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Wednesday, 29 June 2016 08:44

Cloud PBX Solutions

Cloud PBX Solutions

No Fixed Contracts.  No Expensive Hardware Rentals.  Just an affordable month-to-month contract




Wednesday, 29 June 2016 07:26



Voice Over Internet Protocol, or in more common terms phone service over the Internet. If you have a reasonable quality Internet connection you can get phone service delivered through your Internet connection instead of from your local phone company. -


PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange, which is a private telephone network used within a company or organization. The users of the PBX phone system can communicate within their company or organization and the outside world, using different communication channels like Voice over IP, ISDN or analog. A PBX also allows you to have more phones than physical phone lines (PTSN) and allows free calls between users. It also provides features like transfers, voicemail, call recording, interactive voice menus (IVRs) and ACD call queues.

PBX phone systems are available as Hosted or Virtual solutions (sometimes also called Centrix), and as inhouse solutions to be used on your own hardware.

PBX phone systems are usually much more flexible than proprietary systems, as they are using open standards and interfaces. Modern PBX phone systems are based on standard hardware, which is cheaper and can easier be replaced than a closed systems.

Hosted PBX

Hosted PBX is a service where the call platform and PBX features are hosted at the service provider location. The business end users connect via IP to the provider for voice service.

Unlike a traditional PBX, or Private Branch Exchange, which requires a large investment and ongoing maintenance and training, a hosted PBX is a cloud-based PBX system accessible via an IP network. Rather than being responsible for hardware, software, training, maintenance, and more, a hosted PBX provider takes care of it all. In addition to being completely managed off-site, resulting in no IT or installation costs, a hosted PBX system also provides businesses with the ability to manage their phone systems via a user-friendly control panel. For these reasons and more, hosted PBX systems are becoming increasingly popular solutions for today’s growing small to medium-sized business owners.

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  • Initial Cost Savings: No initial up-front cost for the Hosted Virtual PBX.
  • Ongoing Cost Savings: No monthly maintenance fees on the Hosted Virtual PBX.
  • Cheaper Calls: Call rates on our cloud PBX platform are often cheaper than traditional call rates.
  • Local Presence: Hosted Virtual PBX systems allow you to get local virtual numbers in cities where you are not physically located which gives clients the impression of a global company.
  • Scalability: Add or remove extensions whenever needed with our Hosted Virtual PBX.
  • Flexibility: Our Hosted Virtual PBX service automatically adapts to your changing needs.
  • Quick Setup: We can have you up-and-running within hours of signup.
  • Geographic Flexibility: Your employees can be based anywhere in the world and calls are routed as though they are in the building with our Hosted Virtual PBX.
  • User-friendly: You get your own reporting platform to monitor usage.
  • Credibility: Small businesses can now afford to have the same features as enterprise clients, impressing your clients with our Hosted Virtual PBX.
  • Only Pay For What You Use: Hosted Virtual PBX doesn’t lock you into long-term contracts, and we make it easy to downsize, freeze or even cancel with 30-day's notice.
  • Free Inter-branch Phone Calls: If you have our Hosted Virtual PBX in your geographic branches,you can make and receive calls between the branches for free!
Monday, 27 June 2016 14:30

How Does it Work?

Our Hosted Virtual PBX solution consists of on-site IP handsets that work over your existing Internet connection or a dedicated LTE connection (recommended).  The handsets are controlled and linked via our Hosted Virtual PBX.  You get a phone number (or we can transfer any existing number to the service) and you provide us with the requirements you have when your users make or receive calls.  All you need is the handsets and a wired network with LTE coverage.  We can provide all three of these and will quote accordingly when we come to do a demo at your premises

Monday, 27 June 2016 13:38

Our Cloud PBX is Different

Unlike traditional on-site PBXs, our cloud-hosted PBX solution offers a low monthly fee with no massive upfront PBX server costs or long-term rental agreements.  With our solution you can be up-and-running in a matter of days with a fully functional PBX system that requires no maintenance or on-site support.  You get to keep your existing number and move over to our platform that provides the same features as an enterprise-grade PABX system.  What's more we will come out to you to do a demo of the system in operation before you make a decision.  Our contracts are month-to-month and can be cancelled at any time.  Contact us today to book a demo of our cloud PBX platform at your premises.  We also offer pre-paid or post-paid debit orders for your hosting fees and minutes.

Our Cloud PBX Service has minimal setup costs, and it only takes a few hours to configure. You’ll never have to worry about purchasing expensive hardware again, and getting stuck with the wrong PBX System will be a thing of the past.  We also offer handset rentals.

Monday, 27 June 2016 09:33

Complete Control

Complete Control

Live Usage Reporting.  Call Rules.  Call Routing and Hunting




Yealink VOIP Handset

Monday, 27 June 2016 08:48

Advanced Functionality

Advanced Features

Get all the features of an on-site PBX for one low monthly fee




Yealink VOIP Handset

As computer network installers, we advise our clients based on their specific network requirements.  1000Mbps is currently the standard speed for new computer network installations but many clients with older 100mbps networks will find that the speed provided is perfect for their needs.  If you find that your network is running slow our computer network installers can analyse the traffic flow on your network and propose a solution to address your specific requirements.  We look at the following areas in particular:

  • Switches: are the computer network switches the correct type based on the application, i.e. does the client require a managed or unmanaged switch?  Are the current switches rated to the correct speed and are they from a trusted manufacturer?
  • Cabling: Is the current cabling old and faulty or rated for too low a speed?
  • Wall boxes: Are the wall boxes or jacks wired correctly and in good condition?

Generally speaking we would suggest that if you copy a lot of high-capacity files such as images and videos and 3D models, that you go for the highest affordable speed computer network available to you but on the other hand, if you only use your network to browse the Internet and email, even a 100mbps computer network will suit you just fine

Please contact us for more information about computer network installations

Tuesday, 23 June 2015 07:57

What is POE?

POE stands for Power Over Ethernet.  Basically it allows network installers to power certain devices over the network cables they install.  These devices often include CCTV cameras, VOIP handsets and wireless access points.  The way it works is we install a POE switch, which is the central hub that network connections plug into, or we provide POE injectors for each device that requires it.  

The advantages are:

  • Removal of unsightly power cables for cameras or wireless access points at the devices themselves
  • Ability to power devices in positions where there is no existing power point (such as ceilings or outside)
  • All power for devices in one central location where you can then install an inverter to keep them running during power cuts

Please contact us for more information about computer network installations

Many VOIP providers supply handsets that have 2 data connections on them.  This allows you to plug the one end into your existing computer network jack or patch lead and the other end into your PC or laptop.  This allows you to install VOIP handsets without having to install additional computer network points to run the VOIP handsets.  The disadvantage with this approach is that the handsets themselves are normally rated at 100Mbps and therefore limit the speed of your computer network connection  to your PC to 100Mbps.  Another problem is that should the handset become faulty, the PC will also be disconnected from the network.  We suggest additional computer network points be installed for each VOIP handset.  Of course this means additional spend on infrastructure so we advise the client and they can then decide whether the increased speed and reliability is worth the additional expense

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