EE Roam Like Home.....Business Single User Extra Plan

Launching 28th September 2016.........

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EE is refreshing their Business Extra plans to make them even better.  The new plans will enable our customers to run their business the way they want, no matter where they are, at home or abroad.

Customers will be able to use their UK allowance for EU roaming and still have 180 minutes to call the EU from the UK

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 EE is also including the BT Sport App for customers personal enjoyment 

EE is also including the BT Sport App for customers personal enjoyment 

EE'S 4G NETWORK IS 50% FASTER THAN ANY OTHER

At Voice Engineer we pride ourselves on offering our customers the very best solution that's why we partnered with one of the main UK mobile providers, EE.

Voice Engineer will evaluate your mobile requirements by reviewing the best plans and devices on offer at any one time.  We will analyse all the facts and work with you every step of the way.

Our support doesn't end there and once you have become a valued customer of Voice Engineer, our team will work closely with you during the initial stages making the whole process as seamless as possible.

Email us today if you would like more information on the latest offers recently launched by EE

 Feel free to check your coverage by using the Mobile Coverage Checker

http://ee.co.uk/business/small/network/4gee/mobile-coverage

The Greater Manchester Business Exhibition

The Hilton Hotel, Manchester

9th of June, 2015

Voice Engineer Dot Com will be exhibiting at this year's Expo - visit us on Stand 19

The Expo will be packed full of local businesses. Join us on the day and benefit from:

120 Exhibitors

We have sold out the Venue with 120 businesses exhibiting at the Expo, from a wide range of industries and backgrounds; we have a lockout system of only 2 businesses from each sector, meaning more variation. This is a great opportunity to expand your business relations.

Seminars

3 seminars will take place during the day and will cover a variety of topics that will benefit you and your business.

For more information on the seminars click here

Speed Networking

With 2 Massive speed networking events, it’s a great way to make many different connections in a short amount of time.

 

Pre-register your FREE Visitor pass HERE

 

 

New Ethernet Switches Fill Out Avaya SDN Offering

Two months after Avaya Inc. introduced its software-defined networking (SDN) architecture, the company is adding new Ethernet switches to fill out the offering.

The Avaya SDN FX architecture announced in February promises to provide the advantages of SDN technologies to the entire network, from the core to the edge, in a "connect anything, anywhere" approach.

Avaya, known for collaboration and communication technologies, has a different take on the meaning of the network edge.

"The 'edge,' in this case, is not to be understood as the typical network edge (device) but as the place where the network meets the application, that is, a hypervisor supporting multiple application virtual machines (VMs) or Docker containers, an edge voice application device (also known as a phone) or devices purpose-built as SDN edge devices," said company exec Andrew Rufener in a February blog post.

To help complete this end-to-end approach, Avaya yesterday introduced a line of new ERS 5900 stackable Ethernet switches optimized for the company's Fabric Connect, an "automated core" that provides a virtual control layer via one network-wide, fabric-based communications protocol.

"The Avaya ERS 5900 series of premium, stackable Ethernet switches takes another significant step toward full network automation by further extending Avaya Fabric Connect capabilities to the network edge," the company said in a statement. "The ERS 5900 series enables enterprises to smoothly migrate to next-generation architectures that unify the wired and wireless network while preparing organizations to adopt new Internet of Things (IoT) strategies."

Avaya said the switches:

  • Support MACsec for enhanced security.
  • Support Power over Ethernet Plus (POE+) for 802.11 ac deployments.
  • Are extensible to support 60W of Power over Ethernet (uPOE) for emerging IoT deployments such as smart lighting, medical systems and high-end video surveillance.
  • Are extensible to support the emerging 2.5GE and 5GE standard for 802.11ac Wave 2 deployments.

"Some of the most compelling use cases for SDN will likely be at the edge of the network," the company quoted Zeus Kerravala, principal at ZK Research, as saying. "With Avaya's introduction of the ERS 5900, they continue their momentum started with SDN Fx of driving practical use cases where the user lives."