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Data and Voice

Data/Voice (DVS) is a division with a mission to save your business the valuable time and money spent managing expensive, inefficient, or incorrectly billed telecommunication services. How? We analyze the current monthly billing statements, contracts and service records of your business, and then renegotiate your contracts with local, long distance, and data providers. The end result is that DVS minimizes the expense and maximizes the efficiency of these services.

Save Money -- Our clients pay their vendors as much as 40% less, and only compensate DVS a percentage of the savings.

Save Time -- DVS manages the relationships between our clients and their service providers, resulting in only one point of contact.

Impartial Recommendations -- DVS is independent of all vendors, therefore our recommendations to clients are determined solely upon need, price, and quality of service.

Continuous Monitoring -- DVS is constantly informed of current rate specials and industry trends, and will proactively manage your accounts to maximize savings.

Accountability-- DVS holds carriers accountable to deliver the agreed upon services at the contracted rates.

MWS’s account managers are experts in the voice and data transmission industries. Their experience guarantees the knowledge and contacts necessary to leverage various service providers against each other to secure the lowest price available based upon your company’s usage.  We are fully qualified to address any service issue, thus allowing you to concentrate on business rather than an ever-changing telecommunication industry.


Voice Services

PRI - A switched service on a full digital network. It is 30% more efficient that a T-1 for inward and outward dialing and offers alternate routing. A PRI circuit provides 23 voice channels and 10 channels used for signaling.

Integrated T-1 - Both data and voice services are combined on one circuit so there is no need to maintain separate networks.

Integrated PRI - An integrated voice and Internet option on one circuit that allows you to specify bandwidth allocations.

Conference Calling

A conference call is one in which the calling party wishes to have more than one called party listen into the audio portion of the call. Conference calls are designed to allow the called party to participate during the call, or the call may be set up so that the called party merely listens and cannot speak.

Toll Free Service

Provides an easy way for customers to reach you while offering the ability to manage these calls. Toll-free services can be programmed to your existing phone lines and offers unified billing with call detail and summaries.

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)

Communications is the lifeblood of any company, and if you’ve been trusting your telephone services to a standard landline, you may be missing out on some features that could cut costs and help your business run more efficiently. Combining your data systems with VoIP technology will allow you to maintain communications with a lower total cost. Plus, you’ll streamline your communications systems with only one network to manage.

  • VoIP works by transforming voice signals into digital signals and sending them over the web like data. This double-duty workload increases functionality of your data systems, giving you a variety of flexible options to choose from
  • Instantly add, move or change phone extensions
  • Choose any area code
  • Easily integrate video conferencing, messaging and data exchange

Control all communications from any web browser

Internet Services

Multiple Wireless Solutions has the experience and vendor relationships to provide your business a variety of Internet solutions, whether it is wireless or wire-line that best fit’s your requirements. MWS understands that the Internet is mission critical to today’s business environment. Our goal is to provide your company with high-speed, fast connections on a reliable network for a great price.

Internet Services and Speeds


364K or greater364K of bandwidth

Full T-1

1.5 MB of bandwidth

Bonded T-1

3.0 MB of bandwidth (2 bonded T-1’s)4.5 MB of bandwidth (3 bonded T-1’s)
6.0 MB of bandwidth (4 bonded T-1’s)


45 MB of bandwidth

Different Types of Wireless Internet Access

3G Cellular Wireless Internet Access is third-generation technology in the context of mobile cellular phone standards. The services associated with 3G include wide-area wireless voice telephony and broadband wireless data, all in a mobile environment. In marketing 3G services, video telephone has often been suggested as the best application for 3G.

WiFi Internet Access began as wireless local area networks (WLANs). Information Technology (IT) professionals dreamed up WLANs to make the administration of moving personnel around in corporate business environments easier. In addition, this technology allows staff to stay connected to their corporate networks as they roame from one meeting to the next, regardless of where they are located on corporate campus.

WiFi provides an amazing amount of wireless bandwidth, which can support voice, video and data applications. Common uses for WiFi now include high-speed wireless Internet access, VoIP phone calls,  gaming, video surveillance and network connectivity for a wide variety of consumer electronics such as televisions, DVD players, and digital cameras.

There are more than 250,000 public Internet WiFi hotspots where users can get free or fee-based wireless Internet access. This does not include the nearly 10 million residential and business wireless access points and wireless routers that are attached to a DSL or cable modem broadband connection. Turn on a laptop in an airport, bus station, shopping mall, apartment complex, residential neighborhood, franchise restaurant, truck stop or hotel and you are almost guaranteed to find a WiFi Internet access point that will provide users with wireless high-speed Internet access.

Wireless mesh networking is implemented over a series of outdoor Wi-Fi access points that all mesh together into a single, unified wireless network. Mesh is a wireless co-operative communication infrastructure between a massive amount of individual wireless transceivers that have Ethernet type capabilities.

This type of infrastructure can be without a central server for less scalable applications or centralized for high scalable applications. Both are relatively inexpensive and very reliable, as each node need only transmit as far as the next node. Nodes act as repeaters to transmit data from nearby nodes to peers that are too far away to reach, resulting in a network that can span large distances, especially over rough or difficult terrain. If one node drops out of the network due to hardware failure or any other reason, its neighbors simply find another route. Extra capacity can be installed by simply adding more nodes. Mesh networks may involve either fixed or mobile devices.

WiMAX aims to provide wireless data over long distances in a variety of different ways, from point-to-point links to full-mobile cellular access. This enables a user to browse the Internet on a laptop without physically connecting to a wall jack. WiMAX enables the delivery of last mile wireless broadband access as an alternative to cable and DSL. This could result in lower pricing for both home and business customers as competition lowers prices. In areas without pre-existing physical cable or telephone networks, WiMAX may be a viable alternative for broadband access that has been economically unavailable. Prior to WiMAX, many operators have been using proprietary fixed wireless technologies for broadband services.

Some cellular companies are evaluating WiMAX as a means of increasing bandwidth for a variety of data-intensive applications; Sprint Nextel announced in mid-2006 that it would be investing about 3 billion dollars in a WiMAX technology build out to be rolled out in April 2008.

Telephone Systems

Multiple Wireless Solutions is partnered with many of the industry’s leading IP telephony technology companies. MWS and our vendors offer our customers expertise in designing, implementing, maintaining and managing their voice and data networks. Below is a complete breakdown of possible solutions, products and services everyone of our customer’s can experience.


  • IP Telephony
  • Messaging
  • CRM
  • Contact Center
  • Wireless
  • Security


  • IP PBX
  • Call management software
  • Voicemail services/messaging
  • Unified Messaging
  • CRM software
  • Security software


  • Consulting
  • Nationwide installs
  • Maintenance agreements
  • Moves, adds & changes
  • Structured wiring
  • Programming & Training
  • Certified Technicians

Some of MWS’s partners are Avaya, Lucent Technology, Nortel and AT&T.


With telecom technology evolving at a rapid pace, business managers are having a difficult time keeping up with all the changes. Businesses are faced with having to choose and implement technologies such as Voice Over IP, Web Conferencing, IP Based Phone Systems, traditional voice communications services,  Internet T1s, PRIs, cellular and complicated customer premise telecom equipment. Many of these technologies have evolved in the past 3 years, thereby requiring business managers to research and implement new telecommunications technologies that will make or break their business. VoIP is here today as a viable technology that can be utilized by either small to large businesses, public schools, and universities. Multiple Wireless Solutions’ consulting program can help you determine if new equipment or services are the answer to bring your situation up-to-date. With MWS’s experienced sales staff and wide array of relationships, we will provide your business with the best solution and most competitive pricing based upon the requirements and needs of your business.