Network and communications specialist Arrowdawn has added further experience to its team with a key appointment.
Aberdeen-based Arrowdawn has appointed Frank Yule, who has nearly 30 years’ industry expertise, to the role of senior network engineer. He has previously worked with oil and gas operators as well as international oilfield service businesses.
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Arrowdawn has also given a year’s placement opportunity to Phil Smith, a third year BSc (Hons) computer network management and design student at Robert Gordon University.
Gordon Adie, managing director of Arrowdawn, said: “We’re delighted to add someone of Frank’s expertise to the team. He has a proven track record of delivering network solutions over a number of years for local, national and international projects.
“In addition, we’re offering Phil the opportunity to gain valuable, hands-on experience as he seeks to complete his degree at RGU. It is important that students are given the opportunity to engage with employers and gain a strong understanding of the working environment.”
Arrowdawn, a Cisco Partner, offers a wide range of network services and communications products and services to customers including VoIP solutions, data network infrastructure and security solutions.
The business specialises in working closely with companies where network and communications requirements are constantly changing, and implementing effective solutions. It also provides proactive maintenance of equipment and 24/7, on-site support to clients.
The company was established in 2000 and provides its services to a range of businesses, with a strong focus on the oil and gas industry. The business has clients across Scotland, London and in the North of England as well as supporting the international offices of its clients.