Voice Over Intenet Protocol is superseding traditional telephony. SIP Trunks and hosted PBX are the future of communication.
We have proven VOIP design skills, and are one of only a few businesses that have designed and implemented a platform with direct access into the UK's core telephone network and 999 emergency services.
Linux Servers, Opensource, Relational Databases, Local Area Networks & Wide Area Networks (VPN, VLAN and Qos), Wireless links, Fibre links, Routers and Firewalls.
Our success is driven by the wide range of skills that we possess and the collaborations we have with many engineering and information technology businesses.
Information and Communication Technology diagnostics keeping computing and communications systems running. Telephony diagnostics from SIP server down to the packet level on the wire.
We have proven diagnostic skills, we are here if you need help...
Primarily operating in the Electrical Engineering sector we quickly found there was gap that needed to be bridged between conventional Electrical Engineering and emerging ICT technologies. With a unique view across several industry sectors, we started to develop ICT Solutions.
We were invited to develop a solution for a telecommunications company to interface directly with BT Openreach. We developed and launched a Business to Business Gateway and installed our first servers on the Internet to provide various services for our customers.
With over 28 years experience in the telecommunications industry with BT, we decided to use our wealth of knowledge of IT and telephony and concentrate on purely ICT related projects. The SIP Trunking platform design and build began.
With the success of the SIP Trunking VOIP platform, we were asked to work on a hosted PBX solution providing unlimited extensions, voicemail to email, music on hold, call parking, automatic phone provisioning, automatic fraud detection and much, much more...
Head of Canine Relations
Alison looks after all the boring stuff like accounts and invoices. If the issue is technical, and I mean seriously technical, Adrian gets to sort it out!