Fusion Media Networks today announced a new initiative to support the launch of two important new services from partner Tipicall, the SIP and hosted telecoms provider.
During November Tipicall will launch the latest version of OnePBX, a hosted telephone platform offering exceptional margin opportunity, and WorldSIP, a new service giving international organisations one worldwide tariff for calls.
Leading connectivity and business communication specialist, Fusion Media Networks, today announced it has become a member of the London Internet Exchange (LINX), a world leading Internet Exchange Point.
As a LINX member, Fusion will benefit from the ability to connect to over 85% of the Global Routing Table, giving access to direct routes from a large number of diverse international peering partners. Fusion will also be able to pass those benefits on to its channel partners.
Leading connectivity and business communication specialist, Fusion Media Networks scooped the Emerging Channel Company award at last week’s Comms Business Awards.
Fusion has had an exciting and successful past 12 months, having built the UK's largest Ethernet access network, developing and launching its Virtual Data Centre services, becoming a Stonesoft/McAfee Intel accredited security partner, and achieving 43% sales growth.
As London Tech week kicks off (http://londontechnologyweek.co.uk/) showcasing London’s role as the digital capital of Europe, Fusion lunches a campaign to help start-up’s and existing “tech hot” companies in and around TechCity with up to £3,000 off new Ethernet & Broadband connectivity backed by the Governments Voucher Scheme.
Leading connectivity and business communication specialist, Fusion Media Networks, has announced its appointment to the G-Cloud 5 framework, the latest iteration of the Government’s public sector ITC procurement initiative designed to streamline the purchase of innovative, high quality services from reliable, accredited suppliers.
Computer Business Review has a very straight forward request; a written comment for an article looking at different definitions of cloud computing. Here is what Fusion's CTO, Lee Norvall had to say:
Connectivity and cloud company Fusion Media Networks has unveiled new deals that will enable businesses to save money on installing or upgrading their Ethernet services as well as cutting the cost of superfast broadband installation, claims the firm.
Orders for Openreach fibre are now covered for up to £2,800 of Excess Construction Charges (ECC) per circuit, plus free connection on three year terms.
The announcement builds on existing ECC savings arranged by Fusion with other carrier partners announced last September.
Recently our CTO, Lee Norvall, was asked to respond to questions about Hybrid Cloud for Information Age magazine UK. Here are the answers that Lee provided:
The partnership gives tIPicall resellers direct access to Fusion's core Ethernet network infrastructure, the largest in the UK with more than 12,000 points of presence across millions of kilometres of fibre.
In addition, Fusion Partners will benefit from tIPicall’s award-winning, low cost SIP solution combining with the Fusion network to provide end-to-end quality of service for voice and multi-media communications.
Leading connectivity and business communication specialists, Fusion Media Networks, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in style with two high value offers for its customers.
“Since 2004, while the economy has been in steep decline Fusion has shown steady and consistent growth,” said Lee Norvall, CTO at Fusion. “That’s a great testament to the solid foundations of our business, the quality of our products and the standard of our service. So this year, we’re sharing the fruits of our first 10 years with the people who matter.”
So you need to set up a new server to support the business. Maybe for a new company office. You look at outsourcing and immediately to see a world of minimum term commitments and on-going payments for servers that you’ll never own. No, no no, not for you. Far better to buy the hardware you need outright, one single payment and then the servers are sitting pretty in your office, right to hand if ever you need to work on them. You feel good with how much money you’ve just saved.
Lee Norvall, Technical Director of Fusion Media Networks, talks about choosing Volta Data Centre to support our Virtual Data Centre solution. Watch the video interview here.
Following O2 Wholesale’s recent announcement that it will shut down its fixed network on 28th February 2014, leading connectivity and business communication specialists, Fusion Media Networks is offering a lifeline to resellers searching for a new provider.
An effective organisation relies upon its IT infrastructure; it underpins staff productivity and ultimately supports the company revenue.
Ground-breaking deal makes business-class connectivity more accessible
Leading connectivity and business communication specialists, Fusion Media Networks, has today announced an industry-leading price break-through for its 4Mbps Ethernet solution. From just £99 a month with free installation, Fusion clients can now upgrade to an award-winning platform that supports mission-critical business applications such as VoIP and video conferencing, as well as remote and home working.
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