Welcome to LinchPin Networks

Transform and Future-Proof your WAN

LinchPin Networks specialise in supplying innovative solutions for enhancing your Wide Area Network.

Optimising your Wide Area Network can bring many impressive benefits to your business, from enhancing your customer’s experience with you, to cost efficiencies and increasing productivity within your team.

If your WAN is plagued with problems and your external or internal users are finding it difficult to work with, we offer a range of innovative solutions that can help you get the most from your network.

If you’re considering a new WAN design or are looking to upgrade, we can offer advice on solutions that will suit your business and the way in which you, your staff and your customers interact with your network.

From solutions designed to take traffic away from the WAN to those that offer unlimited bandwidth, you can find a solution that will help your network work harder and better for your business.

Products & Services

Our products and services include Point to Point WAN Links up to 10Gbps (gigabits per second), SIP and VOIP Solutions, Dark Fibre, unlimited bandwidth WAN provision, MPLS based Ethernet WAN, Licensed Microwave provision, Application Acceleration, WAN Compression, WAN Stress Tests.

We offer a range of additional bespoke services too, so if you can’t find what you’re looking for in the list above then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our talented team to discuss your requirements. We’ll only ever suggest the solutions that are most suitable for your business and its goals.

Latest News

Microsoft Azure

ExpressRoute is an Azure service from Microsoft allowing you to create a direct, private, connection between your local infrastructure and all the services available from the Azure Cloud.

Openreach Reductions and 20Gbps+

As an Openreach CP we are pleased to pass on the news that Openreach are dropping some prices and enhancing existing services at 10Gbps and above.

Are you still using older WAN services?

Over the last few years carriers (almost without exception) have been dropping prices. Most businesses use some kind of WAN service, whether it’s simply an internet connection or something more complicated.