Nvirocom In Africa, ” Latest News”

Having over the last two years acquired the appropriate licenses and agreements, Cameroon being the latest addition, Nvirocom has dedicated a significant amount of time, research and development for the North African Market.

Nvirocom’s goal is to install 25 new termination facilities in strategic sites to optimize services across the country by May 2012. As Nvirocom expands its operating services and broadening business relationship in Cameroon, we have become a fully integrated company established in Cameroon securing local employment for local people benefiting all concerned.

Nvirocom have and is currently in negotiations to secure 3g and 4g licenses with the Minister of Posts and Telecoms for the Cameroon Government also securing an ISP (Internet Service Provider) license. This will allow Nvirocom to provide a more efficient service to Cameroon and the rest of the African market becoming a market leader within the telecommunications sector at this time.

Nvirocom has studied and researched many destinations globally; our findings suggest that South America will probably be the next continent for expansion. The company will look to explore this avenue and develop infrastructure to support and install another 25 new sites within a 9 month period Subject to the requisite licensing being in place we intend to commence business in June 2012.

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The Supply of VoIP Termination through Nvirocom’s own secure servers. A service where demand has and is continuing to rise as one of the fastest growing industry in the world.

WEBSITE: www.nvirocom.com
TWITTER: @nvirocom

Immigration And The Endless Need To Communicate

Immigration can be defined as the relocation in a country of a person or group of people native of another country. (More often motivated by a job search, and the perspective of a better life.) These movements of deportation are observed mostly in poor countries or countries at war as those of Africa, Asia, South America and the Eastern Europe.

According to a report of the UN, in 2005 191 million people, approximately 3% of the world population live outside their country of origin and according to the same report, this figure has increase by 15 million more immigrants for end of 2011 and expected to increase by another 50 million by 2015.

This resettlement of people always nourished the need to communicate between communities in the world and is set to continue and increase at a high rate.

Only just 7 to 8 years ago, it was already possible with the fixed line telephone to communicate overseas but remained all the same limited because of technical problems bound to that period in third world countries. Today, the choice is vast in communication, 3G 4G and Internet trends and capabilities has paved the way to make easier access to inaccessible areas, This means demand is booming and it makes telecoms the fastest growing sector to date.

Boosted by this perpetual need to exchange information through communication manifested by people, Nvirocom bridges the gap for user demand and ultimately offering considerable support on old networks of communication with innovative technologies. Nvirocom’s system is ultimately offering high quality communication routes to fit any existing telecoms network but capable of lowering prices to meet user demands.

In a market where telecommunications operators are everywhere, Nvirocom makes the difference.

Moroccan switch

Today 11th july 2011 our moroccan switch has gone live. We have had great success with its output and can offer 80% ASR 4 min ACD. This in the telecoms world are amazing stats and we intend to keep up the level of service throughout the whole network we are building.

Nvirocom Telecoms

Nvircom Ltd is a telecommunications company born to create Eco friendly networks and to lower user costs. We are keen to find the latest technologies which are designed to lower costs, higher productivity and put them into practice so we invite anyone to talk to us about new ideas and what advantages they may bring. We also like to keep a keen eye on what’s happening within the environment and as with our network and servers we are always looking to find alternative energy to do our bit to lowering our Co2 footprint.

VoIP part 2: Using it

VoIP phone users can make calls from anywhere there’s a broadband connection.
Chances are good you’re already making VoIP calls any time you place a long-distance call. Phone companies use VoIP to streamline their networks. By routing thousands of phone calls via a circuit switch and into an IP gateway, they can seriously reduce the bandwidth they’re using for the long haul. Once the call is received by a gateway on the other side of the call, it’s decompressed, reassembled and routed to a local circuit switch.
Although it will take some time, you can be sure that eventually all of the current circuit-switched networks will be replaced with packet-switching technology. IP telephony just makes sense, in terms of both economics and infrastructure requirements. More and more businesses are installing VoIP systems with Nvirocom, and the technology will continue to grow in popularity as it makes its way into our homes. Perhaps the biggest draws to VoIP for the home users that are making the switch are price and flexibility.
With VoIP, you can make a call from anywhere you have broadband connectivity. Since the IP phones or ATAs broadcast their info over the Internet, they can be administered by the provider anywhere there’s a connection. So business travelers can take their phones or ATAs with them on trips and always have access to their home phone. Another alternative is the softphone. A softphone is client software that loads the VoIP service onto your desktop or laptop. May soft-phones have an interface on your screen that looks like a traditional telephone. As long as you have a headset/microphone, you can place calls from your laptop anywhere in the broadband-connected world.
We (nvirocom) are offering minute-rate plans structured like cell phone bills for as little as £20 per month. On the higher end, some offer unlimited plans for as little as £50 a month which is a great option for heavy users. With the elimination of unregulated charges and the suite of free features that are included with these plans, it can be quite a savings.
Most VoIP companies provide the features that normal phone companies charge extra for when they are added to your service plan.
VoIP includes:
• Caller ID
• Call waiting
• Call transfer
• Repeat dial
• Return call
• Three-way calling

There are also advanced call-filtering options available from some carriers. These features use caller ID information to allow you make a choice about how calls from a particular number are handled.
You can:
• Forward the call to a particular number
• Send the call directly to voice mail
• Give the caller a busy signal
• Play a “not-in-service” message
• Send the caller to a funny rejection hotline

With many VoIP services, you can also check voice mail via the Web or attach messages to an e-mail that is sent to your computer or handheld. Not all VoIP services offer all of the features above. Prices and services vary, so if you’re interested, it’s best to do a little shopping.