Logicalis targets digital-first leaders

Launches managed Intelligent Connectivity service.

Logicalis has launched Intelligent Connectivity, a solution designed to empower digital-first customers to improve business performance and user experience by operating with connectivity as a managed service.



“Connectivity is critical to success in the digital-first economy. Organisations need to have confidence in their network as the key enabler for their digital transformation efforts." comments Michael Chanter, COO of Logicalis Group.



The Logicalis Intelligent Connectivity solution is a modern managed service, architected for user experience and provides a consumption-based, insights-driven approach to networking. The solution is built on Cisco SDWAN and SASE technology and delivers:



Agility and scalability – scale the network up or down based on business demand and react quickly to changing requirements.

Security by design – take advantage of opportunities in real time, as security is woven into the fabric of the network by design.

Predictable user insights – access to real-time insights into connectivity and app performance which allows for proactive management and reliable user experience.

Sustainability by design – digitalise and dematerialise core IT solutions, measurably reducing carbon footprint.


Chanter continues: “In a digital-first world geared towards responsible business, customers require connectivity that combines a measurable user experience with the scale and flexibility to allow them to pivot to new opportunities as they arise. Our solution allows customers to proactively optimise user experience and also obtain actionable insights to reduce their carbon impact.”

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