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Telecom (telecommunications), refers to the transmission of information and communication over a distance using various technologies and networks. Telecom encompasses a wide range of services and technologies that enable voice, data, and multimedia communication.

Network Infrastructure

Telecom infrastructure consists of physical components such as cables, fiber-optic lines, antennas, switches, routers, and data centers. These form the backbone of communication networks and enable the transmission and routing of data.

Mobile Communication

Mobile telecom services provide wireless connectivity through cellular networks. Mobile operators offer voice, messaging, and data services to enable mobile communication, and technologies like 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G are used to provide increasingly faster and more advanced mobile connectivity.


Telephony refers to voice communication services, including traditional landline services and modern Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions. It allows individuals and businesses to make voice calls locally, nationally, and internationally.


Telecom plays a vital role in providing internet connectivity to homes, businesses, and public spaces. Internet service providers (ISPs) offer various types of connections, including broadband, DSL, cable, fiber-optic, and wireless internet access.


Telecom facilitates the transmission of data over networks, allowing individuals and organizations to exchange information electronically. This includes services like email, file transfer, video conferencing, and cloud computing.

IoT Connectivity

Telecom enables connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT), where devices, sensors, and machines are connected and exchange data. This connectivity supports applications in sectors like smart homes, industrial automation, healthcare, and transportation.

Unified Communications

Unified Communications (UC) solutions integrate various communication channels such as voice, video, messaging, and collaboration tools into a single platform. UC enables seamless communication and collaboration across devices and locations.

Why Telecom?

The telecom industry continues to evolve rapidly, driven by technological advancements, increased data demand, and the integration of communication services. Telecom solutions are fundamental for communication, collaboration, business operations, customer interaction, mobility, internet access, IoT connectivity, and the overall functioning of modern societies and businesses. They play a vital role in connecting people, enabling information exchange, and facilitating seamless communication in today's interconnected world.


Telecom solutions provide the infrastructure and services necessary for reliable and efficient communication. They enable voice calls, messaging, and data transmission, connecting people across different locations and devices.


Telecom solutions facilitate collaboration by enabling real-time communication and information sharing among team members, regardless of their physical location. This is crucial for remote work, virtual meetings, and project coordination.


Telecom solutions are vital for businesses to conduct their day-to-day operations. They support activities such as customer service, sales calls, supply chain management, and internal communication, ensuring smooth workflow and productivity.

Customer Interactions

Telecom solutions enable businesses to interact with customers through various channels, including phone calls, chat services, and video conferencing. They support customer support, sales inquiries, and relationship management.


Telecom solutions, especially mobile networks, allow individuals and businesses to stay connected while on the move. They provide mobile data, voice, and messaging services, enabling seamless communication and access to information anytime, anywhere.

Internet Access

Telecom solutions play a crucial role in providing internet connectivity to homes, businesses, and public spaces. They enable access to online resources, cloud services, e-commerce platforms, and digital entertainment.


Telecom solutions support the connectivity needs of the Internet of Things (IoT). They enable communication between IoT devices, sensors, and backend systems, allowing for data collection, monitoring, and control of connected devices.

Network Infrastructure

Telecom solutions involve the deployment and management of network infrastructure, including towers, cables, routers, and switches. These components form the backbone of communication networks and enable data transmission.

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Why Choose NorthStar for your Telecom Needs?

There are many facets to consider when exploring Telecom solutions and it can be very confusing to figure out who is going to be the right Telecom partner for your company. We understand this and have helped other companies like yours navigate their way through this complex process.


We can help you identify the current state of your Telecom architecture, identify your requirements and gaps, and help you choose the correct Telecom solution providers to bring in.

Audit Services

We will audit your current Telecom architecture and provider(s) to determine if you are using the best and most cost-effective solution(s) for your business.


We can recommend Telecom solutions based on current industry trends and best practices, so you can be sure that you are receiving a quality solution.


In addition to securing the correct Telecom solution, we can often assist you with implementing new solutions.


We are Telecom supplier agnostic and work with numerous providers. We can offer the best options from multiple suppliers.

Cost Management

We want to provide you with a great Telecom solution within your budget and will work to make sure you are investing your money well.

NorthStar has reach and depth, tenured engineers and facilitators, and a deep bench of proven experience-based knowledge. We can help you assess your current state and identify Telecom solutions that will be the right fit for your organization.

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Is Telecom Right for Your Organization?

Determining whether Telecom is right for you depends a variety of factors specific to your industry, goals and operational needs. Consider the following factors to assess its suitability:

Communication Challenges 

Are you currently facing communication challenges within your organization? For example, do you experience frequent dropped calls, unreliable internet connectivity, or limited collaboration capabilities? If so, a new telecom solution could address these issues.

Technological Advancement

Consider whether your current telecom infrastructure is outdated or lacking modern features. Upgrading to a new telecom solution can offer advanced capabilities such as unified communications, cloud-based services, and integration with other business tools.

Cost Efficiency

Evaluate the cost of your existing telecom services. If you find that you're paying high fees for limited features or if the expenses are not justified by the value received, exploring new telecom solutions may provide more cost-effective options.

Scalability & Growth

Is your company growing or planning to expand in the near future? If you anticipate an increase in employees, customers, or communication needs, a new telecom solution that offers scalability can accommodate your growth effectively.

Competitive Advantage

Will implementing a new telecom solution provide your company with a competitive edge? Enhanced communication and collaboration can boost productivity, customer service, and overall operational efficiency, giving your organization a strategic advantage.

Return on Investment (ROI)

Evaluate the potential ROI of a new telecom solution. Will the benefits, such as improved productivity, reduced downtime, or streamlined operations, outweigh the costs? Assess the long-term advantages to make an informed decision.

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  • How does CCaaS differ from traditional on-premise contact center solutions?
    CCaaS operates in the cloud, which means that the software and infrastructure are hosted by a third-party provider. In contrast, traditional on-premise contact center solutions require companies to manage their hardware and software on-site.
  • Will I be able to keep my existing PBX and just migrate my contact center to CCaaS?
    Yes, we would be able to implement an "overlay" architecture which would allow you to keep your PBX and the CCaaS would be on top of your PBX. This is a very popular solution.
  • What features does CCaaS typically include?
    CCaaS platforms generally include features such as call routing, IVR (Interactive Voice Response), omnichannel support (email, chat, social media), call recording, real-time analytics, workforce management, and integration with CRM systems.
  • Can CCaaS support multi-channel customer interactions?
    Yes, CCaaS platforms offer omnichannel support, enabling businesses to handle customer interactions across various channels, such as voice, email, chat, and social media, from a unified interface.
  • Is there redundancy already built in with a CCaaS solution or will I have to provide for that?
    Yes, redundancy is already built in with a cloud solution. There are multiple geo data centers in place to support all types of transmissions and applications. Within the data centers there are multiple redundant servers and microservers available to support the businesses to prevent outages.
  • How long will it take to implement a CCaaS solution?
    It will all depend on the existing environment (network, number of seats, business type, etc.) that is in place. Hwever, in most cases a 45-60 day implementation timeline (after solution selection is made) would be the average which would include the planning, implementation and support.
  • Is CCaaS suitable for small businesses?
    Yes, CCaaS can be a viable solution for small businesses as it allows them to access advanced contact center capabilities without the need for significant upfront investments in infrastructure.
  • How does CCaaS support remote work?
    CCaaS platforms enable agents to work remotely as long as they have an internet connection. Agents can access the contact center system and handle customer interactions from anywhere, enhancing workforce flexibility.
  • Is CCaaS secure and compliant with industry regulations?
    Reputable CCaaS providers prioritize security and compliance with industry standards such as GDPR and HIPAA. They implement robust security measures to protect customer data and ensure data privacy.
  • Do I have to purchase a full contact center seat, or will I have the option to choose only what I need at a given time?
    This is one of the many benefits of a CCaaS solution. You can choose only what you need at first (e.g. You can have an ACD & IVR only, without Omni-channel or WFO)

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