10 Allied Telesis facts you didn’t already know (Part 3)

10 Allied Telesis facts you didn’t already know (Part 3)

Allied Telesis is a world leader in IP or Ethernet networking solutions and is a leader in Software Denied Networking. But of course you already knew that! Below you will find 10 facts about Allied Telesis that you probably never heard before.

10 Facts, all in one visual

1. Founded in 1987

Allied Telesis was founded in March of 1987. This means that they have been serving the needs of the network communications industry for over 35 years!

2. EMEA Logistics warehouse

Yep, you read it right. Allied Telesis has its own EMEA Logistics warehouse. They can deliver directly from their warehouse within the EU and the rest of the world. How convenient!

3. Larger than you’d think

Allied Telesis has 1600 employees, over 160 patents, they are active and located in more than 30 countries, and they have 7 research & development centers.

4. An all-rounder

They have everything in-house. From development to production to warehousing/logistics to finance to local sales and customer support. You name it, they do it!

5. Head office

Allied Telesis is originally a Japanese company and head office is based in Japan.

6. EMEA Head Quarter

The EMEA HQ is located near the Schiphol Airport in The Netherlands.

7. Manufacturing facilities

Allied Telesis produces their equipment in their own manufacturing facilities.  One establishment is located in China and the other one in Singapore.

8. AlliedWarePlus

The high level AlliedWarePlus product portfolio consists of more than 75 different products which all can be managed by one software management platform named AMF (Autonomous Management Framework).

9. Unique solution

They have an unique solution specialized in data protection on optical links named Active Fiber Monitoring.

10. Producing 600+ different products

Last but not least, Allied Telesis produces over 600 different products which can be used in end-to-end IP networks. Not bad, if you ask us.

After reading the three blog posts, you’ve gotten to know Allied Telesis a little better.

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