World Travel Market Trade Show

World Travel Market Trade Show

The World Travel Market is a truly great trade show utilising the entire exhibition space at Excel with extensive sections for each continent and a technology area designated as Travel Forward where the NSL stand was located. Lasting for 3 full days, visitors from...
Avaya follows NSL to UC SaaS

Avaya follows NSL to UC SaaS

When the major manufacture of telephone ‘tin’ partners with a major UC SaaS player to the value of $500m there can be no greater statement than that the future of voice, at least for the next chapter, is UC SaaS. Working within the voice communication market for over...
Skip the SIP

Skip the SIP

While I am sure that everybody who is reading this is aware of the need to move away from ISDN, the challenge is where to. Over the years ISDN, whilst inflexible, has been stable and provides good service levels with established fault resolutions, that usually are...
Who Owns your Telephone Numbers?

Who Owns your Telephone Numbers?

As the world of comms moves from traditional telephone suppliers, using major networks where the majority of providers are regulated with rules laid down by Ofcom, to a market where the number of providers is increasing dramatically and largely by non-voice...
More Telephone Numbers for London

More Telephone Numbers for London

October 2019 sees the launch of the new 020 ‘4’ range of telephone numbers; this is following ever growing demand for additional numbers in London. As always, numbers will only be allo-cated by Ofcom subject to justified demand. The 020 4 numbers are for the entire...
NSL Partner Day

NSL Partner Day

NSL Telecoms has recently held a partner day focusing on the continual development of the comms market and the new opportunities that are generated. In particular these include; unified comms, inbound numbers and PCI ‘card holder not present’ transactions. Using our...