Ivan Mladenović, Country Manager For The Balkan Region, Allied Telesis:

High Efficiency With A Small Investment

Allied Telesis offers corporate clients efficient and advanced SDN solutions, which are available to both large and small companies

Japanese company Allied Telesis International will this year mark the 30th anniversary of its founding, and the fact that during that time it has become one of the recognised leaders on the global market.

To what extent are the standards and procedures that Japanese company Allied Telesis International relies on harmonised with the regional operations of Allied Telesis?

– In the development of new products and technologies, current trends have the greatest influence. The rapid development of SDN is for now mainly intended for large data centres and Telco systems. SDN solutions for corporate networks are today too expensive and unavailable to most users. That’s why we have developed an advanced SDN concept that is also acceptable for very small clients. Our management system, AMF (Allied Telesis Management Framework), offers complete automation and autonomy of network infrastructure, takes control of the most common tasks of an IT system: central management, auto-provisioning, auto-backup, auto-recovery, auto-upgrade and diagnostics. Apart from that, virtual management of the AMF Cloud enables management from the cloud, either private or public. With this it is possible to access and manage network infrastructure from any location in the world. AMF is not limited to a single LAN environment. Adding a remote location (geographically) to one AMF environment enables the remote management of devices. AMF is a system that fully satisfies the IoT (Internet of Things) concept and in the future it will provide the basis for the management of all items (IP cameras, IP phones, tablets and all other devices based on IP protocol).

Our management system, AMF (Allied Telesis Management Framework), offers complete automation and autonomy of network infrastructure, takes control of the most common tasks of an IT system: central management, auto-provisioning, auto-backup, auto-recovery, auto-upgrade and diagnostics

On which services, products and benefits for customers do you base the operations of Allied Telesis in the region?

– The regional office of Allied Telesis has developed an interesting educational concept of presenting new smart technologies. Following contemporary trends, we have developed the training concept for network engineers, whether they are engineers in the field, project developers, sales engineers or network administrators, our programme is tailored to their needs.

At our Training Centre we have developed two basic concepts: Workshops, which offer basic insight and knowledge of the most commonly used technologies and solutions worldwide, and an official Certification Programme (Net. Campus) that consists of specially prepared network courses, ranging from basic through to expert.

Due to its superior network solutions and recognised enthusiasm of the company’s employees, Allied Telesis has become an integral and indispensable part of many systems in Serbia and neighbor countries.