We design, deploy and manage the networks on which our customers run their businesses in an increasingly digital world. We monitor tens of thousands of devices across 65 countries, and power managed services for some of the UK’s biggest ICT brands.
Our SD WAN-enabled global hybrid networks blend carriers and technologies to optimise cost and delivery. Bonded 4G circuits deploy sites within days to mitigate circuit delays and guarantee critical dates.
Our world-leading management platform improves application performance by monitoring the entire application path, raising 95% of key issues proactively. Our end to end digital processes deliver Right First Time with clear, accurate bills.
We monitor tens of thousands of devices across 65 countries, and power managed services for some of the UK’s biggest ICT brands.
We use advanced Hybrid Networks and a world-leading monitoring platform to give you the best network, the best application performance, the least hassle and the best price we can possibly deliver. We manage your carriers so that you don’t have to!
Our hybrid networks, enhanced by SD-WAN, blend carriers and technologies to optimise the price of every site, and minimise installation cost with zero touch deployment. We offer transparent pricing for peace of mind.
We phase your migrations to suit you, minimising cost and hassle.
Our advanced monitoring shows the whole application path, raises 95% of key issues proactively and allows detailed reporting and drill-down to show issues and long-term trends.
Our end to end digital systems and processes deliver Right First Time with clear, accurate bills.
“SAS has a consistent approach, they’re resilient and we work as a solid team – that’s what you need from a comms partner when you’re running your business in the cloud.”
Princes underpins its SAP deployment on Amazon Web Services with a hybrid WAN from SAS. Princes was keen to deploy SAP on Amazon Web Services (AWS) because the platform offered increased agility and flexibility for systems development, as well as significant annual cost savings. To take advantage of these benefits, the company needed to migrate its existing SAP suite of applications from a hosted data centre solution to the cloud.
Finding a partner with knowledge of both SAP and AWS was a prerequisite.It was also essential to have a network infrastructure with the throughput and resilience to enable uninterrupted access for Princes’ 2,500 users. SAS designed and implemented a hybrid WAN solution, working with other project stakeholders to engineer a smooth transition to AWS.
Our client wanted to monitor applications delivered from the UK to a global workforce but could not get essential network intelligence or monitoring capabilities directly from its carrier. SAS designed a bespoke solution that provides real-time reporting and trending analysis for the company’s large global network consisting of over 200 infrastructure devices.
more functional and reliable network
'competent and reliable'
200 devices: routers, LAN controllers, APs, firewalls, switches, etc.
4G WAN CONNECTIVITY
As part of a £1bn+ project to extend and improve the A14 between Cambridge and Huntingdon, the A14 integrated delivery team needed to establish a fixed line and mobile infrastructure along a 31km stretch of greenfield land. A key objective was to deliver secure access to cloud-based applications for 650 users alongside secure access to several corporate networks (bring your own corporate device, or BYOCD). SAS delivered a secure, agile network that allowed corporate network access, open access for local and cloud services, and roaming between sites.
LoS connections between sites
Connected 31km of greenfield land
4G WAN CONNECTIVITY
A European bank Real Estate company experienced a critical network failure, disabling all connectivity between its London HQ and six UK sites. Not only did this represent a 90% loss of data services for its users, it also meant the company would have to wait up to 90 days for a replacement network to be delivered.
An SAS bonded 4G WAN solution was installed and working within five days of initial contact, restoring all site connectivity and providing an effective interim solution while new permanent circuits were sourced.
In total, six regional sites and around 200 staff were affected by the network failure. At five of the sites, SAS installed its standard six-bonded-sim solution, incorporating two to three wireless access points and a single router. A slightly more complex configuration was used for the larger midlands branch.
5-day 4G WAN
35% Cost Saving
100% Service Recovery