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Allied Telesis Establishes Presence in Cambodia

Success across Asia Pacific region drives expansion for the business

SINGAPORE - August 4, 2015 

Allied Telesis, a universally recognized innovator of smart technologies for an information-driven world, today announced the opening of a new office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, as growth for the business continues across the Asia Pacific region.

Allied Telesis has a long history of helping executives and civic leaders implement their visions of interconnected, smarter operations throughout organizations and cities. Working with both government and the private sector, Allied Telesis has been involved in large-scale deployments in areas such as aerospace and defense, resource management, public safety, and transport systems.

“We’ve seen great success across the Asia Pacific region over the last 20 years, and our presence in Cambodia represents the commitment we continue to make to the market.” says Mr Jakub DuchVice President of International SalesAllied Telesis. “This new office will enable us to provide both government and private enterprises within Cambodia with the high level of local service and support that we deliver in other countries across the region.”

Allied Telesis currently has over 2000 employees around the globe. Expansion into new countries is a key factor in market growth, and Allied Telesis are pleased to be opening an office in Cambodia. The company has appointed staff with significant experience in the Cambodian technology sector. “We’re delighted with our new local team and the early success we’ve had, and we look forward to establishing further relationships throughout Cambodia,” said Mr Duch.

Since establishing a presence in the Asia Pacific region, Allied Telesis has maintained a strong relationship with Japanese customers throughout the region. “Our Japanese enterprise customers and system integrators value both the product and professional services that are provided by our local and Japanese staff,” said Mr Duch. “The Japanese government is increasingly supporting projects such as critical infrastructure and Smart Cities in countries across the region, and we are well positioned to provide the support these countries need.”

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