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Dublin, 8th June 2015 - Anam, the leading A2P (Application to Person) Revenue Assurance partner for mobile operators, has today announced the launch of its new Managed SMS Service offering for Mobile Operators. The new service is designed to enable Operators to monetise and maintain full control of A2P SMS traffic destined for its subscribers whilst harnessing Anam’s expertise to achieve tangible results within weeks of engagement.

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SS7 is a very sturdy protocol for mobile network signalling control. The layers are well-defined with exact procedures dealing with redundancy, robustness, alternate routing and load-sharing all designed in from the start. Noticeably absent from the specifications, however, is reference to security measures, perhaps signifying the...

Report reveals opportunity to capitalise on current use of SMS for enterprises Campbell, CA – Feb. 19, 2015 Mblox, the global leader in application-to-person (A2P) text messaging, and Anam Technologies, the leading A2P revenue assurance partner for mobile operators, today announced the results from a global survey...

The Inspiring Fifty: Europe initiative follows the tremendous success of the prior year’s Inspiring Fifty: Netherlands, a search to identify and showcase that country’s fifty most inspiring women in technology and business. Throughout 2014, Inspiring Fifty asked its extended network of professionals, journalists, and...

SS7 firewall launched to secure the SS7 network Dublin, 10th February 2015. Anam Technologies has today announced the launch of its SS7 Firewall. Reported vulnerabilities in access to the SS7 network involve unauthorised and undetected interception of voice and SMS as well as street-level location tracking....

Professor of Engineering at University College Dublin heads up board to drive technological innovation in Mobile Telecoms Security Dublin, 2nd February 2015. Anam Technologies, the leading A2P (Application to Person) Revenue Assurance partner for mobile operators, has today announced the launch of its Research and Development (R&D) Board to promote research-based technological innovation. Members of the Board, which is chaired by Professor Gerry Byrne, a Professor of Engineering at University College Dublin (UCD), will be responsible for all R&D activity and innovation for Anam Technologies in the mobile telecoms and emerging Internet of Things (IoT) markets.

Anam CTO, John Murtagh, contemplates gaps in SS7 Security I started my career in Telecommunications almost 30 years ago as a software engineer working on the design and development of the SS7 subsystem for the Siemens EWSD digital switch used in fixed-line and GSM mobile networks....