Allied Telesyn (ATi) is using the Networks '99 show as a platform to launch 20 products.
The networking vendor will demonstrate a product portfolio comprising hubs, switches, routers, media converters and adaptor cards at its stand (Hall 10, Stand 19J60). Alongside this range of products, ATi will be building on its channel strategy, consolidating existing distribution and new vertical markets.
Neil Jones, managing director for ATi in Northern Europe, said: "Networks '99 is an important show for the company. It is the beginning of a new focus for us in vertical markets and communication solutions that we have not been associated with before - for instance, retail, the Internet and WAN connectivity. Existing distribution will be strengthened by the addition of new resellers with skills in these areas."
Networks '99 will be used as a backdrop to launch the latest in ATi switching, media conversion and routing technology. The company will be introducing the AT-8300 stackable Ethernet switches.
It will also be demonstrating, in conjunction with DMST and Multi-Tech, how its routers and media converters can be used in voice-over-IP networks.
Networks '99 will also be the first public UK showing of LanEdge, targeted at small offices. The first members of the LanEdge family are ISDN and analogue remote access devices, fast print servers, and Ethernet hubs and switches.
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