Allied Telesis Switches Complete and Pass Crucial Testing

October 5, 2016 - Allied Telesis, a leading provider of hardware and software products that allows customers to build secure, feature-rich and scalable data exchange solutions, today announced it has achieved JITC certification for selected xSeries managed switches.

The following Allied Telesis xSeries switches, featuring the AlliedWare Plus™ operating system, are now certified to connect to the Defense Switched Network (DSN):

"We’re delighted to have our advanced switching platform certified with JITC which demonstrates our readiness to deliver innovative, high-performance network solutions for defense networks,” said Philip Yim, SVP Global Programs for Allied Telesis. "Allied Telesis has a long history of working with federal customers, delivering reliable, standards-based technology and we look forward to increasing our federal engagements with our xSeries switching technology.

AlliedWare Plus is a fully featured Layer 3 operating system, providing advanced features, superior robustness, and ease of management. With a forward-thinking product roadmap, a full IPv6 feature set and the imminent release of OpenFlow v1.3, long-term network reliability and investment security is guaranteed with Allied Telesis.

The U.S. Department of Defense DoD UC Approved Products List (APL) certification process is the responsibility of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Unified Capabilities Certification Office (UCCO). Certifications are performed by approved distributed testing centers including the JITC at Fort Huachuca near Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA. With its most recent JITC certification, Allied Telesis xSeries switches are now included on the APL for purchase by Department of Defense organizations.