SERVICES

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Today's organisations are looking for innovative approaches that address IP Telephony, fixed mobile convergence, data networking, wireless communications, and video services to derive the maximum business value possible from communications technology investments. Our extensive experience in these disciplines allows us to assess, implement, and optimize solutions that provide the foundation necessary to achieve this goal. We also understand the complexities of designing networks, architecting systems and integrating platforms.

Absolute Solutions Technology has expertise and experience in the following:

Local and Wide Area Networks

Network Management

Unified Communications

Wireless Voice and Data

Video Conferencing

IP Telephony

Local and Wide Area Networks
Local and wide area networks continue to evolve and respond to the challenges that enterprises throw at them. From bandwidth and performance to security and wireless, networks are the bedrock upon which organizations build their businesses. As new standards continue to mature and new services are added to converged networks, the network services organization must stay on top of the latest trends, add new capabilities and maintain higher and higher levels of local and wide area network availability.

Our independent networking experts can help you assess, plan and design your networks to ensure they continue to meet your organization’s constantly changing needs.

Network Management
If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it. With so much data flowing through networks, it is critical that you manage with information – and not data. There are so many options today for network management systems and it can be easy to spend too much or not enough on the right system for your needs. Absoteck has performed a multitude of network management system evaluations and can help you choose and implement the right long-term solution for you.

Unified Communications
A lot is being made of how Unified Communications (UC), presence management and collaboration will change how enterprises communicate and conduct business processes. While that may well be true, how does yet another revolutionary technology change the way you support users today and to what degree should it impact your planning for the future?

There are very few people who don’t love the concept of UC once it is explained (and, oh by the way, there appears to be as many definitions of UC as there are vendors pitching it). What’s not to like? Improved productivity, improved collaboration, device independence, it’s all very seductive.
Yet crafting the UC concept to an executable design and a solution that can be justified is no small challenge. Because unified communications impacts virtually everything – desktops, cell phones, servers, corporate networks, storage architectures, security policies, business processes, and more - it typically requires experienced navigation. UC is an exciting path to be sure, but a difficult one to navigate on one’s own. Absoteck knows this road. Let us help you navigate.

Wireless Voice & Data
The wireless revolution is not just changing how we connect to voice and data networks, but how and where we work. Over the past few years, we have seen dramatic improvements in the performance and security of wireless technologies, generating a wave of activity in this space. Yet wireless voice and data is a bit of a misnomer because the reality is wireless access points, repeaters and signal boosters must be wired! Absoteck breadth of experience in physical cabling infrastructure, wireless, voice and data make us a unique resource for planning, design and implementing appropriate wireless solutions.

Video Conferencing
If you participated in a videoconference anytime before 2007 or so, odds are pretty good you were unimpressed with the quality of the experience. Hard to set up, difficult to tell who was talking, choppy body motions, clipped audio, all were common complaints.

However, with the advent of HDTV displays, superior voice speakers, and improved cameras and control panels, videoconferencing has truly become a mainstream technology. Yet videoconferencing also has a critical architectural component that must be considered because this technology must be integrated into the room or space more so than with voice or data systems. Designs must account for lighting, acoustics, furniture and room size. There are a myriad of factors that lead to video conferencing success and Absoteck will be ready to assist.

IP Telephony
In the not so distant future, the terms IP telephony and Voice over IP (VoIP) will be misnomers, at least in the enterprise space. These terms suggest infrastructure, systems and architectures. It is clear the future of communications is software-based and hardware-independent, with presence services and unified communications functionality being available in many modalities. What device we use to communicate will be less important than our expectation that we can use any device we choose at a given moment in time.

So why is IP telephony important now?

Think of IP telephony as the critical first step toward that future, the foundation for truly flexible call control for users, enhanced user messaging services and presence management.

At Absolute Solutions Technology we never saw voice as just dial tone. It has always been more than a utility. How you design and achieve a vision for voice services requires equal parts business process, experience, technical expertise and execution.

 

© 2013. ABSOLUTE SOLUTIONS TECHNOLOGY
Site Design by AVANTVIEW