AVM can supply the ideal network for your video deployment, blending existing network services, where suitable, with incremental network services from leading service providers, utilising our own Point of Presence and infrastructure for ISDN interoperability and Internet and voice (PSTN) breakout.
Whether you are introducing videoconferencing to your organisation for the first time, migrating existing videoconferencing infrastructure from ISDN to IP, or looking to improve your videoconferencing experience across your organisation with suppliers and customers, AVM not only understands your video conferencing hardware requirements, but also appreciates the implications of introducing an application such as video to your communications infrastructure.
By connecting to the AVM network you can learn about what types of networks exist and how they interact with each other and discover how you can avoid the traditional problems associated with working across networks.
AVM's video network is an independent and extremely powerful global IP network that can connect you to any type of network and deliver QoS (quality of service) across the globe. Our network provides customers with completely integrated video conferencing network solutions over Layer 2, MPLS, IP or ISDN, embracing video communications.
We offer three types of networks services connections:
Video ISDN - The Video ISDN connection allows AVM Vision to take your existing video unit, connected to existing ISDN lines and route your calls into and over our video network.
Video DSL – The Video DSL connections gives businesses the ability to directly connect into the video network, using basic telephone lines upgraded for video.
Video Fibre - The Video Fibre connections give business the guaranteed bandwidth that multiple video conferencing units at one location require.
These services provide you with a connection to the AVM network
Our network services, in combination with managed services, provide a best of breed video networking solution and is fully scalable to as many sites as you require. It also means choosing the best level of support for each of your sites to optimise your operation, while minimising your operating costs.
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