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Inhouse Infrastructure
High-performance voice and data coms

By combining telephone systems, user devices and LAN components from leading hardware vendors, T-Systems delivers infrastructures for high-performance desktop voice and data communications.
Many companies operate their own telephony systems. However, T-Systems can provide all necessary structured cabling and hardware, for purchase, rental or lease. The ICT provider leverages systems from leading vendors such as Cisco, SEN/Siemens and Alcatel, implements telephony applications and integrates all devices. What’s more, Inhouse Infrastructure encompasses installation, repair and maintenance. Telephony systems are available as a hybrid solution or all-IP. That means you can deploy conventional system telephones and new IP technology side by side. CTI (Computer Telephony Integration) enables voice functionality at the click of a mouse plus quick, simple integration of telephone number databases.

Scalable infrastructures and intelligent networks to suit your business

T-Systems also supplies hardware for your corporate LAN (Local Area Network) – for purchase, rental or lease. Combining cabling, routers and switches from major vendors, these solutions offer standardized, scalable infrastructures for all types of business. On request, T-Systems can also provide the required physical access security for buildings. Plus there are add-ons available, such as end-to-end management and reporting for active LAN components.
The Managed LAN Services portfolio also includes end-to-end services for the management of local voice and data networks. For voice communications for multiple sites, centrally managed from T-Systems’ professionally run data centers, the Unified Communications (network-based VoIP and UC solutions) and Corporate Voice (pricing models and conventional value-added services) offerings are ideal.

How can my company benefit from Inhouse Infrastructure?

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