Telecommunications technologies are becoming more and more challenging to understand
and piece together. Even full-time IT managers struggle to integrate software, hardware, and service offerings
into a platform that delivers the desired results. A visionary technical partner who can manage various stages
of these projects is often needed. That's where TeleSource excels. TeleSource, unlike most telecommunications consulting
firms, has the engineering experience needed to approach your project from a design-side point of view. This means
that we don't adopt the common approach of throwing money and technology at a job. Instead, we find ways to leverage
resources to deliver the best solution your money can buy.
Demarc Extensions and CPE Installation
- TeleSource provides on-demand, outsourced installation management for companies like AT&T,
Qwest Communications, Centurylink, Wesco, and Lockheed-Martin. Rather than
substantially increase headcount to handle demarc extensions and customer premise equipment installations, these companies turn to TeleSource
for its quick response and expertise at keeping all stakeholders moving forward until the circuit is hot where the customer needs it. Our efficient management of over 4,000
seasoned technicians nationwide is one of the key elements of our ability to exceed expectations in this area. Projects are as simple
as extending telco demarcations at multiple
locations, and as complex as the coordination of nationwide
network upgrades. TeleSource also acts as the single-point-of-contact
for ongoing "remote hands" site management.
Voice Over IP
- In cases where the solution includes conversion to new technologies such as MPLS, a VPN, VoIP, or Cloud services, TeleSource will work
with the leading network service providers to design a secure, managed, flexible solution. As many companies are now replacing point-to-point,
Frame Relay, even older technologies with the new, more versatile, bandwidth efficient systems, TeleSource is helping to insure smooth transitions.
IP PBX ("Cloud-based Enterprise Phone System")
- Internet Protocol, or "IP", is now the de-facto standard for new network
designs. In contrast to circuit-switched communications, packet-switched networks running IP squeeze 40 to 60 times
more efficiency out of the available bandwidth. Putting voice into packets and sending the conversation over a
private or virtually private network means enormous savings for companies whose corporate communications are even slightly phone or fax intensive. TeleSource
employs "wide area Centrex" type VoIP solutions that allow organizations with multiple locations to communicate
via a single Java-based hosted phone system. This creates a powerful network in which crisp, clear calls between
any of your locations are FREE.
And, where once VoIP phone conversations were not up to toll quality, VoIP calls are now indistinguishable from
- This is a radically new approach that eliminates the nightmare and expense of integrating
all of your remote phone systems into your WAN for intra-company voice communications. As a fully meshed system,
it enables FREE extension-to-extension
calls between all of your offices- no matter where they are located in the
U.S. One receptionist can manage calls for ALL locations via the Web-based console, which allows her to actually
see who is on the phone in every office, and then transfer calls accordingly. She doesn't have to learn arcane
dialpad commands, nor is she stuck with a limited number of keys on a traditional receptionist's console. The Web
interface also allows a single person to administer the system for the entire enterprise. Best of all, since it
is based on IP technology, you can relocate your business anywhere in the U.S. and your phone numbers won't change!
- In LAN or MAN environments, wireless networks have some strong advantages over
wired infrastructures. For companies in open, line-of-site, campus or metropolitan environments, a wireless network
can deliver lightening-fast multimedia transmissions at a compelling price, particularly where frequent set-up
and tear-down is required, or where wire drops are neither practical or safe. For example, this solution is ideal
for warehouses, trade shows, laboratories, and assembly lines.