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With organisations driving digital transformation, the way your organisation uses data across multiple systems and cloud providers is increasing. Controlling, securing, and ensuring workers have the flexibility to work from multiple locations can be important to success.

A Software-Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) can help your organisation to securely connect users to applications regardless of what type of network they originate from. Deploying SD-WAN can be straightforward and gives you centralised control over network management, ensuring quality of service (QoS) for the network and applications.

Whilst SD-WAN cannot eliminate all expenses with MPLS, it does afford organisations the ability to connect users to cloud-based resources via an internet connection, drives efficiency and removes the dependency on expensive connection types.

We are experts in IT Infrastructure and offer a range of networking services. Whether you are looking for SD-WAN, Wireless or Fabric architecture, we have the expertise and experience to help you with your needs.

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Leased Lines

If you need a connection that is as fast as possible, then a leased line may be the right choice. With superfast upload and download speeds up to 10GBbps they can provide uninterrupted connectivity and handle data, video, and voice traffic. Leased lines can be used to link differing sites and are backed by Enterprise Service Level Agreements.


FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) and FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) uses a fibre optic connection to deliver connectivity. This is faster than traditional Broadband and both options use a shared connection, referred to as a contended service. This means that speeds can vary depending on usage and time of day etc.

Business Broadband

ADSL Broadband uses traditional copper telephone wires to deliver services. Whilst this may suit smaller organisations with limited need for connectivity, it is not a good option for those looking to use the internet for multiple users.

5G Network

Technology is constantly evolving and as it does so is our ability to use it. 5G delivers high-speed connectivity up to 100 times faster than 4G which can be used to great effect with mobile workforces that need to send and receive data or as a failover/backup solution for organisations with critical connectivity needs.


Microwave internet uses a microwave radio link to beam high-capacity data over the ‘Last mile’ of a connection. This can be delivered at Gigabit speeds and useful for sites that would struggle to get other connections but have a demanding requirement.

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How Great Connectivity Can Benefit You

The internet is an integral part of our lives, but sometimes it can be slow or unresponsive. This is frustrating for everyone, but especially for companies that rely on it to do business or schools that need it to teach their students. We know how important it is to get your internet right, so let us help you find a solution that works for you.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    You can find more information in our resources section, which can be found here. However, if you have a question or would like to discuss your requirements in more detail, call our network specialists on 0333 344 8971 or email

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is a global community of engineers, practitioners and academics working together to advance communication technology. The wireless IEEE standards 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11a, 802.11n, 802.11ac and 802.11ax are the industry specifications used to define the operation of a Wireless Network.

    In today’s wireless networks 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11ax is are the three widely used standards.

    We work extensively with the Public Sector and Education, helping organisations to map and understand technology needs. Working together, we can ensure that any RFQ’s and Tenders are built around the right outcomes and don’t waste unnecessary time.

    We have a range of managed IT Solutions but don’t support end users. Our expertise is ensuring your network performs, and our Co-Managed IT services do just that. We also have a range of Managed Cyber Security and Cloud solutions.


    We take security very seriously and offer a comprehensive range of solutions to help secure your network and users. You can find out more about our security services Here >>

    The IT industry and vendors are driving towards a subscription cloud-based model, and we partner with some of the leading providers of IaaS and Cloud. From Azure to AWS and OVHCloud, we can help scope, migrate and manage complex environments and infrastructure.

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