Great growth for Anam in Africa
Mobile tech firm to sign contracts with four more networks
Dublin-based Anam Technologies expects to sign contracts with four additional African networks in the coming months after opening its first office on the continent in November.
Anam’s product helps protect mobile networks from SMS abuse and unwanted traffic, and also helps identify so-called grey routes.
Grey routes refer to messages sent to users via web-based apps that don‘t generate revenue for a telecoms company. Anam provides a firewall which filters messages on behalf...
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