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FOSDEM Schedule 2021
Real Time Communications

How to build SIP3 based solutions or Wangiri fraud detection example

D.rtc
Oleg Agafonov
<p>SIP3 is an advanced monitoring and troubleshooting platform. It recently released a few very powerful APIs which you can use to build your own telecom solutions. In the presentation I will show how we used these APIs to implement Wangiri fraud detection service.</p>

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