Providing customers with the ability to unlock innovation within their business
Symbio Networks, an industry leader in wholesale IP communications and part of MNF Group, today announced the go-live of their API (Application Programming Interface) Developer Zone. The API Developer Zone delivers the next level of usability for Symbio’s service offering, providing a rich set of telecommunications capabilities that can be seamlessly integrated into any software application.
Symbio’s API Developer Zone has been designed to reduce the cost and time retail service providers spend connecting their systems to a carrier. Now they can integrate Symbio’s suite of telecommunication centric APIs into their customers’ own innovative applications in a matter of minutes, freeing them up to focus on value creation and innovation.
The API Developer Zone facilitates customers to have plug-in service control functionality directly from within their own operations support systems and portals. This means they can manage accounts and create new orders without leaving their own ecosystem.
“Symbio is known within the industry for providing an intelligent voice network. While others are only now talking about APIs, we have been making them available to providers for several years – and the release of the API Developer Zone is the next evolution in empowering providers to deploy functionality and innovate on top of our voice capabilities. We are able to accelerate the developer onboarding process around integration of our rich set of telco centric APIs. The API Developer Zone rounds out Symbio’s support for CPaaS (Communication Platform as a Service) providers, by presenting real time information of our latest capabilities.” MNF Group and Symbio Chief Technology Officer John Boesen explains.
“The API Developer Zone is the single source of truth for documentation of Symbio Telco APIs and, going forward, we aim to extend beyond this to offer several additional services around testing, security vulnerability scanning of customers implementations and real time reporting on API usage.”
Current functionality available via the API Developer Zone includes number portability, new number ordering as well as emergency services (IPND) and address updates, local number porting and account-related information likes balances and usage. The enhanced number management functionality makes it easier for customers to manage their numbers and view their inventory. More features will be coming online soon.
For more information visit Https://api.symbionetworks.com/docs.
About Symbio Networks Symbio Networks develops and operates a smart communications network and software suite enabling some of the world’s leading innovators to expand their new-generation communications solutions into Australia and New Zealand.
Symbio is part of the MNF Group, one of Asia-Pacific’s fastest growing technology companies. Listed on the ASX since 2006, it is now twice the winner of the Forbes Asia-Pacific “Best under a Billion” award. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia, the company has over 400 people located across Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America.
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