Know More About Allied Telesis:
Allied Telesis is a global network infrastructure and telecommunications company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Their North American Headquarters are located in San Jose, California. Allied Telesis was founded in 1987 with the name of Allied Telesis; they are now a worldwide provider of secure Ethernet & IP access solutions. Allied Telesis also develops IP triple play networks over copper and fiber access infrastructure. Most recently, Allied Telesis launched their Switchblade x8112 Advanced Layer 3 twelve-slot chassis switch.
Allied Telesis is primarily a provider of equipment for corporate customers, as well as education customers and government segments. Not that they discriminate because they also deal with small to moderate businesses. Their POTS-to-10G integrated Multiservice Access Platform and intelligent Multiservice Gateways, in conjunction with advanced switching, secure virtual private network routing solutions, allow public and private network operators and service providers to deploy carrier-grade networks for the cost of packet-based voice, video and data services.
Allied Telesis current product range includes: Allied Ware plus Switches, integrated Multiservice Access Platforms, intelligent Multi-service Gateways, switches, routers, media converters, wireless LAN products, Network adapter cards, and internet service. Their Allied Ware Plus switches include their x210 series, x510 series, x610 series, x900 series, switchblade x908 series, and their switchblade x8112 series. Their integrated multiservice access platforms are available as a multi-slot chassis or a 1RU miniMAP, providing “last mile” access to the end user. Many of their switches are designed for lower power eco-friendly operations, which greatly reduce the impact on environment. Smart switch and unmanaged switches are also available for purchase. Wireless LAN products that they manufacture cover a range of access points and wireless coverage for “last mile” solutions. Allied Telesis focuses on a lot of “last mile” coverage products, providing access to end users when they need it.