Arrowdawn, the Aberdeen-based networks and communications specialist, has secured contracts worth £330,000 in the past three months.
The business, which also has operations in Inverness and Edinburgh, has delivered projects for two operators, a global oilfield services firm and an integrated services provider for the oil and gas industry.
The latest projects included the upgrade of local area network (LAN) on offshore platforms, replacement of outdated communications infrastructure, implementation of a wireless network and cloud-managed infrastructure and support for LAN, WAN (wide area network) and voice and data networks across 13 global offices.
Gordon Adie, managing director of Arrowdawn, said: “These relatively complex projects have created upgraded networks for clients as they look to utilise modern-day technologies and communication solutions.
“More and more companies are looking to upgrade networks to harness the benefits of the Internet of Things, and in doing so turn data into insights and opportunities. This means there is a greater requirement for a more robust and resilient communication and network infrastructure.
“We were delighted to support clients’ IT departments to implement these projects which will support business continuity and future growth. The recent contracts wins are a credit to our in-house expertise and commitment to customer service.”
Arrowdawn delivers a wide range of network services and communications products to customers including data network infrastructure, VPN, wifi connectivity, VoIP and security solutions.
The company specialises in the integration and migration of customer networks, particularly those requiring connectivity between multiple sites on a global scale.Arrowdawn also offers a consultancy to advise on issues in its area of expertise. It also provides proactive 24/7 maintenance and monitoring support to clients with direct contact to an engineer rather than a call centre.
The business was established in 2000 and provides its services across a wide range of sectors including energy, professional services and third sector organisations.