We love making telecom easier and scalable. This week we’ve released SIP Breakout, a new public API from Working Group Two. It simplifies the process of deploying SIP-enabled services, such as a PBX.
Our global mobile core platform is rapidly evolving. Here's what the team is building right now.
You’ve heard these terms a million times: Managed services and software-as-a-service. At first glance, they appear deceptively similar. You wonder, how are they different again? Understanding the difference between them unlocks a perspective on where the telecom industry is heading.
“Can I book you for a two-hour meeting so we can start sketching out your customer's journey?” This is not a question that a telco operator normally hears. But it was exactly this question that we asked the Head of Product at Nortel - a mobile operator targeting small and medium-sized businesses in Norway.
Vxt, a technology communications company in New Zealand, will be adding their voicemail product to Working Group Two’s marketplace. Their aim is to increase visibility and distribution with mobile operators on Working Group Two’s platform.
Voxist - a smart and personalized voicemail product for mobile - will be joining Working Group Two’s marketplace. This means that mobile operators on the Working Group Two platform will soon be able to make Voxist available to their subscribers.
At wgtwo we have been offering public APIs for a long time using major version zero.
They have been great for playing around with and we have learned a lot about what we actually need. So now its time to step up our game.
We are releasing our first production ready gRPC APIs!
For a company that provides an innovative solution across the telecommunication sector, I believe it is essential to have a web presence that effectively communicates our vision. This blog post illustrates my approach to taking the content of our existing website and transforming it into a completely new online presence, what it is today. This is the story of leveraging the Pareto 80/20 Principle to effectively portray wgtwo as the innovative telco brand it is.
As I was waking up this morning, I started surfing Reddit. One post, in particular, jumped out at me. In this post, the writer (OP in Reddit parlance) had been asked to take a personality test at work by a new supervisor. The OP was asking if this was something they should agree to do.
The responses varied. Some were mildly positive, but most were very cynical since this sort of testing can be misused by bad management. However, this got me thinking and, eventually, writing this post.
Think quickly: When was the last time you dialed into your voicemail to listen to a message someone had left for you? Chances are, it’s been a while. The common view is that voicemail isn’t popular any longer. That’s both true and not true, depending on how you look at it. Find out where voicemail - loved by some and hated by others - is heading.