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Breaking news from ihotdesk communications, Voice, VoIP and Video conferencing solutions in London:
A telephony network and communication services firm has announced a new portfolio of broadband products, aimed at small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Category Communications
14 February 2008
 
A telephony network and communication services firm has announced a new portfolio of broadband products, aimed at small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

Redstone Telecom's new range of products is aimed at making broadband up-take simpler for SMEs and concentrates on the communication needs of this market.

Eddie Buxton, managing director of Redstone Telecom, said: "Small and medium-sized businesses need to maximize their resources and see optimum return on their investment.

"We believe that our new Redstone Broadband offering gives businesses the range of products best suited to their needs."

The firm is offering four solutions: Teleworker, aimed at the home user; Teleworker Plus for home workers with more than one user; Small Office, targeted at companies with up to nine users in the office environment and Office Pro for the medium-sized business.

Research carried out by Cranfield School of Management on behalf of Pipex Business recently revealed that only 16 per cent of small business managers think the internet has improved efficiency for them.

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