Linux, OSS, Networking and Telephony/PBX Systems - solutions

By: Open Solutions  05/12/2011
Keywords: Networking, Internet Service

At its most basic, Open Solutions is a service and consultancy company specialising in a combination of unique areas: advanced IP networking; Linux/UNIX server farms; VoIP application programming; and web application development. By being able to leverage experience in all of these areas, we are ideally suited to provided services and solutions in the general Internet Service Provision area as well as multi-disciplinary solutions you may not have expected.

While we work closely with all our customers, some of them come to us in the product incubation stage – when they have an idea but are not sure if it’ll work or if it’s even possible – and with these we form a close partnership and can often provide a CTO role.

Our customers come from all areas of industry: INEX, Ireland’s IXP; imag!ne, one of Ireland’s largest telecommunications and broadband services provider; Showreel Player, a unique industry specific network launching in 2011; Cab Call, a new innovative location based service; and many more.

Please browse through this solutions section to get a better feel for what we can offer.

Keywords: Internet Service, Networking

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Linux, OSS, Networking and Telephony/PBX Systems - consultancy

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