Network as a Service (NaaS)
NaaS is a cost model in which we can make state-of-the-art technology accessible and available in the short term at low operational costs.
What is NaaS?
A typical network is constructed at one point in time and expanded over the years by deploying new additions on top the existing network, merges or take-overs, or the opening of new sites. We see a mixture of new and legacy equipment, sometimes unsupported, running various operating systems and configurations. These installations require a lot of manual effort and are sensitive to issues and incidents, resulting in a lot of spent engineering hours.
We believe a modern automatable solid hierarchical and consistent architecture is more resilient and it has a notable impact on the spent engineering hours.
If we can lower the effort, we can lower the cost. Those released funds can be invested in modern and automatable equipment. We will provide our managed customers the opportunity to migrate to a new and solid architecture without the need to raise their budget.
What are the benefits?
More efficient IT staff and higher performing equipment based on the latest technologies.
Choose for a monthly OPEX fee or a CAPEX investment for full cost predictability.
Better usage of resources, less money required for changes and troubleshooting and faster implementation. Higher up-time of the infrastructure.
Full control from one centralized dashboard and lifecycle management of all equipment.
What will you get?
- A state-of-the-art network from day 1
- Higher stability and quality
- Focus on business support
- Lower TCO while increasing security, availability, flexibility, operational speed and making your environment ready for the future
How do we work?
- Onboard the current network and temporarily support & monitor
- Determine NaaS approach & roadmap
- Integrate the NOC processes
- Acceptance testing
- Migrate to new infrastructure
- Start automated network operations
Why is this a priority?
Networks that naturally expanded and evolved over the years typically cost a lot of money, time and resources to maintain. Valuable resources you wish you could focus where it really matters. Combine this with the lack of scale for automation and tools, and the non-available internal resources and skills to do it yourself, and you immediately understand the benefits of the NaaS approach.