loader
  • slidebg1

    Connecting people,

    the Smart way

  • slidebg2

    Connect people globally,

    everywhere they are and provide the best quality and greate value.
  • slidebg3
    Our vision is

    to develope a winning network of customers and
    suppliers, together we create mutual, enduring value.

welcome to Smartelcom communication.

about smartelcom
About Smartelcom
Founded in British Columbia, Canada since 2003 Smartelcom registered as small business inspired to be great. We are proud to have grown with our business for the last decade!
To Smartelcom, a decade means a great deal of knowledge and experince through determination and involvement in the much astonishing IT world.
To find and serve the best customers through outstanding service and the most competitive value possible, Smartelcom became one of the most successful VoIP whole-sellers in its division.
Smartelcom is interconnected to Verizon, MCI, AT&T, KPN and many more Tier1 companies as well as well-established domestic providers globally. Exchanging millions of minutes of VoIP traffic on monthly basis as a result.
Furthermore, we offer hardware and software solutions for those who wish to start a VoIP business using top grade technology devices and solutions.
We consider ours partners as our only true asset and therefore we continually try to serve them to perfection.
That is the reason why our business is operated by professionals in all departments.
Smartelcom welcomes new ideas and appreciates the power of innovation and creativity. In fact we spend a great deal of time and effort to stay up-to-date and use the latest technology.
Recognizing the value of good partners, Smartelcom is continually looking to interconnect to new companies to explore opportunities to start a mutual lucrative business.
Our Partners

MCI

Verizon

iBasis

Primustel

Speedflow

Quickcom

Free BSD




Lebanon to be “totally connected” by 2020
Lebanese telecoms minister Boutrous Harb has revealed a five year plan for the deployment of high-speed fibre-optic broadband infrastructure in the country.

Manx Telecom appoints chief executive
Manx Telecom on the Isle of Man has appointed Gary Lamb as chief executive officer at the company, effective immediately.

Orange creates separate Africa and Middle East unit
Orange has established a separate holding company for its African and Middle East operations in a bid to increase its presence across the region.

China Mobile and China Unicom team up with Alcatel-Lucent for cloud transition
China Mobile and China Unicom have partnered with Alcatel-Lucent to advance their move to the cloud with ultra-broadband access, IP networking and NFV technology.

Bharti Airtel raises $1.3 billion from Africa towers
Bharti Airtel has sold its tower assets in five African countries for over $1.3 billion.

ANALYSIS: Apple to enter network infrastructure game?
US technology giant Apple may be looking to join the telecoms infrastructure game with news that it is considering the roll-out of its own high-speed content delivery network.

Masergy launches NFV platform
Masergy Communications has launched a NFV platform targeting enterprises.

NTT DoCoMo selects Gemalto for IoT
NTT DoCoMo has selected digital security provider Gemalto to enable connectivity for internet of things (IoT) applications.

MTN and ZTE launch IoT platform
South Africa’s MTN Group and ZTE have launched an internet of things (IoT) platform aimed to provide a dedicated network to connect devices and systems across the region.

ANALYSIS: OTT players pose major threat to A2P revenues
OTT players could pose a major threat to carrier application-to-person (A2P) messaging revenues, warned Thorsten Trapp, CTO at Tyntec.

ANALYSIS: Vodafone and Liberty Global: A defensive move?
In early June, UK mobile giant Vodafone set the chins of the wholesale world wagging when it confirmed initial discussions with Liberty Global over a potential exchange of assets.

CLOUD & DATA CENTRE SPECIAL REPORT: The ups and downs of Russia’s Wild West data centre market
The Russian government turned the country’s data centre market on its head in late 2014 when it announced its impending Localisation Law, by which the storage of the personal data of Russian citizens, whether held by local or international businesses, must be held in databases within Russian borders.

Cisco moves further into security with OpenDNS acquisition
Cisco looks set to acquire cloud-based security firm OpenDNS for $635 million as it aims to enhance its security offering.

Midweek Mergers: July 2
Capacity brings you the latest mergers and acquisitions in the wholesale arena. If you have any deals you'd like us to share, please tweet us @capacitymag or email editorial@capacitymedia.com

FBI investigates “coordinated” cable attacks in California
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is investigating three severed fibre-optic cables in the Sacramento region of California, US, in what looks like a coordinated attack, according to local reports.

Telecom Egypt to receive 4G mobile licence in 2016
Telecom Egypt is set to acquire a 4G mobile licence next year, according to the country’s telecoms minister.

Telenor and TeliaSonera reveal joint venture senior management team
Nordic operators Telenor and TeliaSonera have revealed the chief executive of their joint venture in Denmark, as well as the company’s deputy chief and its CFO.

South Africa sells 13.9% Vodacom stake to fund Eskom
South Africa’s government has sold its 13.91% stake in Vodacom to Public Investment Corporation (PIC) to help raise 23 billion rand ($1.9 billion) for state-owned utility Eskom.

ANALYSIS: Operators plan for 2G and 3G retirement
Operators in developed LTE markets are expected to pull the plug on their 2G and 3G networks by 2020.

EU reaches early deal to scrap roaming fees
The European Union (EU) has provisionally agreed to abolish roaming charges across the region by June 2017.

News

Contact Us