SD WAN & Managed Networks

We deploy and run networks from SD WAN to MPLS for branch environments and remote workforces.

Solution IP are experts in managed network solutions, delivering a network infrastructure that responds to your organisational needs.

We can help you connect staff to other staff, or sites and offices in different locations, and our solutions enable secure data sharing and an enhanced, high-speed network performance.

Our team of experienced, in-house engineers will design, install and maintain the right network for you, based on your unique business challenges, needs and priorities.

Benefits to your business:

Why do I need to rethink my networks?

With UK businesses like yours adopting multiple cloud applications, increased data usage, alongside a mobile workforce and increased cybersecurity, networks must work dynamically on both a holistic and local level.

Our clients trust us to deliver secure, high performance, cost effective networking. Maximise your throughput, resilience and security to deliver consistent access that empowers your people to be brilliant, regardless of location.

How does it work?

Solution IP’s managed service layers are tailored to your company’s unique setup. Through considered design and next resilient network capabilities, your hybrid deployment will form the backbone of your digital growth.

From Hybrid, MPLS and Software Defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) the latest incarnation of WAN technology. SD-WAN is a huge step forward, the “Software Defined” part is the key here.

Unlike previous WAN technologies, SD-WAN is fully controlled by a centralised software application, creating a virtual network on top of the circuits, known as an overlay. This approach provides vast improvements in visibility, performance and manageability of the WAN.

1. Reliability: Deliver reliability and application performance predictability If businesses are going to move successfully from purely MPLS private WANs to SD-WANs, then delivering the reliability and predictability of application performance that expensive, over-engineered single-vendor networks like MPLS offer is essential.

2. Resilience: Dynamic support of multiple active links (circuits)

3. Network Usage: Efficient use of each WAN link, both inbound and outbound

4. Centrally-managed, locally adaptive: with MPLS, SD WAN and secured through Fortinet network protection.

A well-designed hybrid network supports traffic prioritisation and QoS, so you can use more of your WAN and reduce over-provisioning and spend.


More benefits include:

  • Support for real-time apps in real time
  • Secure and reliable access to cloud services and SaaS
  • Non-disruptive augmentation of existing enterprise WAN
  • Ease of use and ongoing
  • Ability to scale

Secure multi-site business connection

Share information privately, quickly and securely across multiple sites

Quality of service

Enjoy higher levels of reliability, speed, and voice quality

Resource management

Save IT resource with a single, centralised firewall

Disaster recovery

Connect data centres and other key sites in multiple ways and reconnect remote sites to backup locations quickly and easily

Traffic control

Prioritise or block information flow as necessary, and regulate the devices that can connect to your network

Your network, your choice:

The managed network that would work best for you depends on the unique nature and qualities of your business. Solution IP specialise in two distinct types of managed network.

SD-WAN is a wide area network – or WAN – architecture that works through a centralised platform, detaching the management of the network from the hardware itself.

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) – a technique or form of networking that gives you a completely private, dedicated network that can be linked to more than one site. Find out more.

Point-to-Pont (P2P) – a communications network joining two distinct points in a closed, highly secure manner. Find out more.

Interested in a Managed Network solution? Get in touch today!

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