Wireless Logic partners with Exponential-e on SD-WAN deployments

IoT connectivity platform provider Wireless Logic has been working with IT, cloud and network services provider Exponential-e to help strengthen its SD-WAN deployments.

UK-based Exponential-e has used Wireless Logic’s virtual private network, NetPro infrastructure, combined with its connectivity management platform, SIMPro, to guarantee secure connectivity across LPWAN (NB-IoT, LTE-M), 4G and 5G.

The company services over 3,000 companies, with customers including Virgin Atlantic, Guinness World Records and Channel 4. Due to its rapid growth, the company required high quality and secure cellular connectivity to further enhance customer solutions.

It also required the technical ability to integrate cellular networks directly into. Its core data centres via Network to Network Interface (NNI). 

Wireless Logic helped Exponential-e to provide customers with a carrier grade 4G solution using Fixed Private IP and private APNs over dual dedicated NNIs for added resilience across customers’ WAN infrastructure.

“Exponential-e prides itself in having an extensive network portfolio,” said Rachel Gnaiah, product manager at Exponential-e. “By partnering with Wireless Logic, we were able to provide our mobile connectivity offering not only nationally, but also internationally, whilst allowing us to enhance our propositions within the IoT space and Industry 4.0.”

Ollie Wallington, head of business development at Wireless Logic said that the company’s agnostic approach is highly valued by its customers, who look to the Wireless Logic team as ‘trusted advisors’.

“This, along with our exceptional network of customers and partners, make us ideally placed to support Exponential-e’s SD-WAN deployment as well as other IoT applications that use cellular as a means of communications. We look forward to working with them on this and further projects in the future,” he said.

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