Milton Keynes based technology company Redway Networks is celebrating its fifth birthday this week in true social distancing style with all its staff on MS Teams enjoying a slice of chocolate cake.
From its office in Bradwell Abbey, Redway Networks has been providing enterprise wireless solutions to organisations to help them improve connectivity and in turn, business efficiency.
Five years ago, directors Robert Clarke and Leigh Hayes were thinking of a name for their new company and chose Redway Networks because of Milton Keynes’ cycle routes, ‘the redways’. Ever since, the business has been growing steadily and today it has an impressive list of customers who include well-known retail brands, blue-chip manufacturers, professional service businesses and schools and colleges.
Leigh Hayes says:
“From a blank piece of paper to one the UK’s leading independent wireless specialists, I’m delighted how Redway has grown over the last five years. The positive feedback we receive from our customers demonstrates why we are the right choice for enterprise wireless solutions which we provide as an end-to-end solution using world-leading wireless technology.”
Rob Clarke says:
“Over the last five years we’ve built an amazing team of highly qualified, knowledgeable WiFi specialists who are passionate about delivering solutions that are the right fit for our customers. The last twelve months of the COVID pandemic have demonstrated to us the potential of wireless connectivity and its role in helping organisations transition to networks that are agile, hyper-secure, cloud-based, and ready for emerging technologies such as AI, automation and WiFi6. And in typical ‘geek’ style I can’t wait to find out how wireless technologies and networking practices will evolve during the next five years in terms of direct user-experience and expectation.”
“But today it’s all about celebrating with a slice of delicious chocolate cake”.