4 - 5 OCTOBER 2017 / EXCEL LONDON
Spitfire Network Services

Spitfire Network Services

Stand: G18

Spitfire are a leading business telecommunications provider encompassing SIP, Internet, Voice & Data services.
One of the only Internet Telephony providers able to offer complete end-to-end services, via our own IP networks covering all aspects of VOIP, including SIP trunks and Hosted Telephony. The result is a reliable and resilient service that delivers business quality VoIP.
As an ISP Spitfire have the widest range of broadband and Ethernet products in the UK, with products ranging from Fibre and Copper Ethernet (EFM) through to uncontended SDSL M and Annex M circuits. We are also a specialist in business continuity providing a number of low cost backup IP solutions.
For a limited time only Spitfire will be providing a free of charge connection offer on Fibre & Copper Ethernet circuits – ideal for fully converged SIP voice and data solutions.
Independently owned, Spitfire have no debt and have been in business since 1988.

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Spitfire Network Services Seminars

  • Practical Solutions for ensuring voice quality in The Cloud Wed 4th Oct 12:20 - 12:50

    Practical Solutions for ensuring voice quality in The Cloud

    The Cloud offers a seemingly ideal environment for delivering voice and unified communication solutions. However a Cloud service is only as good as the connection to it. This session looks at the pitfalls of deploying a PBX in The Cloud or utilising a public Cloud solution and offers practical guidance on how the benefits of Cloud deployment can be realised without risking voice quality.

    Speaker

    Andy Duncan

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    Time / Place

    Wed 4th Oct 12:20 to 12:50

    UC Theatre Theatre

  • Practical Solutions for Interconnecting Sites, Data Centres and Cloud Services Thu 5th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Practical Solutions for Interconnecting Sites, Data Centres and Cloud Services

    In order to gain market differentiation, competitive advantage or business efficiency, businesses are increasingly looking to adopt the latest working practices and utilise technological advances.

    The task of implementing solutions to meet these demands falls on IT departments and Service Providers who must ensure not only that the service or application is deployed but that the corporate infrastructure supports the solution effectively.

    This session will offer practical guidance on how the often conflicting demands of cost and service can be met.

    Speaker

    Andy Duncan

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    Time / Place

    Thu 5th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Cloud Based Networking Theatre

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