Managed Telco Solution

Changes the way your employees communicate with each other and your customers

Your Managed Telco Solution

Our Managed Telecommunication Solutions allow us to provide you with new and innovative ways of doing business. We offer a range of communication and telephony network services both reliable and innovative, with complete transparency and control
over costs and usage.

To go along with our network services, we also provide a wide range of both on-premise and hosted IP handsets as part of our
telecommunications solutions, each with a comprehensive list of features.

 

We are a recognised NBN service provider.  Our inhouse industry certified cabling team means we take complete ownership of your communication solution from design to implementation. 

 

When you choose NQBE for all your business communication needs, we can guarantee there will be no waiting for hours on hold to speak to someone in a foreign call centre. 

With NQBE as your business partner, you are speaking to a local person each time and will have access to in house technicians and support.

Why NQBE?

What sets NQBE Integrated I.T apart from other Print Service providers?

  • We provide an obligation free business analysis to show you how you can save

  • Over 35 years' experience, we are experts in what we do

  • We are a one-stop-shop, providing innovative solutions in Print, IT and Telephony

  • We are and have always been locally owned and operated

  • We provide tailored solutions to businesses across all industries

  • We operate in a environmentally responsible way

Flexibility

Enjoy the freedom of having a solution that will grow with your business.  Your employees will stay connected to the office and will be able to talk from anywhere.

Cost

Pay nothing upfront, reduce your operational expenditure and pay only for what your business needs

Control & Efficiency

With a hassle free implementation and complete control of change management, you won't need to worry about the transition.

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NBN And Your Business


The NBN network is a government infrastructure project that will provide broadband internet and fixed phone line access to all Australians through a combination of optic fibre, and fixed wireless and satellite technology in the harder to reach areas. Fibre improves the speed and quality of voice and data delivery, which will better serve Australian businesses in an increasingly connected global marketplace. The infrastructure is being rolled out by the government owned nbn. The different types of NBN The NBN uses a combination of different technologies to deliver high speeds and a stable network across, depending on where your business is located. Although the four listed below are not a complete list, just the more common technologies. Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) nbn supplied through the fttp is regarded as the superior method of supplying the network as is it works with an optic fibre cable running directly from NBNCo to your business. This means no traffic congestion and the highest available speeds. Unfortunately this is the most costly method for the government as it requires running brand new optic cables to every business in australia. Fibre to the Node (FTTN) The FTTN network works by taking advantage of the already rolled out copper network that has supplied Australia with the now inferior ADSL network. This works by rolling out brand new optic cables to centralised hubs (Nodes) then transferring the network across to the copper cables. Fixed Wireless Fixed Wireless connection utilises data transmitted over radio signals to connect a premises to the nbn network. This connection is typically used in circumstances where the distance between premises can be many kilometres. Data travels from a transmission tower located as far as 14 kilometres to an antenna that has been fitted to the premises by an approved nbn installer. Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) An nbn HFC connection is used in circumstances where the existing ‘pay TV’ or cable network can be used to make the final connect to the nbn network. In this circumstance a HFC line will be run from the nearest available fibre node, to your premises. What does the NBN network mean for my business? When connected to the NBN network, your business will have access to faster internet. Which means not only much higher quality voice and sound with your telecommunications solutions but your business will have a greater selection of possible voice solutions. If your business has been connected already to the NBN network, or your connection date is approaching, take advantage of NQBE's obligation free business audit. Have one of our highly trained telecommunications professionals visit your business to help you with your communications options, and to develop a tailored solution to best fit your business. Check your business address for NBN eligibility





NBN And Your Business


The NBN network is a government infrastructure project that will provide broadband internet and fixed phone line access to all Australians through a combination of optic fibre, and fixed wireless and satellite technology in the harder to reach areas. Fibre improves the speed and quality of voice and data delivery, which will better serve Australian businesses in an increasingly connected global marketplace. The infrastructure is being rolled out by the government owned nbn. The different types of NBN The NBN uses a combination of different technologies to deliver high speeds and a stable network across, depending on where your business is located. Although the four listed below are not a complete list, just the more common technologies. Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) nbn supplied through the fttp is regarded as the superior method of supplying the network as is it works with an optic fibre cable running directly from NBNCo to your business. This means no traffic congestion and the highest available speeds. Unfortunately this is the most costly method for the government as it requires running brand new optic cables to every business in australia. Fibre to the Node (FTTN) The FTTN network works by taking advantage of the already rolled out copper network that has supplied Australia with the now inferior ADSL network. This works by rolling out brand new optic cables to centralised hubs (Nodes) then transferring the network across to the copper cables. Fixed Wireless Fixed Wireless connection utilises data transmitted over radio signals to connect a premises to the nbn network. This connection is typically used in circumstances where the distance between premises can be many kilometres. Data travels from a transmission tower located as far as 14 kilometres to an antenna that has been fitted to the premises by an approved nbn installer. Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) An nbn HFC connection is used in circumstances where the existing ‘pay TV’ or cable network can be used to make the final connect to the nbn network. In this circumstance a HFC line will be run from the nearest available fibre node, to your premises. What does the NBN network mean for my business? When connected to the NBN network, your business will have access to faster internet. Which means not only much higher quality voice and sound with your telecommunications solutions but your business will have a greater selection of possible voice solutions. If your business has been connected already to the NBN network, or your connection date is approaching, take advantage of NQBE's obligation free business audit. Have one of our highly trained telecommunications professionals visit your business to help you with your communications options, and to develop a tailored solution to best fit your business. Check your business address for NBN eligibility





Powered by Ne.Connect


Ne.Connect is a brand developed by NQBE to enable businesses to leverage technology to better themselves, increase productivity and efficiency, all leading to increased profitability. We are currently experiencing another golden age of technology that if implemented correctly allows businesses of any size to compete not only against larger corporations but to stand head and shoulders above them and drive outcomes that never before thought to be achievable. Ne.Connect is many things but ultimately, what it is it here to achieve? It’s actually rather simple yet has powerful and long lasting effects Ne.Connect





Our range of devices

At NQBE Integrated IT, we offer a range of handsets to give you options when investigating the right telecommunication solution.  When we engage with you to tailor a solution to best suit your needs, our communication experts will advise you on the best option.

On Prem handsets NQBE
On premises devices
VoIP Handsets NQBE
Hosted Devices - powered with Ne.Connect

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