ANLX Achieves ISO 9001 & 27001 Approval for Certification

Associated Networks (UK) Ltd (ANLX) is proud to announce that we are now approved for certification for ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 27001:2013, the most widely used and internationally-recognised frameworks for good business management covering the key area of “Quality Management” & “Information Security”.  This compliancy demonstrates that ANLX has policies, processes and procedures in place to better meet our “Quality Management & Information Security” requirements. To become certified as ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 27001:2013 compliant, ANLX underwent an extensive process of review and improvement to establish our procedures documents and our “Quality & Information Security” manual.  This process included setting measurable objectives and incorporating corrective and preventative actions and methods of monitoring customer satisfaction.  All members of staff where trained on the new or updated procedures and key staff are part of the review and improvements steps.  Finally, an extensive audit was carried out to enable our certification. Compliance with ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 27001:2013 recognises that ANLX’s policies, practices and procedures are of a consistent quality in the services we provide to our customers. With this certification, our customers can be confident that ANLX is dedicated to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving our ultimate goal – guaranteed customer satisfaction and keep customers’ data that they have entrusted to us safe & secure. To maintain our certification, ANLX will have an annual Surveillance Audit to ensure our policies and practices continue to meet the standard.  As a result, customers can be confident that ANLX will provide them with the same high quality, secure services well into the future. Tim Bailey, Managing Director at ANLX explains, “We...

Mission Critical Wide Area Wireless Networks

A Mission Critical Wide Area Wireless Network by ANLX Providing a Mission Critical wireless network for the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) over a 1,200 acre site is not an easy task. Year round internet connectivity is provided by twin, 100Mb diversely routed Fibre cables, but during the Air Tattoo, the core network expands to provide connectivity for an additional 100 fixed computers and up to 10,000 WiFi users.  However, the real challenge is to extend the core network using wireless links, to enable mission critical coverage to key remote offices, including the Control Tower, Flight Centre, Security, emergency response units and a field hospital as well as the entrance ticket scanners, all of which are located around the 1,200 acre site. The ANLX Solution – Wired & Wireless Networking ANLX provide external connectivity to the RIAT network via twin, 100Mb diversely routed Fibre links to create a secure, resilient Local Area Network (LAN).   The LAN is then extended during the Air Tattoo to include a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) using an encrypted 300Mb wireless ring around the Air Base with nodes at key points to enable access to the Ring from WiFi hot spots or core network extensions. The wireless ring uses Point to Point (P2P) infrastructure by Sub10 and Cambium  and operates in the 5.8 GHz unlicensed spectrum, to deliver a self-healing 300Mb network, with 25 dBm of transmit power with up to 168 dB system gain using 22 dBi antennas. WiFi access was enabled for Staff, exhibitors & visitors through the system that is capable of handling 2,500 concurrent sessions. Read more on the Case...
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