Recently, Global Voice Group (GVG) announced its well-wishes to the telecommunications regulation industry. GVG looks to expand its international services even more by marketing its telecommunications regulation technologies in the Middle East and across the Asian continent. GVG offers business solutions in Interconnection Management Systems (IMS), Interconnection Border Control Systems (IBCS), Revenue Assurance Solution (RAS) and International Gateway (News - Alert) Assistance Programs (IGAP).
According to PRNewswire, GVG maintains that “[r]egulating the main segments of the flourishing mobile services market (voice, data, mobile money, etc.) will still represent a key stake for emerging countries in 2013. The development of the necessary infrastructures will further widen the scope of IP convergence. The pace at which the technological and commercial telecom environment in emerging and developing countries has been changing and growing in complexity will keep on accelerating. This accelerated evolution has a deep impact on the way in which regulatory authorities manage the issues at stake, such as fraud, Quality of Service, revenue control and the protection of national interests in a globalization context.”
According to the company, technologies for regulators include: transmission networks, data centers, monitoring centers, interconnect clearing houses, apps development, fix, mobile and IP traffic measurement, technology transfer and knowledge transfer. A host of services to regulators includes management across areas like billing, fraud, IP traffic, mobile traffic, and international gateways.
GVG’s commitment to quality service and responsible transmission of data is echoed through its business solutions. There remains a large need for data management across developing nations and countries where IP technologies are growing—a need that GVG aims to address through its global impact.
While the company is headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa, its operations are spread across Cape Town, Brazzaville, Accra, Conakry, Lome, Madrid, and Port-au-Prince, and its traffic monitoring and fraud management solutions are being used in Ghana, Liberia, Rwanda, and the Central African Republic, among others.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman