ROOM 40 COMMUNICATIONS



Our Name



Room 40 Communications gets its name from a tiny corner of history. The original 'Room 40' was located in the Old Admiralty Building in London, UK - the headquarters of the British Navy.

In 1914, Room 40 began intercepting secret coded wireless messages from the German Navy and making them readable.

Inspired by the British Admiralty’s work in World War I, Room 40 Communications helps clients communicate clearly by making complex messages simple and effective.





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