Unlike their theory-oriented competitors, NAS Wireless and its team leverage their practical experience in the Cisco arena to create success stories akin to those mentioned above. “As a professional service provider, we are here to help the big players in tapping the Cisco solution stack at a reduced cost,” states Jim Bradfield, the CEO and director of NAS Wireless. Comprised of an agile team of highly skilled technology veterans with an average experience of 12 years, NAS Wireless removes the noise around the selection and deployment of the right solution while executing Cisco-based projects globally. The company analyzes the existing infrastructure of its clients, their business requirements, and outlays an elaborate roadmap before embedding its products.
To institutionalize a universal enterprise network that facilitates interoperability and seamless communication between a variety of devices, NAS Wireless deploys Cisco Aironet access points that can connect Wi-Fi devices, which are a part of multiple wireless environments.
As a professional service provider, we are here to help the big players in tapping the Cisco solution stack at a reduced cost
Through Cisco’s Wireless Controllers, they eliminate the complexities that may arise in the configuration and management of these devices. NAS Wireless acknowledges the significance of automating device operations, and to that end, they introduce the Cisco DNA Center for network management. While unlocking data and analytics through the Cisco DNA Center, a clear-view of network performance, at the individual device level, can be rendered at a reduced cost. Businesses can now create network policies, automate their implementation, and ensure better uptimes and enhanced security.
While NAS Wireless continues to untangle the puzzles in the Cisco landscape, they also ace the in the field of wireless communications. “We are not afraid to deal with challenges,” says Eric Stewart, the principal solutions architect at NAS Wireless. To illustrate their proficiency in wireless solutions, Stewart highlights the episode of how they helped a warehousing company counter their challenges. The client faced inefficiencies in collaboration while operating their warehousing facilities. NAS Wireless recommended applications that could be used to enhance their operation and communication for the customer. Eventually, the warehousing firm achieved optimal operating efficiency, and they were able to facilitate seamless communication among all stakeholders.
In the good books of several successful businesses, NAS Wireless has ambitious plans in the pipeline. As a part of its expansion strategy, the company aims to enter into IoT and the cloud arena and solve business problems in security.