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Allied Telesis Holdings K.K. plans, develops, manufactures, and sells network devices and solutions worldwide. It offers wireless local area network (LAN) equipment, routers, and other network devices for home users; and LAN, wide area network, and metro area network equipment for telecommunications companies and corporations. The company also provides IP solutions; and IP Triple Play services, and wireless and other solutions for home users, small businesses and factories, large telecommunications companies, government agencies, university campuses, and medical institutions. In addition, it offers carrier-grade IP/Ethernet products, including x900 Core Switch, iMAP integrated Multiservice Access Platform, iMG intelligent Media Gateways, optical transport, and other products that support broadband voice, video, and data requirements. Allied Telesis Holdings K.K. was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

2,090 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/26/14
Founded in 1987

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Allied Telesis Introduces Allied Telesis Management Framework(TM) (AMF) Solution

Allied Telesis introduced its Allied Telesis Management Framework(TM) (AMF) solution to the education market. AMF is an embedded network management tool for the Company's Enterprise class of Ethernet switch products, which simplifies and automates many everyday network management tasks, greatly reducing the time, cost, and complexity of managing network infrastructure. AMF is a sophisticated suite of protocols and management tools designed to simplify network management. As networking evolves, complexity and demands on staff increase. The risk of errors--and resulting outages--also increases. The traditional solution is to hire more expertise and introduce more policies and procedures to control changes. However, this costs more and is inefficient. AMF provides an alternative approach: it automates many of the day-to-day tasks and takes the complexity out of repairing and extending the network. A large network can be run by fewer staff. This leads to considerable savings on operating expenditures and makes the network more agile, to keep up with the pace of change that is found within the modern education environment. AMF is supported within the Allied Telesis SwitchBlade(R) range of modular chassis switches, along with the current range of Allied Telesis "x" Series switches-- from the cost-effective x210 Series Enterprise edge switches, to the popular x510 Series stackable Gigabit edge switches, and up to the x900 Series advanced Layer 3 switches.

Allied Telesis Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 31, 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year Ending December 31, 2014

Allied Telesis reported consolidated earnings results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2014. For the period, the company reported net sales of JPY 5,904,373,000 compared to JPY 5,451,474,000 a year ago. Operating loss was JPY 1,550,427,000 compared to JPY 1,859,973,000 a year ago. Ordinary loss was JPY 1,852,396,000 compared to JPY 1,053,837,000 a year ago. Loss before income taxes was JPY 1,845,716,000 compared to JPY 1,050,754,000 a year ago. Net loss was JPY 1,763,125,000 or JPY 16.20 per share compared to JPY 1,046,678,000 or JPY 8.72 per share a year ago. Net sales increased due to continued strong sales in Japan and sales increases in the overseas markets resulted from the stable trend of the lower yen. The company provided earnings guidance for the year ending December 31, 2014. For the year, the company expects net sales of JPY 34,300 million, operating income of JPY 700 million, ordinary income of JPY 550 million and net income of JPY 100 million or JPY 0.87 per share.

Allied Telesis Introduces Line Rate Terabit Switching Fabric for its Switchblade(R) x8100 Ethernet/IP Switching Series

Allied Telesis announced the launch of a significant upgrade to its SwitchBlade(R) x8100 Series next-generation intelligent chassis switches via its new CFC960 controller card. The AT-SBx81CFC960 controller card offers an impressive 960Gbps of switching capacity, delivering throughput of 1.92Tbps per chassis. Dual CFC960 controller cards deliver 160Gbps, per line card slot, doubling the throughput of the existing Allied Telesis CFC400 controller card. In addition, the CFC960 unlocks new features such as Virtual Routing and Forwarding (VRF) Lite, and Virtual Chassis Stacking Plus (VCStack Plus(TM)), which allows two chassis to be stacked to form a virtual switch for increased reliability and reduced management overhead. These new features are ideal for large-scale enterprise and hosting environments. The CFC960 also supports Allied Telesis Management Framework(TM) (AMF), a tool for simplifying network management and reducing everyday network operating costs. The CFC960 can either be a member of an AMF network or can act as a master for up to 120 nodes. The CFC960 features a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU that ensures a supremely reliable and robust networking platform, which is suited for the most rigorous applications. With the increased use of virtualization and hosted or cloud-based applications, networks are now more dynamic than ever. The Allied Telesis AlliedWare Plus(TM) multi-threaded operating system has been specifically designed to take advantage of multi-core CPUs. Even within the most demanding environments, the CFC960 will remain responsive and stable, and network operations will continue to perform predictably. The CFC960 features four 10GE SFP+ ports on the front panel to provide additional uplink capacity. Alternatively, they can be used with VCStack Plus for high capacity dedicated stacking--allowing two SwitchBlade x8100 Series chassis to be stacked together with up to 160Gbps stacking bandwidth. VCStack Plus is built using the same stacking technology that Allied Telesis uses for its AlliedWare Plus 1RU switches, for a feature-rich, stable, and consistent user experience. The CFC960 for the SwitchBlade x8100 is available immediately from authorized Allied Telesis suppliers.


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