High-performance networks are the backbone of Industry 4.0 and digitisation. The Japanese technology company Allied Telesis has for 30 years been a leading manufacturer of network solutions for companies, public administrations and organisations with critical infrastructure requirements. Broadliner ALSO and Allied Telesis, partners for years, are now expanding their cooperation at a European level. Allied Telesis offers technologies that facilitate the seamless provision of audio, video and data. They include secure SD-WAN, solutions for totally autonomous networking, for self-protecting networks, for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and IP video surveillance. Key target markets are healthcare and education, intelligent building systems and security, plus technical support. "Comprehensive, reliable and secure networking requires integrated, intelligent, high-performance network solutions that ensure seamless cross-media IT infrastructures", says Gustavo Möller-Hergt, CEO of ALSO Holding. "Developments in recent months show how important stable and secure solutions are, especially in healthcare and education. Demand is on the increase throughout Europe. That is why ALSO and Allied Telesis are bundling their strengths in order to jointly open up new market potential across Europe." Since the company was founded in 1987 Allied Telesis has worked to provide zero Total Cost of Ownership solutions with intelligent network tools that make networking easier for companies, public bodies, educational facilities and organisations with critical infrastructures. Christian Rannetshauser, EMEA Channel Director at Allied Telesis, notes that "with our strong network in these markets and ALSO's know-how as one of Europe's largest technology providers there are interesting synergy effects with which new projects can be implemented and new customers acquired."
Gustavo Möller-Hergt, CEO of ALSO Holding