World Telecom Labs

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    World Telecom Labs (WTL) is the provider of VoIP switches, pre-paid applications and signalling gateways for emerging carriers and telecom service operators. The Company's product range includes IPNx, a multi-protocol VoIP to TDM switches (SIP, H323, ISDN and SS7); SoIP Gateway, a low-cost SS7 to IP signalling & media gateway with integrated Softswitch & SBC; PVx, a SoftSwitch with full Pre-Paid, Post Paid, Callback, IVR and Billing.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1997
    HQZaventem, BE
    Websitewtl.be

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Apr 2021)12
    Cybersecurity ratingDMore

    Key People/Management at World Telecom Labs

    Benoit Bolsee

    Benoit Bolsee

    CTO & Founder
    Simon Pearson

    Simon Pearson

    Business Development Director
    Satya Mekala

    Satya Mekala

    Managing Director & Founder
    Plamen Hristov

    Plamen Hristov

    Financial Director
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    World Telecom Labs Office Locations

    World Telecom Labs has an office in Zaventem
    Zaventem, BE (HQ)
    42 Diegemstraat
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    World Telecom Labs Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    1997

    World Telecom Labs Cybersecurity Score

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    69/100

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    World Telecom Labs Online and Social Media Presence

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    World Telecom Labs Blogs

    Is MWC truly global? Or does it overlook rich sources of innovation?

    The world’s fastest growing mobile market is also a source of huge innovation – but this isn’t reflected at MWC. Is it time for a change? A recent article noted that Africa has become the world’s fastest growing mobile market, which reflects the sheer scale of the continent and the growing populatio…

    WTL adds anti-spam capabilities to SMS routing hub

    A2P SMS traffic is booming but traffic growth increases the risk of spam, which can cause significant reputational damage. Our new feature helps providers eliminate spam and protect their customers, increasing the differentiation they can offer. As part of our continuous evolution programme, we’re e…

    Collaboration is key to successful network sharing

    Network sharing can be controversial. Some objections are valid – but these do not undermine the fundamental role that sharing has to play in extending coverage and delivering connectivity. Network sharing has attracted many objections and it’s not hard to see why, as a recent article makes clear. I…

    Collaboration is difficult, but problems can be solved

    Network sharing can be controversial. Some objections are valid – but these do not undermine the fundamental role that sharing has to play in extending coverage and delivering connectivity. Network sharing has attracted many objections and it’s not hard to see why, as a recent article makes clear. I…

    Nearly half the world still cannot access the internet – let’s work together to solve this.

    Access to the internet has grown, but there’s a long way to go. What’s needed to help close the gap and bring the benefits of connectivity to more people, in the places where it’s needed?  Find out how we can boost internet access. According to the ITU, global internet access has passed the 50% thre…

    MWC reveals growing support for National Roaming

    The wind is changing – a groundswell of support for national roaming was evident at MWC, suggesting that national regulators are ready to embrace this key tactic. WTL has long advocated national roaming and infrastructure sharing. Find out the latest from Barcelona. While product and solution announ…
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    World Telecom Labs Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was World Telecom Labs founded?

      World Telecom Labs was founded in 1997.

    • Who are World Telecom Labs key executives?

      World Telecom Labs's key executives are Benoit Bolsee, Simon Pearson and Satya Mekala.

    • How many employees does World Telecom Labs have?

      World Telecom Labs has 12 employees.

    • Who are World Telecom Labs competitors?

      Competitors of World Telecom Labs include Dataprobe, VISIONTEK and Grass Valley.

    • Where is World Telecom Labs headquarters?

      World Telecom Labs headquarters is located at 42 Diegemstraat, Zaventem.

    • Where are World Telecom Labs offices?

      World Telecom Labs has an office in Zaventem.

    • How many offices does World Telecom Labs have?

      World Telecom Labs has 1 office.