18 years ago we were a legacy Samsung PABX systems dealer, Today TS is an evolved ITC provider. Focused on bringing enterprise grade networks to small and medium business all within a reasonable budget combined with superior performance and the best technology.
Voice, Video conferencing and Data Solutions from part of TS core services to growing business. We help small and medium business design and install a high performance network that is future proof and converged for optimal cost savings and productivity.
VVoiP (UK) certification, US telecoms approved
MikroTik Certified Network Associate (MTCNA)
Molex Premise Networks (MPN) Certified Installer
Asterisk communications applications trained
FAR South Networks certified
To be a leading telecom service provider in South Africa.
To be a one stop telecom service provider
TS business practice is based on high values and world class customer service.
Ts specializes in converged network design and installation. We are a certified Molex network installer what does this mean it means we can install your network from the ground up. ensuring that the standards set down by TIA and IEEE are maintained and adhered to.Our work is of the highest quality and there are no shortcuts.We build your network using a 3 layer architecture starting with : 'CORE" "DISTRIBUTION" and "ACCESS
The core layer is responsible for fast and reliable transportation of data across a network. The core layer is often known as the backbone or foundation network because all other layers rely upon it. Its purpose is to reduce the latency time in the delivery of packets.
The distribution layer is responsible for routing. It also provides policy-based network connectivity, including:Routing , firewalls, QOS. It is at this layer where you begin to exert control over network transmissions, including what comes in and what goes out of the network. Control and manage your company's bandwidth & restrict downloads are juts some examples.
This is the part of the network that your users see and interact with. The end users do not see or appreciate the power of your collapsed core distribution layer, the elegance of your addressing plans, or the genius of your end to end network design. Your more technical users may be able to identify an RJ-45 port or WLAN access point if asked, but most users simply expect the network to be there.