As telecommunications technology shrinks the world, we’re on a mission to remove language barriers so nothing can hold your business back.
Telecoms translation can be complex and technical so you need an interpreter who speaks your language as well as your customers. Our translators and interpreters are all highly qualified and experienced. Not only do they ensure an excellent level of communication, but they will also have a good understanding of your subject matter or business.
Our team of industry specialist translators and interpreters love technology as much as they love language so you will be able to have highly accurate technical conversations with no added pressure. We take great pride in our telecoms translation service and ensure the highest professional standard is delivered.
While telecommunication technologies never stop changing, the right choice of words remains as important today as when Alexander Graham Bell made his first phone call in 1876. Today, we network internationally every day from mobile phones, landlines and call centres. But this doesn’t have to impede the level of communication.
The telecommunications industry is fast-moving, highly technical and growing rapidly. We know how important networking and global, intercultural communication is. So we pride ourselves on having translators and interpreters that know the industry. Our telecoms interpreting and translation services can be tailored to your business.
From Frame Relay P.S.T.N. to packet-switched Voice over IP networking technologies, we’ve got you covered.
Our telecommunication translation services include:
- Carrier class-technical documentation translation
- Mobile and consumer electronics manual translation
- GSM and SMS infrastructure technical translation
- Simultaneous interpreters for telecoms conferences
- On-demand telephone interpreters
We know that the fast-moving world of telecoms technologies never stops changing but the right choice of words remains as important today as when Alexander Graham Bell made his first phone call in 1876.
Let’s discuss how we can meet your telecommunication translation needs today.