At the same time, the MSP unveiled a Cisco-powered suite for managed connectivity.

James Anderson, Senior News Editor

October 5, 2023

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Communications network as a service, Cisco private 5G
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Logicalis has launched a new connectivity practice in conjunction with Cisco, and at the same time announced a special milestone in delivering managed Cisco private 5G services.

Logicalis this week unveiled Intelligent Connectivity powered by Cisco, which will tie together offerings of private 5G, SD-WAN, SASE and SASE. Customers can consume either some or all of the related Cisco technologies, which Logicalis will manage.

“Logicalis continues to solidify its position as a global leader in next-generation connectivity services powered by Cisco,” said Alexandra Zagury, Cisco’s vice president of partner managed and as-a-service sales. “Combining deep connectivity and managed services expertise with private 5G capabilities, Logicalis has a market-leading proposition for a wide array of customers.”

The Logicalis Intelligent Connectivity suite notably contains managed private 5G. The channel partner in conjunction with the announcement shared that it has earned a strategic designation from Cisco for managed private 5G. Logicalis is the first of Cisco’s global partners to win such a distinction, according to the announcement.

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Cisco’s Alexandra Zagury

Logicalis has deployed a U.S.-based Cisco 5G offering for more than a year, according to Logicalis US CEO Jon Groves. That offering will exist in the partner’s new suite.

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Logicalis’ Jon Groves

“The latest offering will expand our work with our global counterparts and enhance the service, in turn better enabling customers around the world to maximize their 5G investments and deliver additional value for their businesses,” Groves said.

According to Logicalis, the company has implemented private 5G in multiple industries. It listed mining, government, manufacturing and health care as a some of the verticals where it is “actively engaging.”

The other Cisco designations in the new suite include managed Cisco-SD-WAN, managed Meraki SD-WAN, managed Meraki security, managed SASE and managed campus access.

The company ranked No. 101 in the 2023 Channel Futures MSP 501.

Logicalis US’ chief revenue officer recently weighed in on Cisco’s intended acquisition of Splunk.

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James Anderson

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James Anderson is a news editor for Channel Futures. He interned with Informa while working toward his degree in journalism from Arizona State University, then joined the company after graduating. He writes about SD-WAN, telecom and cablecos, technology services distributors and carriers. He has served as a moderator for multiple panels at Channel Partners events.

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