Allied Telesis Unveils Directions to Attack Network Market in Thailand for Latter Half of 2014

Allied Telesis Unveils Directions to Attack Network Market in Thailand for Latter Half of 2014

Offering Digital Signage Solution and AMFTechnology

Bangkok – 22 August 2014 – Allied Telesis, the giant network provider from Japan, unveiled its business strategies for the latter half of year 2014 in Thailand by joining force with Tripleplay, the global leading provider of digital signage solution, to offer comprehensive network solution and by focusing on AMF technology to reduce costs on network management.

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Revealing the business directions of Allied Telesis for the latter half of year 2014, Teerayut Hongkananukraw, Thailand Country Manager, Allied Telesis (Thailand) Co., Ltd., stated “Recently, our headquarters in Japan teamed up with Tripleplay Services, the global leading provider of digital signage solution from UK, to market their products in Asia Pacific.”

Digital Signage can display multimedia data on screens such as LCD or Plasma TVs to communicate contents. This media is ideal for businesses or government sector who wants to show their data and audio-visual media in digital format through the high-performance network to connect all multimedia data to their branches or other offices. These data can be configured in real-time basis. Therefore, they can save costs and time in long-term on developing posters and billboards.

According to the latest report by MarketsandMarkets, the global investment on digital signage in 2011 hit USD 3.9 billion and this figure would go up to USD 13.2 billion within 2016.

“This collaboration enables Allied Telesis to offer comprehensive solution for digital signage product. Tripleplay has transferred their technologies to our team so they can bundle this solution with Allied Telesis’ network products,” added Teerayut
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“Moreover, we will focus on Allied Telesis Management Framework (AMF) technology which would facilitate the network management. Administrators do not require expertise since the switch replacement can be done instantly and continue the function whenever network switch is having problems.”

The target customers for the latter half of 2014 include manufacturing, utility, transportation, government, education and healthcare sectors.

Currently, Allied Telesis holds the #3 position in terms of market share for switch product in Thailand and aims to achieve growth by 10% this year. All products are available through 2 distributors including Avantgarde Co., Ltd. and Nine Distribution Co., Ltd.

Founded in 1987 with headquarters in Japan and R&D centers across the globe such as Japan, USA, New Zealand, Italy, Singapore and China, Allied Telesis is one the world leading providers for network system with the ranking in top 5 for global market share and total global sales volume at 29.9 billion yens.

 About Allied Telesis

Founded in Japan in 1987 and with offices worldwide, Allied Telesis is a leading provider of networking infrastructure and flexible, interoperable network solutions. The company provides reliable video, voice and data network solutions to clients in multiple markets including government, healthcare, defense, education, retail, hospitality and network service providers. 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. Visit us online at alliedtelesis.com.