The Allied Telesis SBx81GS24a line card provides 24 SFP Gigabit ports, providing a host of flexible connectivity options.
The ability to aggregate a widely distributed network where access devices may be in remote buildings is an excellent solution for multi-building campus environments. The option to mix short-haul and long-haul SFP optical devices in a single line card allows maximum flexibility in the placement of access switches, whether they are located locally or even city-wide.
The Allied Telesis SwitchBlade x8100 Series of advanced Layer 3+ chassis switches are available in 6 and 12 slot models. Dual active/active CFC960 control cards combines resilience and scalability in a superior solution.
The Autonomous Management Framework (AMF) is a suite of features that combine to simplify network management across all supported network equipment from the core to the edge.
With VCstack, your network core can be distributed over long distances to provide data-mirroring disaster recovery solutions.
Allied Telesis utilizes a high-speed ring of switches, featuring extremely fast failover, to create a resilient enterprise network.
Allied Telesis VCStack switch stacking technology creates a resilient network core for maximum availability.
Allied Telesis provides cost-effective virtual customer networks over shared Ethernet infrastructure using advanced switching features.
This solution document discusses the ways our switches ensure a secure network infrastructure.
Allied Telesis provides advanced edge security for enterprise organizations with Network Access Control.
Allied Telesis provides a robust Ethernet-based network virtualization for an Enterprise network.
This guide provides a set of key Enterprise solutions available with our advanced Layer 3 switches.
Maspro Corp. gets continuous high-performance wireless, with world-first hybrid wireless technology from Allied Telesis.
Rostov State University of Civil Engineering (RSUCE) in Russia selects Allied Telesis to provide a new, high-performing and always-on campus network solution.
Commercial television station, Sendai Television Inc. in Japan, gains high reliability and integrated network management with AMF solution.
Caritas-Klinik Dominikus, in Berlin, Germany, gets an integrated wired and wireless network with centralized management.
Sanko Printing Co., Ltd. in Tokyo, selects Allied Telesis to optimize the management and efficiency of their new network.
St. Mary MacKillop College in Canberra, Australia upgrades their Allied Telesis network to a next-generation solution.
Kanaiwa Hospital in Kanazawa, Japan, uses Allied Telesis network automation for centralized management of its new non-stop network.
Matsumoto Kyoritsu Hospital, in Japan, selects an Allied Telesis Autonomous Management Framework™(AMF) solution to optimize network operation and management.
Kosei General Hospital, in Japan, selects an Autonomous Management Framework™ (AMF) solution for simple network monitoring and management.
The City Government of Tamba, Japan gets centralized management for more than 100 facilities with AMF, plus cutting-edge security with AMF-Sec.
Kansai University, in Japan, gains efficiency and automated network management with an Autonomous Management Framework (AMF) solution.
Thanks to the power of Allied Telesis Management Framework™ (AMF), SIT now enjoy simplified and automated network management
Nagahama City Hall, in Japan, creates a new, stable and automatically managed network.
Synthesis Shinkawabashi Hospital, in Japan, selects a high-performing Allied Telesis solution for its network redesign.
Naka City gets a combination of security, ease-of-use, automatic threat isolation and device remediation, with an Allied Telesis SES solution.
The University of Hyderabad, in India, selects a resilient and powerful Allied Telesis solution for their network upgrade.
With Allied Telesis solutions, Sunway Medical Centre in Malaysia guarantees both patient safety and satisfaction.
This White Paper describes the characteristics and features of AlliedWare Plus.
Enterprise data networks have evolved rapidly over the last few decades, and are continuing to evolve at a steady pace.
Allied Telesis have produced a powerful solution that changes the nature of network management and maintenance.
This white paper discusses SDN—how and why it has emerged, and what effects it will have on Enterprise networking in the future.