World VoIP NewsExpat Telecoms dispatches VoIP and SIP infrastructure support teams
Expat Telecoms dispatches VoIP and SIP infrastructure support teams
Company Expat Telecommunications has announced their strategic commitment to offer installation services of fiber and data networking. Recognizing a massive growth in VOIP services demand and the infrastructure configuration associated with VoIP technology, ExPat Telecom is rolling out their applications and adding installation teams to service the added requirements.
"Currently we're going to focus our operational efforts on servicing health care organizations, educational campuses, and other facilities in a commitment to get them up-to-date in the fastest way possible," states Steve Cardoza, President & CEO of ExPat Telecommunications Inc. "Data demands for business and governmental entities have changed over the last years as the new technology is hungry for higher bandwidth which in turn requires a faster infrastructure. For instance, we are seeing more HD (High Definition) cameras appearing in the industry of corporate and residential surveillance systems. Normally these systems are integrated into an existing security platform that requires extra bandwidth to manage larger portions and packages of information bringing the need for more ample cabling." ExPat Telecommunications has performed themselves as dominant industry player in systems and data security while working shoulder-to-shoulder with US Army in Afghanistan as an independent contractor. A decorated Vietnam and Gulf War veteran, Steve Cardoza served several tours in Iraq and Afghanistan before founding his own company and returning to the hot spots of the World to help rebuild the country's infrastructure. Expat Telecommunications is a Department Of Defense (DoD) approved contractor for operating within the US (CONUS) and working abroad (OCONUS) operations. Company is also EIA, TIA, and NEC certified and delivers following telecom services: Fiber Optics and Cabling installation services; Physical Security for OCONUS operations; Data Center and data security support; Network endpoint encryption security systems design and implementation. Encryption technology including 1028 bit VPN data connections; redundant data center management in the cases of a catastrophic failure (Linux/Unix); and Commercial Transportation & Courier Services which consists with HAZMAT and SEI. However recent statistics provided by Infonetics Research describes the situation, when there will be an estimated 17 percent rise within the VoIP and SIP market in 2011, when compared to indicators from 2010. Infonetics is an expert on the subject as it thoroughly analyzes new releases of products and services in the business VoIP industry, commenting that VoIP eventually be worth upwards of $76.1 billion by 2015. The research states, "The residential segment continues to make up the majority of VoIP services revenue, but the real growth is in the business segment, particularly SIP trunking services and hosted VoIP and unified communication services." All businesses both large and small can see the numerous benefits relayed with business VoIP including lower prices, greater functionality and better performance. A shift to a business VoIP system will enable companies to save capital that was once required to purchase updated hardware. All an organization needs is a computer that possesses a sound card, modem, speakers and microphone, high speed Internet connection and the ability to download crucial software.
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