Titan Rocks

Telephony solutions provider Titan Technology will be rocking and rolling at this year’s music festivals after being appointed to work with Wireless Events Ltd during the summer season.

This is the first year that festivals have opted for hosted telephony and Pipecentric, Titan Technology’s hosted VoIP service will be providing hosted voice solutions at many of this year’s festivals including Glastonbury, Leeds, Oxygen, T in the Park, Reading, V and many more.

Warwickshire based Titan began work at the beginning of June as they successfully brought Isle of Wight, the oldest festival in the country, into the digital age.

The company was founded in 1996 to service SME’s with all telephony solutions including mobiles, broadband, line rental etc. In 2004 Titan recognised that IP telephony would eventually replace conventional telephony and became an early adopter of this technology. It is this experience that makes them a leader in hosted IP telephony and has resulted in their fast growth and ability to deal with complex projects such as these.

Jeremy Rollinson, Director at Wireless Events Ltd said, “Working with Titan and Pipecentric for Isle of Wight festival made everything so easy. We were able to install 8 broadband lines as opposed to having to find time to install more than 30 land lines which would have to have been done historically. It was certainly a challenge taking things VOIP but it went smoothly and I am looking forward to tackling the even bigger festivals over the summer now!”

Rob Murdoch, sales director at Titan technology Ltd said,”Over the next three years it is estimated that more than 50% of corporate telecommunication will be run over IP networks – this is a classic example of that shift. There are massive benefits for festivals going VOIP – not least that it takes far less time than using traditional land lines and the fact that substantial cost savings will be made. We were thrilled to be able to support Wireless Events Ltd and are really looking forward to rest of the summer!”