MLL Telecom renews managed network services contract with Greenwich

17 April 2024

MLL Telecom has announced the successful renewal of its managed network services contract with Royal Borough of Greenwich Council (RBG).

Valued at over £4 million over four years, the new contract ensures the continuation of MLL’s work which commenced in 2017 to enhance the connectivity, security and resilience of RBG’s wide area (WAN), local area (LAN) and wireless (WiFi) solutions. 

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Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust contracts for 10GB WAN

15 April 2024

MLL Telecom has won an initial three-year contract from Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust for the provision and management of a secure and resilient 10GB wide area network (WAN).

The £300,000 award was made following a tender on the RM3825 framework. Due for implementation this summer, MLL’s network solution will support Torbay and South Devon’s ongoing delivery of Health and Social Care Network (HSCN} services. 

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Regatta Group elevates operations with Nexer

11 April 2024

Following the success of a five-year, multi-million-pound digital transformation project to elevate business operations, The Regatta Group has signed up for ongoing IT support through Nexer Enterprise Applications’ Care365 service.

The Regatta Group commissioned Nexer to overhaul its IT operations across 16 countries, supporting future readiness. The intensive project included Nexer (formerly K3/Sigma) implementing Microsoft Dynamics 365 enterprise resource planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence systems, facilitating cloud-to-cloud migration and alignment with Microsoft’s integrated software ecosystem.

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Transforming communication across critical sectors

04 April 2024

Luke Wilkinson, managing director, Mobile Tornado

Born in the midst of World War Two, the walkie talkie has a rich and colourful history; still remaining a renowned technological device even today. However, the push-to-talk (PTT) technology behind it is still not well-known, and even less well-known are the transformations that took the two-way radio and made it the basis for communication across various sectors. Over the last decade, as cellular network infrastructure improved, push-to-talk over cellular (PTToC) became viable and revolutionised long-distance communication as we know it.

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