Business Telephone Solutions
Paging and Clock Management Systems
TSIowa recently announced the further expansion of our company with the purchase of Robinson Telecommunications in New Hampton.
Video Conferencing Studios
What else can be found on our website?
Cedar Rapids 319-393-0585
Cedar Falls/Waterloo 319-229-7454
New Hampton 641-394-3301
If you have a Simplex system that needs to be repaired, upgraded or replaced, we can help.
We offer surveillance systems from exacqVision Technologies, a leading developer of Video Management System (VMS) solutions for security and surveillance applications. ExacqVision VMS client-server solutions are scalable from a small single camera solution to large scale corporate or campus systems with thousands of cameras in multiple locations.
Surveillance and Camera Systems
Des Moines 515-331-0444
The Corona virus pandemic has changed the way we work, the way we do business and the way we communicate. It’s likely that many will split their time between working from home and from the office. We offer a great solution to address this changing work environment, Poly Studio Video Conferencing.
TSIowa has always offered paging solutions for our customers and have found that Valcom paging products offer the best solutions for most applications. This includes their Class Connection Solution, clock management and paging solutions designed specifically for K-12 schools and similar organizations.
The Products and Services we offer...
TSIowa (formerly Telecom Services of Iowa) is a provider of IP and Digital business telephone systems, network infrastructure (voice, data & fiber optic cabling), surveillance systems, SIP trunk service and other telecom related offerings.
These include Cordless Headsets, Wireless Access Networks, Wireless Access Points (WAPs) and video conferencing studios. We provide service and support for telephone systems across eastern and central Iowa.
TSIowa is a provider of IP business telephone systems and a source of ongoing support for the phone systems we have sold over the years. While the use of on-premise phone systems continues to stand the test of time, the days of digital phones are going away. Digital phones are powered by the phone system, connected via a direct cable from each phone to the system. They are being replaced by more current technology, on-premise IP solutions that utilize a user’s Local Area Network (LAN) to power IP phones and connect them to the IP phone system. This same IP technology can be configured to support remote users and Cloud based services as well.
Iowa City 319-333-7714