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Kandy Joins Project “CAMARA – The Telco Global API Alliance”

Project to address industry API interoperability in collaboration with GSMA and the Linux Foundation

 American Virtual Cloud Technologies, Inc.’s announced that its Kandy Communications business unit (Kandy), has joined the new, open source project: “CAMARA – The Telco Global API Alliance.” The global partnership will address challenges in porting and reproducing API services across heterogenous operator and cloud architectures. Kandy provides global carrier/operator grade white-label cloud communications services including CPaaS, UCaaS, CCaaS, Microsoft Teams Direct Routing as a Service, SIP Trunking services, and a rich portfolio of real-time communications APIs and supporting functions.

CAMARA is the latest project introduced by The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, and by the GSMA, a global organization unifying the mobile ecosystem to discover, develop, and deliver innovation foundational to positive business environments and societal change.

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CAMARA will help customer and developer ecosystems by developing open, global, and accessible API solutions with wide access to operator capabilities, allowing applications to run consistently between telco networks across different countries. In addition, CAMARA offers new opportunities for collaboration between network and cloud players (such as telcos, ISVs, device manufacturers, etc.) to address challenges of porting and reproducing API services across heterogeneous operator architectures. This prevents fragmentation of telco and cloud developers and enables faster, more versatile advancement of global portability and broad industry adoption of new features and capabilities.

A close collaboration has been set up between the CAMARA project and the GSMA’s Operator Platform initiative that is defining a federated platform solution for exposing operator network capabilities to external applications. This collaboration will ensure that developers relying on the CAMARA project’s API solution and abstraction will facilitate users across operator networks.

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“The availability of standardized, global APIs will be essential in enabling innovative services and use cases for multiple operator networks and service environments,” said Chuck Canton, President, Kandy. “These 5G, CPaaS API-based services will drive new revenue streams and will be critical to the future growth and success of this industry. With our white label CPaaS and other cloud communications offerings, Kandy is excited to support the CAMARA initiative.”

“We are thrilled to enter into this next chapter of collaboration with the GSMA and technology partners like Kandy,” said Arpit Joshipura, general manager, Networking, Edge and IoT, the Linux Foundation. “By harnessing existing open-source communities within CNCF, LF Networking, LF Edge and aligning to GSMA’s OPG industry requirements, we are poised to address current challenges in API accessibility.”

CAMARA is supported by leading industry organizations, including: AT&T, Capgemini, Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson, Google Cloud, GSMA, IBM, Intel, Kandy, KDDI, Microsoft, MobiledgeX, Nokia, Orange, NGNM, Scenera, T-Mobile US, TIM, Telefonica, TELUS, The Linux Foundation and Vodafone.

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