Allied Telesis White Papers

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Enabling Voice over IP and Unified Communications

While the move to VoIP and UC may seem like a “silver bullet,” upgrading from traditional telephony can pose organizational and technical challenges.

Five Reasons to Converge Video Surveillance onto the Corporate IP Network

This white paper looks at how converging video surveillance onto the corporate data network will simplify network administration and lower ICT running costs.

Demystifying Software-Defined Networking (SDN)

The simplest way to describe Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is to call it "an approach to networking in which control is decoupled from hardware, and given to a software application called a controller." However, there is a lot more to it than that. This White Paper addresses the simple questions: How did SDN come about? What effect will SDN have on enterprise networking today, and in the future?

The Top 3 Network Management Challenges

This white paper looks at how the Allied Telesis Management Framework™ (AMF) provides practical solutions to the challenges that Enterprise Networks are facing right now.

Seven Reasons to Stack Your Core

There is a lot of information about stacking and its benefits – such as easier management and fast recovery from failures. This white paper looks at the options and introduces the Allied Telesis stacking technology: VCStack™ Plus.

Easing the Enterprise Transition to IPv6

The world is moving inexorably from IPv4 to IPv6. Full global accessibility already requires IPv6, and the business opportunities of the near future will be based around IPv6 communications.

Allied Telesis and the Environment

As a major industry developer and manufacturer of networking equipment, Allied Telesis is committed to providing customers with products designed and built to the highest quality standards, while minimizing the impact to the environment during both product manufacture and product operation.

Rethinking the Access Network

Access to the Internet of the future will require lots of bandwidth — and that means fiber.

EPSRing™ (Ethernet Protection Switched Rings)

This white paper provides an overview of the Allied Telesis EPSRing (Ethernet Protection Switched Rings) technology, as a technical solution for ensuring reliability in an Ethernet-based access network.

NEBS compliance on Allied Telesis products products (Singapore)
Wireless Network Security
Wireless LAN Glossary
Wireless LAN Basics
Video Optimized MAPs
The Changing Wireless World

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