Allied Telesis to demonstrate networking solutions at Intersec

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Allied Telesis, a leading provider of networking hardware and software products, has announced its participation at Intersec 2018 where the company will be showcasing its advanced line of products that include a brand new SwitchBlade x908 Generation 2 chassis, x-Series and industrial grade switches to tackle network security threats head-on with our network management and security solution – Secure Enterprise Software Defined networking (SES).

“This will be our sixth time to exhibit at Intersec and every time our experience has been very rewarding, which has encouraged us to come back to this year’s show with a better and bigger presence that will enable us to engage with existing business partners and customers as well as meet new prospective business partners and end-users. Our enhanced presence at this year’s event, reinforces our commitment to the region and assures our partners and customers of continued support to their requirements,” said Sabbahuddin Khan, Regional Manager at Allied Telesis Middle East.

“Visitors can expect to see only the best at our booth. In a world moving towards Smart Cities and the Internet of Things, networks must evolve rapidly to meet new challenges. Allied Telesis guarantees that network evolution can keep pace with the evolving times, and delivers efficient and secure solutions for people, organizations and “things”—both now and into the future.“ Khan concludes.

Allied Telesis will be demonstrating live IP video surveillance solution at Stand #SA-F09.


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