Fighting illegal robocalls: Orange protects your voice business [USA’s FCC regulation]

On 17-03-2021
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According to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's new ruling on preventing illegal robocalls, as of September 28th, U.S. operators will no longer accept voice traffic from another carrier towards the USA that presents a CLI belonging to the North American Numbering Plan (NANP), unless that carrier is registered in the FCC's Robocall Mitigation Database.
Our security measures have been strengthened in accordance with this new ruling by the U.S. Communications Regulator and we are registered in the FCC's Robocall Mitigation Database to fight illegal robocalls and participate in traceback requests to get rid of this nuisance.
That means that U.S.-based telecom operators can receive voice traffic from us and that any non-U.S.-based telecom carrier that needs to send voice traffic to the USA can rely on us to operate in compliance with regulations.
We are constantly engaged in protecting operators' voice traffic and use in-house solutions developed by Orange Innovation, our R&D branch, to detect and prevent numerous types of fraud.
In particular for illegal robocalls, our Voice Hubbing solutions integrate AI-based protection using Machine-Learning to monitor & detect, 24/7, any corresponding threats to our customers' traffic.

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