Managed Wide Area Networks
Connecting multiple sites together on a wide area network (WAN) is now a fundamental requirement for many businesses. As the reliance on IT grows, the quality of the WAN infrastructure is crucial in supporting effective and productive working between employees, customers and suppliers.
Your business is growing and you may have outgrown your current network capabilities and its capacity to allow you to operate efficiently.
You may have an expensive legacy network or feel you are not getting value for money.
Your operational business model may require you to build a new type of network.
Whatever your reason for looking into Managed Wide Area Networks, Exa can provide you with a solution to meet your requirements. We understand that all businesses are different, operate differently, and have different requirements. This is why Exa will allocate a lead consultant to you who will manage the concept, engineer the design, and project manage your solution from start to implementation and ensure you get exactly what you expect and when you expect it. Our lead consultants will then handle your account and be an important point of contact thereafter.
A leased line is a private high-performance circuit between a customer and a service provider’s network for Internet access or as a point-to-point circuit between two sites. It is rented on an annual basis and usually carries voice and data or both. A leased line is not contended or shared and delivers dedicated guaranteed bandwidth straight to the internet backbone. Although more expensive than broadband, leased lines are supported by a comprehensive Service-Level Agreement (SLA) with a guaranteed fix time and a compensation clause.
A private DSL Network is a very cost effective way of connecting multiple sites to a main site in a hub and spoke network design. The service does not touch the internet in any way and is totally private and secure.