Radio Taxis completes infrastructure upgrade

Radio Taxis, the renowned London cab service, has completed a three-month infrastructure upgrade with PSTG. 

As part of a wider office move programme, the taxi service has consolidated its critical phone systems into a single infrastructure offering reduced energy use and improved efficiency and resilience. 

PSTG helped upgrade Radio Taxis’ core network to a virtual private local area network service that has cut costs, enhanced site and infrastructure resilience, improved efficiency and security, and given the company extra capacity for growth. 

On telephony, a migration from an Integrated Services Digital Network to Session Initiation Protocol technology has helped cut costs by 80% while improving quality. The system has multi-site failover capacity for disaster recovery.

The new, fully redundant system replaces two office-based systems and is housed at a Tier 3 Volta data centre in central London, run as a managed service by PSTG. 

It gives Radio Taxis a more scalable way of meeting customer demands, while also significantly reducing power consumption and carbon emissions.

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