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'Not-spots': A thing of the past, thanks to national roaming?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 7 Jan 2015, 11:53 AM


With the government recently announcing plans to take a long overdue look at the problem of mobile 'not-spots', Redcentric's mobile specialist, Richard Allgate, explores some of the numerous options that are available to mobile network operators, including networking roaming and mast sharing.

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The trouble with telephony...

Posted by Paul Storey | 10 Nov 2014, 10:53 AM


At a time when businesses are looking to streamline their IT costs, Redcentric's Paul Storey suggest that it might also be time for those same businesses to look at their telephony costs and see how the 'Cloud' can also help to not only reduce costs but provide a better quality of service.

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Does your shiny high-speed network mean business?

Posted by Paul Storey | 10 Nov 2011, 13:19 PM


I recently came across an organisation which had purchased what seemed to them to be a shiny high speed network from a major telecom company. Unfortunately, the company had failed to tell them that they wouldn’t be able to use the network for a number of things.

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ISDN30 or SIP: is service being sacrificed to revenue?

Posted by Paul Storey | 28 Oct 2011, 13:19 PM


There’s no doubt that the advantages of SIP trunking over ISDN30 are being recognised but anecdotal evidence from our customers suggests that many network providers are reluctant to actively sell SIP over ISDN, wrongly suggesting that it’s not fully proven.

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When the Ash meets the Cloud

Posted by Phil Dyson | 23 May 2011, 10:05 AM


So, volcanic disruption threatens to ground flights and scupper our various plans all over again. But, hidden behind the media stories of cancelled holidays and 3-day waits in the airport, the Icelandic ash has a serious effect on the UK’s economy.

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Components of a Unified Communications system

Posted by Phil Dyson | 12 May 2011, 17:31 PM


In an ideal Unified Communications system, there are 4 key building blocks which are shared across all the different communication tools.

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