Just a quick note that my telecommunication consulting company is on hiatus. My expertise landed me a real job as an Enterprise Account Executive for Frontier Communications.
I’m more than willing to refer you to a good consultant, just contact me via the contact page.
Most people realize MPLS and Fiber are emerging as the defacto standard for connectivity, but have you considered Metro Ethernet ?
Many telco’s are rolling this out as a new product, and it is great for business to augment or replace aging connectivity.
Best wishes this new week, and of course let us know if we can help you.
Are you wasting unnecessary cash flow monthly on your telecom and data services ?
How can you tell ?
We can help
We understand the billing and accounting processes as well as the technology aspect of the services. This combined knowledge, along with an understanding of industry trends and pricing, enables us to make informed recommendations for optimizing networks, and therefore reducing overall costs.
Our 4 Step Optimization Process:
- Interview – Understand your needs from your point of view.
- Evaluate – Profile your existing services (local and long distance voice, data, and wireless)
- Analyze – Scrutinize Billings/Services down to the circuit level and line item.
- Network Map – Create a system that can be measured, modified and re-designed to meet your business needs.
Our recommendations are offered for all categories of service in an easy to understand format using our proprietary Network Optimization Blueprint.
The Blueprint is developed utilizing a combination of telecom customer service records, invoicing, infrastructure, and, financial and contractual analysis. Its’ simple form allows our clients to review a complete solution provided in a familiar format that allows for an easy to understand picture of the telecom services being provided, how they are used by your organization, and whether or not they are cost effective. This comprehensive analysis and resulting blueprint allows ease in facilitating future expansion, contraction, or adoption of internet based business solutions.
With this customized approach, we accommodate every service you need to support today, and help you plan for future uses. This holistic approach and can solve not only today’s problems, but prepare your business to continue to lead into the future.
We keep your phone company honest
What is MPLS ? Multi Protocol Label Switching is a technology introduced to use the carrier’s switch fabric and forward your packetized information among multiple locations.
Many clients have asked, How do I understand MPLS ? Label Switching ?
Really this is simple. The individual IP packets are labeled and delivered to the location (IP) with the priority chosen.
A good example is a voice call through IP. The call is generated and the IP Packets are labeled for priority over the MPLS Cloud. Once the packets reach the router(s) they are labeled for Priority and traverse the MPLS WAN with the highest priority.
You can label each packet for priority or classify different levels of packet priority to make VOIP and SIP calls work more efficiently on your nationwide or global network.
We are experts wth MPLS, SIP and VOIP. Give me a call and I’ll gladly assist you in sourcing a rock solid network today.
Congrats to Centurylink for changing the landscape of the Denver skyline.
If you need assistance sourcing or cost containment with Century link let me know we can help you right away.
Have a great day !
Let us give you a helping hand with enabling your remote workforce.
Here is a great article on remote workers ….
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SIP … WHAT is it ?
SIP (session initialization protocol) is a buzz word around Voip (voice over internet protocol).
What is it ?
SIP is simply the ability to set up and tear down a call path over a data connection using QOS (quality of service). Why do I care ? Sip allows virtual movement of call paths from essentially virtual phone numbers that can be pointed to different IP (internet protocol) addresses. This allows the phone call to be directed to wherever and whatever device the person being called chooses.
Who benefits from SIP ?
Many users who mix multiple devices such as desk phones, cell phones, etc can benefit from SIP. In addition those who need an phone line and have a data connection but dont wish to pay for an added line can add SIP and use the data connection as an extra phone line. Who can use SIP ? Basically anyone who has a device capable of SIP on both ends of a data connection, and a data provider who supports SIP.
Call me if you want this functionality for your company, it is not as expensive as you think and in many cases we can re deploy other assets to decrease the overall long term cost to your enterprise !
James J Dimmer III