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2015 - A good time to review your communications strategy?

Written by ANT Telecom | 27 Jan 2015
Which communication lines does your company use?...

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Do you have hidden lone workers at risk? Are you fully covered?

Written by ANT Telecom | 26 Jan 2015
Many businesses have identified lone workers within their organisation who work in remote areas and in isolation from other workers for a significant amount of time and as a result have implemented a solution to protect them. However, there may be some workers within an organisation that are not ...

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Tracking medical equipment in the NHS

Written by ANT Telecom | 9 Dec 2014
Keeping track of large quantities of mobile medical equipment in hospitals is both difficult and challenging. Trying to locate specific equipment for use on patients or for routine servicing is time consuming; can affect patient care and can even cause delays or cancellations to patient treatments ...

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ANT Telecom is going to Manufex North

Written by ANT Telecom | 4 Nov 2014
On Wednesday 19th November, the ANT team will be exhibiting at Kingston Park, Newcastle at the Manufex North event....

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Should you implement an uncontended Internet circuit?

Written by ANT Telecom | 23 Oct 2014
There are various reasons as to why you should implement an uncontended Internet circuits such as Ethernet First Mile (EFM) or Managed Internet Access (MIA) within your business. Whether you are one of the lucky businesses who benefit from high speeds through standard ADSL and ADSL2 or fibre ...

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ANT Telecom is going to Manufex

Written by ANT Telecom | 30 Sep 2014
On 1st October, the ANT team will be exhibiting at Hampden Park; the home of the recent Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, at the latest Manufex event. So, if you are attending, and want to stand out from your competitors, come and speak to us....

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ISDN v SIP

Written by ANT Telecom | 26 Sep 2014
The use of Integrated Digital Networks (ISDN), which provides the infrastructure for the simultaneous transfer of voice, video and other data, has been the norm since the late '80's. However, it is fast becoming outdated and is starting to be replaced by Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking....

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