RSAWEB is a technology services provider based in South Africa that offers a range of online-focused services such as cloud infrastructure, local web hosting, enterprise connectivity, SD-WAN, security, SME solutions, mobile data management, IoT, Fixed LTE, and home fibre.
Established in 2001, RSAWEB have invested heavily in infrastructure and have built a presence in South Africa and Internationally - with data centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town, and POPs (points of presence) in London, Europe and the USA.
RSAWEB offer connectivity solutions like fibre, fixed-LTE, and mobile data to regular home (residential) users.
Small To Medium Enterprises
For SMEs, RSAWEB provide solutions like small scale cloud servers, email hosting, antivirus and firewalls, business fibre, managed Wifi, domain hosting, web hosting and VoIP solutions.
For large enterprises, RSAWEB can provide larger-scale solutions such as dedicated fibre, Broadband Fibre, Microwave connectivity, SD-WAN, VoIP, Security, IoT and LoRaWAN, Cloud hosting and managed services, Enterprise Mobile data with a Pooled mobile management tool, BaaS (back-up as a service) and DRaaS (disaster recovery as a service), and a range of other solutions tailored to the needs of each individual enterprise customer.
In 2019, they joined with the Gary Kirsten Foundation to provide the Cricket Centre of Excellence at Chris Hani Secondary School in Khayelitsha with free connectivity.
In 2020 RSAWEB created In It Together, an initiative that seeks to provide free connectivity and all the opportunities that come with having internet access, to people and communities in need.
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