• July 15, 2016

Nexmo Partners with Amazon Web Services

Nexmo, a Vonage company that provides communications platforms, is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help AWS deliver SMS messages through Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS).

Nexmo has built a global networks of 650 carriers. Its proprietary Adaptive Routing algorithm routinely tracks millions of data points to immediately determine the fastest and most reliable route to deliver messages to customers.

"We are incredibly excited that Nexmo's cloud communications platform is extending the reach of the Amazon SNS suite," said Tony Jamous, president of Nexmo, in a statement. "Nexmo looks forward to working with AWS as Nexmo continues to redefine how developers build communications software to meet the growing demand for more relevant and engaging customer communication."

"AWS provides a rich set of services for developers for building mobile applications that are secure, robust and scalable – ranging from Identity, Sync, and Serverless Backends to APIs," said Simon Poile, general manager of mobile at Amazon Web Services, in a statement. "We are pleased to work with companies like Nexmo to help mobile developers to reach their customers effectively via text messaging, which remains one of the most popular forms of communication across the world. AWS is able to offer such capabilities through a single API, making it easy for developers to add such capability to their mobile applications."


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