MLR achieves Cisco Advanced Networks Architecture Specialization ￼
To support the expanding role of Enterprise Networks solutions that leverage the intelligence of the network, MLR, the leading provider of secure, resilient networking, connectivity, and digital transformation solutions, announces that it has achieved Cisco’s Advanced Enterprise Networks Architecture Specialization.
By becoming a Cisco Advanced Networks Architecture Specialization partner, MLR has demonstrated its ability to design and deploy sophisticated, value-added Cisco solutions through in-depth technology skills, sales capabilities and service offerings for clients such as Pretty Little Thing, Stagecoach, South Western Railway and Village Hotels.
The Advanced Enterprise Networks Architecture Specialization enables clients to increase their pace of innovation and reduce their risk. MLR achieved the specialization through its in-depth training, sales capabilities, technology skills and service offerings. The specialization focuses on Cisco Software Defined Access (SDA) and SD-WAN solutions required to guide clients on the latest digital network solutions to help them maintain high-levels of performance, security and reliability while reducing costs.
The Cisco Advanced Enterprise Networks Architecture Specialization gives MLR added expertise to assist clients in:
- Virtualizing to run third-party applications and deliver services on any platform.
- Automating to speed up application rollouts, reduce risk and free IT staff to innovate.
- Improving decision making through analyses of users, applications, devices, and threats.
- Managing cloud services to enable fast adoption, on-demand scale, and broad partner support.
“By achieving this specialisation, MLR is even more well equipped to help our clients transform their networks to meet today’s digital demands,” said Ian Morris, MD, MLR. “Cisco is our key strategic partner, and we look forward to working with our clients to achieve the best mix of solutions to fit their complex business objectives.”