Some of the companies we have worked with

Level3 Communications

Level3 is a Tier 1 telecommunications provider with offices around the world. The company provides core transport, IP, voice, video and content delivery for most of the medium to large internet carriers in North America, Europe, Latin America and selected cities in Asia.


JLL is a financial and professional services firm specialising in real estate services and investment management. With more than 40,000 people in more than 1,000 locations in 70 countries, they serve the local, regional and global real estate needs of their clients.


Pearson is the world's leading education company. From pre-school to high school, early learning to professional certification, our curriculum materials, multimedia learning tools and testing programmes help to educate millions of people worldwide - more than any other private enterprise.


Swiftserve is a new generation Content Delivery Network (CDN) designed specifically to meet the rich media demands of the 21st century Internet. Leading content owners, service providers and ISPs use the global Swiftserve CDN to speed up the delivery of large digital assets, accelerating web sites and streaming HD video.


AV22 offers an innovative approach to solve modern day economic challenges that face educational institutions, professional bodies and corporate clients. AV22 builds a partnership with clients to create online distance learning courses, implement marketing campaigns and fund the development. is a resource for use by music students at universities and colleges in the UK to be inspired and to learn about business and enterprise in the music industry. The main content on YMB is video and audio case studies featuring working musician and industry professionals giving advice and guidance to young people aspiring to build carreers in music.


Conversant is a Singapore based, privately held technology company focussing on developing innovative products for telecommunication service providers. Service providers worldwide are facing increasing business pressures as the telco network evolves from a voice & data centric network to a network driven by video content and applications.