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Mitel pushes back on incumbents in STIR/SHAKEN access debate 

Briefs | 02/18/2021 5:06 pm EST

Mitel Networks Corp. has delivered a blunt reply to incumbents over their approaches to implementing the STIR/SHAKEN anti-fraud-call technology, suggesting that larger companies are seeking “anti-competitive, uneven, and discriminatory” regulations.

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