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.

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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.

Nvirocom and the Telecommunications Market in Cameroon

The seminar on costs and tariffs organized by the BDT in May 2011 in Botswana with the participation of Cameroon focused on the contribution rate of mobile termination and roaming mobile in Cameroon. It has stimulated the opening of the telecommunications sector Cameroon, which should now enjoy a period of rapid expansion and development of the infrastructure.
Nvirocom Cameroon is leading the way in Cameroon as one of the leading suppliers of telecommunications services. Nvirocom’s expertise and focus includes the termination of traffic in which it enjoys a significant market share with Government approval. The need for termination services has been promoted in Cameroon since the seminar due to the lack of transportation means.
Nvirocom Cameroon has created the necessary infrastructure and used its unique technology to implement the termination of traffic across Cameroon. Its strong relationships with established giants in the telecommunications sector have also allowed it to take a significant market share. Nvirocom’s unique technology and the size of its market share allows Cameroonian users to be connected with foreign countries at a low cost.
The creation of Nvirocom Cameroon is the culmination of the vision of Mr.Simon Williams and all his team. The rapid expansion and development of Nvirocom is expected to continue in 2012.
According to statistics the penetration rate for broadband internet is 4%. It is an interesting niche market additional for Nvirocom in Cameroon and one that it has taken control of. The increased use of and demand for the internet in Cameroon is reflective of young Cameroonians strong desire to develop computer skills as the communications sector expands and becomes more accessible. Nvirocom also has the option of offering computers and PCs in Cameroon at very low cost and also potentially exempt from customs duty. Other opportunities are open to Nvirocom in Cameroon, particularly in the telecommunications sector and it is anticipated that the use of fibre optics and its unique technology will be a catalyst for new products and services during a period of further expansion as the market develops. The future is certainly bright for both Nvirocom and for the telecommunications market in Cameroon.
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Nvirocom Poised For Success in Africa

Nvirocom (UK) Ltd

The Nvirocom group of companies deliver global telecommunication services and gateways with a particular focus and presence in Africa. Since Nvirocom (UK) Ltd commenced business in March 2011 the company has rapidly expanded its network and gateways. It is an exciting period for Nvirocom as it is poised to make a significant impact within the telecoms industry. It will achieve the group aim of becoming a major player within its chosen sector of the telecoms market ahead of schedule.

The achievements and growth of Nvirocom to date are impressive. Its notable milestones to date are:

The securing of licenses to commence telecom operations in Cameroon;
Three fully operational telecom gateways in Africa; A further seven telecom gateways under construction and on schedule to become operational by the end of the first quarter of 2012; and, it has secured private equity finance through an E.I.S Inland Revenue Approved Investment Scheme with lucrative returns for investors.

As a result of the licences already obtained and the securing of funding Nvirocom has a unique opportunity to expand rapidly in the coming months. New applications for licences in other jurisdictions are currently being submitted as planned growth continues. Watch this space and stay in touch with Nvirocom (UK) Ltd. If you are interested in becoming an E.I.S Approved Investor please contact Nvirocom’s Public Relations Officer at info@nvirocom.com for further information and details of how to apply.

VoIP part 1: How Does Work?

For anyone unsure about how Voip works I will attempt to enlighten you.

If you are unaware of VoIP, brace yourself for the way you think about your phone calls. VoIP, an abbreviation for Voice over Internet Protocol, is a way of communicating over the internet as opposed to a analogue landline phone.
How is this useful? VoIP can turn a standard Internet connection into a way to place free or very inexpensive phone calls. The practical part of this is that by utilising some of the free VoIP software that is available to make phone calls via the internet, you’re bypassing the phone company (and its charges) entirely.
VoIP is a revolutionary technology that has the potential to completely rework the world’s phone systems.
Above all else, VoIP is basically going to “reinvent the wheel.” In this article, we’ll explore the principles behind VoIP, its applications and the potential of this emerging technology, which will more than likely one day replace the traditional phone system entirely which Nvirocom can assist with.
The interesting thing about VoIP is that there is not just one way to place a call. There are three different ways of VoIP service in common use today:

ATA — The simplest and most common way is through the use of a device called an ATA (analog telephone adaptor). The ATA allows you to connect a standard phone to your computer or your Internet connection for use with VoIP. The ATA is an analog-to-digital converter. It takes the analog signal from your traditional phone and converts it into digital data for transmission over the Internet. Providers like Vonage and AT&T CallVantage are bundling ATAs free with their service. You simply crack the ATA out of the box, plug the cable from your phone that would normally go in the wall socket into the ATA, and you’re ready to make VoIP calls. Some ATAs may ship with additional software that is loaded onto the host computer to configure it; but in any case, it’s a very straightforward setup.
IP Phones — These specialized phones look just like normal phones with a handset, cradle and buttons. But instead of having the standard RJ-11 phone connectors, IP phones have an RJ-45Ethernet connector. IP phones connect directly to your router and have all the hardware and software necessary right onboard to handle the IP call. Wi-Fi phones allow subscribing callers to make VoIP calls from any Wi-Fi hot spot.
Computer-to-computer — This is certainly the easiest way to use VoIP. You don’t even have to pay for long-distance calls. There are several companies offering free or very low-cost software that you can use for this type of VoIP. All you need is the software, a microphone, speakers, a sound card and an Internet connection, preferably a fast one like you would get through a cable or DSL modem. Except for your normal monthly ISP fee, there is usually no charge for computer-to-computer calls, no matter the distance.