Retail 1-2-3, the world’s first ever retail-specific complete SD-WAN solution and the only solution globally under £100 per month, per site, bringing a potential saving of 65% on network costs. It has been created specifically to save retail businesses money at this critical time and in some instances, those savings run into multiple millions.

Retail 1-2-3 costs around just 35% of MPLS and an average of half the cost of all other SD-WANs on the market today and delivers affordable, cutting edge network intelligence, complete network visibility, centralised control, business application focus and non-intrusive zero touch deployment. As well as reducing network costs, Retail 1-2-3 boosts network performance ensuring applications, POS units, CCTV, remote working and even guest WI-FI operate at optimal levels and are always connected.

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Retail 1-2-3 costs around just 35% of MPLS and an average of half the cost of all other SD-WANs on the market today and delivers affordable, cutting edge network intelligence, complete network visibility, centralised control, business application focus and non-intrusive zero-touch deployment. As well as reducing network costs, Retail 1-2-3 boosts network performance ensuring applications, POS units, CCTV, remote working and even guest WI-FI operate at optimal levels and are always connected.

The all-inclusive price of £99.95 includes:

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SDWAN Solutions CEO, Anthony Senter says “We’ve brought the launch of SDWAN 1-2-3 forward by months, working round the clock to get it ready for when it is most needed, so that we can help businesses at this difficult time.

“We designed Retail 1-2-3 as an SD-WAN solution specifically for retail to solve the connectivity vs cost issues for all stores, from micro to megastores as we understand that business needs are the same across all stores, but budgets are entirely different. We want all retail businesses to benefit from what amounts to a huge potential saving, and believe our other offers such as Service 1-2-3 for hairdressers, beauty salons and spas, Fast 1-2-3 for restaurant’s, coffee shops and takeaways and IoT 1-2-3 for any device monitoring, will help the UK high street recover and get back to business.”

Click here for more information on how RETAIL 1-2-3 works, along with FAST 1-2-3 (F&B), IoT 1-2-3 (Internet of Things devices), CHARITY 1-2-3, REMOTE 1-2-3 and SERVICE 1-2-3

sdwan-solutions.co.uk is an award-winning business and ranked in the top ten of UK SD-WAN providers. They have created 5 world-first network innovations which have beaten Google, Juniper and Cisco (to name a few) to market. These global tech giants soon followed our lead and announced roadmaps to take their own versions of our innovations to market – but we consider that a compliment and an endorsement of the need for our inventions!

FAQ

My existing 20mbps MPLS costs over £300 per month per site, how can you offer a comparable service for £100?

We developed SDWAN 1-2-3 for that exact reason – there are thousands of small stores etc. and companies using IOT devices that require constant connection to remote Data centres, devices, hubs, cloud or even to the Internet, but cannot justify spending over £300 per month. Innovation in technology, being able to offer solutions using cost effective connectivity options, implementing smarter ways of working, solid vendor relationships and having our own hardware devices means that we can offer quality solutions at affordable prices – without compromising on solution benefit.

What are the differences between Options 1, 2 & 3?

SD-WAN services are subscription-based and charged according to bandwidth throughout. Many customers have small bandwidth requirements. Option 1 has a 20Mbps SD-WAN licence, effectively supporting 20Mbps traffic throughput at any time. This is sufficient to connect up to 8 POS devices, supply business Internet for a handful of users, connect security cameras, connect to DC’s, HQ and warehouses,  update live stock inventories etc. Option 2 supplies 50Mbps traffic supporting many more users, connections and devices, as well as introducing guest WiFi. Option 3 is tailored to your specific requirements and supplies throughput options from 200Mbps up to 5Gbps.

Can I mix and match Options 1, 2 & 3 in a single solution?

Yes – SD-WAN 1-2-3 is designed to do exactly that. Smaller locations need less connectivity (and have less budget) than medium and large sites. We work with you to ensure each and every location has the correct connectivity solution, without sacrificing any benefit.

My stores already have a single FTTC internet connection, can I still use SD-WAN 1-2-3?

Yes, we can replace one of our connections with your existing connection or include it in our solution. Your connection must have a private IP address. You remain responsible for the payment and support of the existing service. As and when your existing service becomes out of contract, we will gladly discuss replacing the service with an SDWAN Solutions service, so that you have a complete and fully managed solution end to end, with a single point of contact and support.

What’s the difference between SD-WAN 1-2-3 and your standard SD-WAN solutions?

SDWAN 1-2-3 Option 1 offers a 20Mbps licence and a purpose built SD-WAN hardware device, whereas our standard SD-WAN solutions start at 50Mbps and include a higher specification SD-WAN device capable of running additional VNF installations etc.

Is SD-WAN 1-2-3 suitable for every business i.e. an office environment?

Option 1 has been designed to cater for smaller sites with reduced bandwidth use and smaller budgets. Options 2 and 3 are suitable for most other requirements, offering solutions up to 5Gbps.

Can I trial an SD-WAN 1-2-3 solution in a few branches to make sure that it is suitable for my group?

We demonstrate the solution in a FREE OF CHARGE 2 week Proof of Concept trial live on your network to show how SDWAN 1-2-3 solves a pre-agreed list of criteria. Please ask us for details on how to get started. We can also demo the solution live in our SD-WAN Research and Development laboratory.

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