IF YOU weren’t already aware, there is a big change coming that all businesses need to be aware of.
BT announced last year it is planning to withdraw the ISDN telephone network that the majority of businesses still rely on to connect their telephone systems.
As a result, the telephony infrastructure that businesses have been relying on for years may need to be upgraded or replaced in order to utilise the replacement VOIP technology that transmits voice calls over the internet.
To ensure it is offering businesses the latest in technology, Stream Networks has entered a partnership with award- winning unified communications designer, developer and manufacturer SpliceCom.
SpliceCom offers secure, end-to-end business voice and unified communication solutions, for deployment in on-premise, cloud-based and hybrid applications.
In addition, the SpliceCom solution allows businesses of all sizes to transition their legacy ISDN system to VOIP, protecting existing investment.
Through this partnership, and using the unique relationship that has been developed, Stream Networks can offer professional and bespoke solutions to businesses of all sizes using an affordable pay-as-you-go model.
Hungerford-based business Fuel Cell Systems is one of the early adopters of this offering, with its chief technical officer Tom Chicken saying: “The functionality and usability of a SpliceCom system from Stream Networks is exactly what you would expect from a top-of-the-range telephony system, with the only surprise so far being the cost savings made.”
Matt Shanahan, managing director at Stream Networks, said: “Partnering with SpliceCom has allowed Stream to deliver a business telephone system that allows customers to make the transition to VOIP while reducing costs at the same time.”
If you would like to ensure your business is prepared, call Stream Networks on (01635) 884170 or email firstname.lastname@example.org