Network Technology involves the use of data systems to manage and deliver digital resources over a computer network.  A variety of industries use computer hardware and system software that maintains a network, creating a need for specialists to manage them.

The Information Technology (IT) industry is one of constant change and evolution. Natcom uses Cisco and Aruba in proposing an efficient solutions to the networking requirements for the end user industry.

High-performance, secure enterprise wireless LAN with support for Wi-Fi 6

Support digital transformation and IoT with secure, reliable Wi-Fi that has built-in intelligence.

Aruba networking solutions deliver the flexibility and performance you need to support digital workplace initiatives. Create engaging experiences delivered with automation and security.

Intelligent Edge

Create immersive experiences. Optimize operations. Take immediate action to ever-changing conditions.


Success at the Edge requires comprehensive technologies. For your data and applications to thrive, you need a holistic approach to networking, compute, data management and security. Gain context visibility and control all domains with ease and efficiency. Aruba’s Unified Infrastructure simplifies and improves IT operations with a cloud-native single pane of glass for WLAN, LAN, and SD-WAN across campus, branch, remote worker, and data center locations.


Aruba ESP as a service

Respond to rapidly changing business requirements, manage tight budgets, and easily deploy the latest networking technologies by consuming Aruba ESP as a service.

Solving networking's biggest challenges

Keeping pace with changing business and network requirements has never been harder. Here’s how HPE GreenLake for Aruba NaaS can help. HPE GreenLake for Aruba alleviates the burden of long-term network planning and budgeting by delivering all hardware, software, and services in a single monthly subscription, with no upfront capital investments required. Flexible payment options allow you to pay only for active locations, with additional locations added to the subscription as you go. Natcom commit to work with the end user in solving their critical networking problems and ensuing they meet the challenges that faces their industry now and then….

How does NaaS work?

Organizations have traditionally consumed enterprise network infrastructure via a one-time capital expenditure of hardware, software, licenses, and services that may or may not be packaged together. NaaS allows enterprises to consume and optionally outsource the full lifecycle of their enterprise network deployment, with all hardware, software, licenses, and services delivered in a flexible consumption or subscription-based offering, which in many cases can be accounted for as an operational expense.

NaaS also allows organizations to outsource the planning, deployment, and day-to-day operational management of the network, including software upgrades, monitoring and troubleshooting, as well as decommissioning and end-of-life support. Through this process, organizations get access to the latest and greatest technology while easing the burden on their IT staff. A fully dedicated team will engage with the customers in ensuring a accurately price solution is offered.