplier settlement. With on-going development, TCXC has been working closely with communications service providers officially since 2013 on monitoring and evaluating current exchange processes, creating and improving them to ensure a more reliable digital exchange between carriers and providers.    

TCXC and PAiChain have been collaborating for more than 4 years in various telecommunication projects and have now entered a new strategic partnership with a common goal of strengthening their Communication Platforms as a Service (CPaaS) offer. By taking advantage of PAiChain’s vast product portfolio and TCXC’s industry experience in carriers digital transformation, this alliance ensures high quality and fast delivery of various telco solutions.

We believe that this partnership will bridge customer facing CPaaS and the core wholesale network and produce a fully automated and tightly integrated turn-key solution that carriers need for years to come. In other words, expanding the definition of CPaaS to also cover wholesale customer & supplier onboarding, interconnection, settlement and support.

TCXC and PAiChain have teamed up to work on a shared objective:

  • Close the gap for carrier’s digital transformation with a single carrier-grade solution for offering partners an intuitive self-service prepaid-postpaid legacy and API interconnect, billing and routing for voice, messaging, and numbers using a single wallet.
  • Consolidating its carrier-grade Extended Products portfolio under a single and comprehensive prepaid and postpaid CPaaS offer tightly integrated with TCXC’s AAA (Authentication, Authorization and Accounting), structured in a business model adaptable for big and small communication service providers alike.
  • Expanding the current SMS-based services collaboration to include:
    • USSD
    • SS7
    • Geolocation
  • Integrating blockchain solutions into the existing telecom ecosystem, enabling services such as roaming fraud prevention and subscriber identity as a service.
  • Strengthening our commercial strategy, being actively engaged in identifying innovative opportunities for CPaaS needs to the benefit of their current and continuously expanding customer base.
  • Unlock new 5G monetization opportunities.
  • Strengthening our SLAs through the merging support operations and tools.

Through this strategic alliance,  both companies will strive to work towards constant platform innovation, keeping ahead of market tendencies, and expanding our product portfolio’s reach.

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What is Low Code Development ?

Low-code is a way to design and develop software fast and with minimal hand-coding. It enables skilled people to deliver value more quickly and more reliably.  Developers skip all the infrastructure and re-implementation of patterns that can bog them down and go straight to the unique 10% of an application.

What is RVD ?

RVD (Restcomm Visual Designer) is an easy both Low-Code and No-Code drag-and-drop visual designer that enables non-programmers to prototype or create and deploy telecommunication applications in minutes.

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How To CPaaS Enable DID Numbers?

How to CPaaS Enable Your Own DID Numbers ?

In this tutorial we go over how to empower  your existing DID (Direct Inward Dialing) numbers. Also known as Virtual Phone Numbers by API enabling them.

API enabling phone numbers basically means giving programmable functionality similar to (Twilio, Nexmo) which allows developers to build virtually unlimited use cases with these phone numbers, such as Chat bots, Smart IVR, Two-Factor authentication (2FA) and others.

By end of this blog post you’ll learn how its done using TelecomsXChange (TCXC Platform) and Restcomm Cloud.

Hosting Your Phone Numbers on TCXC

To host your phone number(s) on TCXC is quiet simple, your technical team just need to follow the below 3 steps:

  1. Point your phone numbers using SIP protocol to host: sip01.telecomsxchange.com port: 5060
  2. Point incoming messages (SMS) to the SMPP host: smpp01.telecomsxchange.com port: 2776
  3. Login to TCXC Seller console and upload the phone numbers and pricing you wish to sell at on TCXC. (Visit our Youtube channel for video tutorials)
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