Who we are
We are Ausculta Ltd. Ausculta is a services business based in North Wiltshire founded in February 2014 to offer enterprise architecture, solution architecture and IT consulting services as well as local IT services. Since then we have expanded our services and invested significantly into Internet of Things research and development. Our website address is: http://ausculta.net.
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