ExPat Telecom to Expand Infrastructure Services to Support Business VoIP Growth
Business VoIP services are gaining popularity, so the demand for a VoIP infrastructure is also on the rise. To address these needs, Expat Telecommunications, a small business that specializes in voice and data infrastructure has revealed plans to install fiber and data that will boost telecommunications capabilities.
ExPat offers services such as fiber optics and cabling installation services; physical security for OCONUS operations; data center and data security provisioning; network endpoint encryption security systems design and implementation.
Currently, the company is ramping up inventory and adding installation crews to service the added requirements of business VoIP systems. ExPat is focusing their efforts on servicing hospitals, educational campuses, and correctional facilities in an effort to get them up-to-date in the shortest time possible.
"Data requirements for business and municipalities have changed over the years as the new technology demands higher bandwidth which in turn requires a faster infrastructure,” said Steve Cardoza, president & CEO of ExPat Telecommunications, in a statement.
New technologies like High Definition (HD) cameras have made their entry to corporate and domestic surveillance systems. They are integrated into existing security systems, demanding added bandwidth to process larger amounts of information.
Expat Telecommunications is a Department of Defense (DoD) approved contractor for working within the U.S. (CONUS) and working abroad (OCONUS) operations. The company is also EIA, TIA, and NEC compliant.
Earlier this year, Infonetics Research predicted that there will be an estimated 17 percent rise within the business VoIP market in 2011, when compared to statistics from 2010. The business VoIP industry, according to Infonetics Research, will is forecasted to be worth upwards of $76.1 billion by 2015.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein