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Tag Archive: deliverability

99.co Leverages Nexmo APIs to Secure App Registrations and Increase User Engagement

April 19, 2017 Published by // // // //

Despite having a population of just 5.4 million, Singapore is one of the top 10 real estate cities in the world. To help alleviate the pain of finding a suitable property, Singapore’s fastest growing property portal 99.co provides renters, buyers, and property agents with a powerful map-based property search engine to provide a fast and […]
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Nexmo’s Adaptive Routing Finds Its Way To a U.S. Patent

December 15, 2016 Published by // // //

What began as an internal optimization to enable Nexmo to deliver better quality to its text messaging customers is now a patented innovation. Nexmo’s proprietary Adaptive Routing solution for high-quality global delivery of text messages has been issued a U.S. patent (U.S. Pat. No. 9,485,169). It’s the first patent for Nexmo. Adaptive Routing is an […]
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SMS 101: Why Messages Fail to Deliver

September 23, 2015 Published by // // //

Despite being one of the most popular mediums for real time communications and used in many high priority and time sensitive applications, global SMS delivery is not always perfect and the distributed design of the telecommunication industry means that many different factors can intervene in the delivery of any SMS. In this blog, I’ll share […]
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Top 5 Reasons Your SMS Isn’t Being Delivered

January 13, 2015 Published by // // //

If you’re currently running a global SMS program, you’ve probably realized by now that the SMS industry has not been very transparent.  Each country and carrier has their own rules about what type of traffic is allowed and it is difficult to know the intricacies. Here I’ll address some of the main problems we encounter […]
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