Arrowdawn has secured a series of contracts with a combined value of £200,000.
The Cisco specialist, which supports 300 client offices across 25 countries, has landed additional projects from five companies seeking further support and maintenance for the upgrade of existing infrastructure.
Arrowdawn will upgrade a drilling support service firm’s local area network (LAN) and wi-fi in five offices across the UK, the Middle East and Norway, while for another oil and gas firm it will deliver LAN and firewall upgrades on six vessels.
An industrial services company has called on Arrowdawn to support and maintain communications and networks infrastructure across 28 global sites.
Arrowdawn will support and maintain a UK residential care company’s communications and networks infrastructure across 24 locations, while further LAN and wide area network (WAN) projects will be carried out across 28 premises for a business in the agricultural sector.
Gordon Adie, managing director at Arrowdawn, said: “These latest contract agreements highlight the high level and broad range of our capabilities in the networks and communications arena across a diverse range of sectors. We’re playing a key role for companies requiring an upgrade or the scaling of operations. Our proactive support and ability to deliver projects within tight timeframes was a key factor in winning this work.”
Arrowdawn delivers a broad range of network services and communications products and services to customers including data network infrastructure, VPN, wifi connectivity, VoIP and security solutions. Clients include North Sea oil and gas operators and global oilfield service firms.
The company specialises in the integration and migration of customer networks, particularly those requiring connectivity between multiple sites on a global scale. In addition, it has separated and integrated networks for large clients following merger and acquisition activity.
Arrowdawn also provides proactive 24/7 maintenance and monitoring support to clients with direct contact to an engineer rather than a call centre.