SAS Global Communications is shortlisted twice at 2015 Comms National Awards


London - SAS Global Communications today announced that it has been shortlisted for the ‘Best SME Mobile/Mobile Data Solution’ and the ‘Best Enterprise Mobile/Mobile Data Solution’ categories in CNA’s 2015 awards. The prestigious awards have been celebrating channel achievements across all sectors for more than 25 years.

The shortlist was drawn up by an independent judging panel, which identified SAS as one of the firms to have made the greatest strides in delivering complex medium to high bandwidth carrier agnostic, multi-sim mobile 3/4G data solutions in the UK and abroad in a highly competitive and growing market.

SAS, an international provider of managed and professional network services, which designs and manages bespoke IP communications networks for more than 250 customers worldwide, hopes to be amongst the winners chosen following a vote from fellow industry professionals.

“We’re really pleased to be recognised for our expertise in this new and growing market,” said Charles Davis, CEO of SAS Global Communications. “More and more businesses are making the move to hybrid IP networking solutions to overcome the long lead times of fixed line data circuits. This is a great endorsement of our hybrid networking skills and our commitment to helping our customers be more agile and responsive. SAS has invested significantly in our hybrid managed networking portfolio which covers multi-SIM bonded 3/4G, ADSL and Satellite services. We can help organisations whether they require rapid site deployment, temporary or seasonal site deployment, vehicular site connectivity, or carrier resilience and diverse site connectivity.”

The awards ceremony will be held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London’s Covent Garden on Thursday 22nd October. More information on the evening can be found at

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