Abzorb transforms Norfolk network infrastructure with £1.2m project

Abzorb has delivered a £1.2m public sector SD-WAN project for Norfolk County Council (NCC) to boost performance and security across 221 sites.

Since enhancing the network infrastructure, 90% of end users at NCC say they see improvement in network performance.

Abzorb has created a bespoke internet-based solution that enables NCC to leverage the most appropriate networking technologies at each site, including FTTP, SoGEA, and Fibre Ethernet.

Dean Al-Sened, Head of Public Sector and Enterprise at Abzorb, said: “We simplified operations and found ways to maximise the value of existing equipment within a solution that leverages cloud, automation and cybersecurity.

“Public sector networking doesn’t have to be complicated. We worked in collaboration with Norfolk County Council to understand their ambition, strategy, IT estate and investments then developed a solution that wouldn’t require ‘ripping and replacing’ existing investments in technology.”

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