Electronic Media Services Limited is delighted to announce that its award winning i-MO™ range of routers and associated agile network management software OptiBond™ is now available in Egypt and throughout Middle East and North Africa, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Andrew Lambert commented, “We have targeted a number of overseas markets where our UK designed and manufactured communications products can play a key role in helping businesses get a fast and reliable Internet connection where traditional fixed wire connectivity is not available”.
Comms Business Magazine talks to Andrew Lambert, CEO of Hampshire based Electronic Media Services Limited (EMS), a provider of connectivity solutions for business in challenging locations for fixed line access – one recent example of which was the Women's British Open 2014 held at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club in July.
Comms Business Magazine (CBM): What have been your key growth areas during the past year and what are your growth expectations for the coming 12 months?
Andrew Lambert (AL): In the last year we transitioned from a direct sales model to one totally focussed on developing a re-seller network and helping partners win new business with great margin. This has opened up significant new opportunities in new verticals such as broadcast and retail.
We recently introduced a new product which bonds two ADSL lines and can bond two data SIMS channels together. This has generated interest from ISP and SIs who need a solution for customers where FTTC is unlikely to be available in the immediate future.
Electronic Media Services Limited (EMS) is delighted to announce that MyComm - IT deployed it's UK designed and manufactured i-MO™ OptiBond™ Professional Bonding Routers at The RICOH Women's British Open 2014 held at the Royal Birkdale Golf Club this week.
MyComm - IT have the contract to supply connectivity and manage the network across the whole site including all agencies, sponsors, officials, media, TV, merchandising, players and their support teams.
Due to the late delivery of fixed lines to the site, i-MO™ OptiBond™ has provided bonded 4G connectivity and was used exclusively for the first four set up days until fibre was available and then for resilience purposes when the fibre link temporarily broke.
Zia Askari from TelecomDrive.com (the online publication reaching out to key stakeholders in India, SAARC, MEA and Asia Pacific region) spoke with Andrew Lambert, CEO of UK based Electronic Media Services Limited (EMS), about the company’s focus and product offerings.
With a focus towards building an agile, dynamic WAN with the help of its Software Defined Network platform, UK based EMS is looking forward to creating and nurturing distribution partnerships in countries such as India.
EMS was founded in 1995 and initially worked on e-commerce and multi-media projects before focussing on making always-on internet connectivity available in an age of massive growth in Internet data usage. Zia Askari from TelecomDrive.com spoke with Andrew Lambert, CEO of UK based Electronic Media Services Limited (EMS), about the company’s focus and product offerings.