Telecom Review presents an exclusive Twimbit report detailing insights into the performance of the four leading cloud service providers during the second quarter of 2023. This report is the first in a five-part series — a comprehensive collection of insights and analyses designed to provide a deep understanding of various subjects.

Read more: Innovation by the Numbers: Cloud Giants' Revenue Soars in Q2 2023

Due to the rise of robocalls and fraudulent schemes, the majority of consumers have chosen not to pick up calls from unfamiliar numbers. To tackle this issue, businesses are embracing branded calling services, wherein they invest in associating their identity with a specific phone number, enabling recipients to recognize the authenticity of the caller.

Read more: Is It A Call You Want to Answer?

MEF, a global industry association of network, cloud, security and technology providers accelerating enterprise digital transformation, announced that the Global Network-as-a-Service Event (GNE) will feature world-class speakers who will discuss the latest advancements of secure Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) offerings delivered across an automated ecosystem of suppliers. GNE takes place on October 2-4, 2023 in Dallas, Texas.

Read more: MEF GNE Speaker Lineup Features Senior Industry Executives

Access to fast, dependable and reasonably priced Internet and wireless services stands as a crucial requirement for the people of Canada. This is why the Canadian government is persistently working to open up additional spectrum resources, aiming to enhance the quality, coverage and affordability of telecommunications services.

Read more: Canada Releases Spectrum Outlook for 2023-2027

The Federal Communications Commission is seeking public comment on a proposal to create the first-ever voluntary cybersecurity labeling program that would provide consumers with clear information about the security for connected smart devices.

Read more: FCC Proposes US Cyber Trust Mark for Connected Smart Devices

When Fiber Connect first started planning Fiber Connect 2023, Fiber Connect had one goal in mind – to ensure that the possibilities created by fiber broadband were front and center. Over the years, we’ve discussed the economic impact fiber broadband can have on communities, including the ability to raise local GDP, increase home prices, and impact local services. So, this year Fiber Connect wanted to highlight how markets have leveraged fiber broadband to deliver innovation and create disruption. While everyone knows the role the network played in Netflix’s ability to disrupt the entertainment industry, this is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

Read more: Fiber Connect 2023 Preview - Disruption Ahead!

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