Business Broadband – A flexible and cost-effective connection that can be up-scaled as required. The services are assessed to make sure contention ratios (sharing) are minimised.
Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) – This is very different from a standard broadband service; it is truly built for business. Service Level Agreements (SLA) are provided and are backed up by the providers. There is access to Network Operation Centre (NOC) engineers as well as faster paths for fault escalation, where required. What is purchased is what is delivered, there are no contention issues with DIA products.
Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) – Secure Private Networks (SPN) are deployed via a routing technique in telecommunication networks, directing data from one ‘node’ to the next based on short path labels, rather than long network addresses. This avoids complex lockups in a routing table and speeds up the flow of data traffic.
Managed Wide Area Network (WAN) – A value added, outsourced service including monitoring, reporting, security and outsourced customer premises equipment (CPE). These can include a network containing groups of LANs and other systems.
Managed WiFi – Wireless LAN – Provision of Wi-Fi internet access for guests (public access), residents, and employees (private access) throughout a premises. Designs typically include devices such as wireless controllers, wireless access points, switches and extensive cabling. One fully managed end-to-end solution, with built in security.
Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) – This is changing the way organisations think about networking multiple locations. Our SD-WAN portfolio leads the market by providing access to the leading SD-WAN vendors technology.