ADI Boosts IP Networking Offering with Allied Telesis

ADI has expanded its IP product offering with networking infrastructure solutions from Allied Telesis. The complete line of IP and Ethernet technology will help dealers build end-to-end security systems.

Designed to simplify the transition from analog to digital, network connectivity products from Allied Telesis deliver data, voice and video. From Layer 3 Ethernet switches to multiservice access platforms to network interface cards, media converters and wireless access points, these solutions make it easy to deploy a secure network over copper, wireless, and fiber access infrastructures.

Available at ADI, Allied Telesis offers a full range of switches including Power over Ethernet (POE), Websmart, Unmanaged, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Edge/Aggregation and 10 Gigabit Switches. Delivering the functionality needed for all installations, these products help dealers provide network infrastructure to streamline applications.

“Our products offer a cost-effective solution to provide the framework to build complete networking solutions and seamlessly connect voice, video and data services,” said Vince Ricco, senior network consultant, Allied Telesis. “Our deep history and expertise in designing and implementing converged multi-play networks coupled with our advanced IP surveillance solutions enable a seamless migration from analog to digital video security systems. We are excited to offer our products through ADI’s distribution channel, and make our solutions available to their sizeable dealer base.”

For more than 20 years, Allied Telesis has been providing networking infrastructure. The company enables delivery of data, voice, and video services to a variety of clients globally. Allied Telesis is committed to innovating the way in which services and applications are delivered and managed, resulting in increased value and lower operating costs.

ADI is a global wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products, with more than 200 branch locations in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Europe, Africa, Australia and India. ADI solutions include intrusion, fire alarm, CCTV, IP, access control, A/V, tools and hardware, home solutions, and wire and cable.

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