Open Source

Building a SIP Registrar with Jambonz

Introduction

Since inception of the TelecomsXChange (TCXC) platform, it was designed for wholesale communication service providers that did not require SIP registration to send traffic, so we never had the need to add SIP Registrar to the SIP Stack. Recently, two of our enterprise customers had change in their infrastructure and no longer will be able to send traffic from without SIP registration, so they asked us to enable SIP registration for them on TCXC platform.

To deal with this request we had two choices here:

1- Add a SIP registrar module to the TCXC Platform.

2- Say no to the customer and let them go.

We really did not want to deal with adding SIP registration module to the platform for several security and performance reasons, but at the same time we did not want to say no to our customers. But still needed a way to serve them without the overhead of adding SIP Registrar to the platform.

To solve this, we thought what if we can move SIP registration to the edge using CPaaS and simply route the customer calls to TCXC for completion using a SIP trunk between CPaaS and TCXC.

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Dave Horton, creator of jambonz open-source CPaaS demonstrates how to get up and running with TCXC and jambonz.

Dave Horton, the creator of jambonz, an open-source CPaaS project with bring your own everything, in the below video to Dave demonstrates to #TADHack21 developers how get up and running with jambonz and TelecomsXChange (TCXC).

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TelecomsXChange (TCXC) a Founding Member of the API3 Alliance, To Offer First-Party Oracle Services on Web3.0

TelecomsXChange (TCXC) a founding Member of the API3 Alliance, To Offer First-Party Oracle Services on Web3

Leading Web API provider to provide data and services to the next generation of decentralized applications via Airnode

Miami, Florida– August 10, 2021 — TCXC, a leading Telecom digital transformation solution provider today joined with API3, a “first-party oracle” solution empowering data providers to offer APIs directly to Web3 applications, to launch the API3 Alliance 2. The API3 Alliance represents a strategic coalition of API providers who believe that we should be able to share the same data and services we currently offer to web applications directly to Web3 consumers, without having to rely on third-party middlemen. Traditionally, APIs have been forced to either build their own facilities or pay external oracle operators to implement the middleware necessary to make their data and services compatible with the blockchain. API3 offers the tools and individualized support to our growing community — already more than 100 API providers — to go direct to the consumers of our APIs on Web3.

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How to add 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) to Apps in 2 Simple Steps!

2FA tutorial for developers

This tutorial will walk you through the steps of setting up your own two-factor authentication service in two simple steps.

1. We send the user the Verification Code

User receives the one-time PIN code via SMS, gets back to your application and enters it in order to complete the verification process. Verifying the code is simple and requires basic authorization that includes your account SID and auth token

2. Verify User Entered the correct Verification Code:

Having trouble adding 2FA to your mobile or web application ? Contact support@telecomsxchange.com for free help.

Twilio White-label

Twilio White-label

There is no doubt that Twilio has done a great job marketing CPaaS (Communication Platform as a Service) APIs and SDKs to the developer community and has went from a startup all the way to IPO .

Many apps and services that we relay on today such as ride-sharing apps like Uber and features like two-step verification when accessing our emails and web pages are mostly powered by CPaaS APIs like Twilio.

The Problem

Service Providers want to add CPaaS APIs to their offering, however almost every CPaaS Provider out there (Twilio,Nexmo, Plivo) are  not offering this in order to get the customers directly bypassing the CSPs (Communication Service Providers), they are competing in the market by either slightly less pricing, faster support and other factors  and trying to win the developers attention in order to win the API stickiness into their apps and win the traffic (Voice, SMS, Lookup…).

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