Numeracle™ and NetNumber Partner to Provide a Comprehensive Trusted Entity Registry to Identify Call Originators

ARLINGTON, Va. and LOWELL, Mass. -- Numeracle Inc., the pioneer of robocall blocking and labeling visibility and control in the calling ecosystem, and NetNumber, the world's leading provider of next-generation centralized addressing, routing and database solutions to the global communications industry, today announced a partner objective to deploy Numeracle’s Trusted Entity and phone number data onto NetNumber’s Global Data Services platform as the Trusted Entity Registry to identify trusted callers in support of industry-wide efforts around SHAKEN/STIR and default call blocking objectives. 

As the only solution provider offering entities the ability to register phone numbers and certify the Trusted Entity status of their organizations, Numeracle provides a single path to proactively identify legitimate entities and prevent the improper blocking of legal, wanted calls across multiple carriers and service providers. The Trusted Entity Registry will expand the reach of Numeracle’s existing platform to identify organizations such as emergency services, schools, businesses, healthcare providers, financial establishments, retailers, resorts, charities, or any entities whose calls are not the intended target of the FCC-approved default call blocking ruling.

“With the FCC’s approval of default call blocking at the carrier-level, the need for such a solution to ensure legal, wanted calls are not unintentionally blocked is a matter of urgency and necessity for the telecom industry,” said Rebekah Johnson, Founder & CEO, Numeracle. “By carrying out our vision of integrating with NetNumber, we are creating the ideal vehicle for entities to register phone numbers and establish trust in their calls utilizing NetNumber’s expansive reach to carriers and service providers. This solution will enable the carriers to move forward with more aggressive call blocking tools while formalizing the redress mechanisms for entities who are erroneously blocked.” 

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