American Telesis managed services help our partners close more multi-site business.
Channel Partners Conference
February 26th-28th, 2014
The Sands Expo and Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
American Telesis unveiled an expanded suite of managed services last fall. In the months since that release, our partners (agents and carriers) have been able to close a significantly higher number of network opportunities because we manage their multi-site network and eliminate finger pointing between equipment vendors and service providers. Our network monitoring provides us with far more […]
International Industrial Minerals Supplier
10,000 seats; 228 Sites
This Industrial Mineral Supplier (IMS) is a Belgium-based company with 228 production sites in 41 countries. A team of 10,000 is dispersed throughout these sites to extract and process a broad range of non-metallic industrial minerals.
IMS had a number of applications deployed such as Citrix, Tandberg, for voice and video, as well as SaaS applications like SalesForce.com. This created a complex network for business applications and left other business critical applications […]
Stories from the Front Lines
We help make running the network easier.
American Telesis works with companies to improve their uptime and performance with our network and equipment monitoring services. These customer experiences tell the story for us.
Back to School Blues
It was the first day of a new semester. At 5:52am, the volunteer IT support staff for a parochial school received a text from the American Telesis NOC informing them that their dedicated 3mb Internet circuit was down. The American Telesis staff had already opened a trouble ticket to start isolating the issue […]
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Market Data Provider
This market data provider is one of the leading brokerage companies for wholesale financial markets and commercial real estate domestically and around the world. With over sixty sites that needed access to diverse data centers, this customer required a unique data network with reliable and low latency connections to other financial institutions.
The legacy solution of a bonded T1 network was underperforming as remote offices were experiencing increasing slowness and frequent connection outages caused by the aging copper infrastructure and […]
Regional Grocery Distribution Co.
This Regional Grocery Distributor (RGD) is the supplier for
foodstuffs and home goods from 40 distribution centers that
connect to two main data centers through an MPLS network. The
remote sites used T1 access to the private MPLS network and
then used DSL as a backup. The data centers were equipped with
larger MPLS and internet connections.
The RGD legacy network lacked speed and efficiency. The T1
connections had to handle all traffic types. The DSL was only used
for failover and had […]
American Telesis’ Digital Data Service (DDS) is a DS-0 level (64Kbps) dedicated end-to-end digital private line service designed to support critical data applications. Provided with digital local access, DDS is designed for full-time synchronous transmission at 56Kbps.
56Kbps synchronous digital data transmission
High-speed (Group IV) digital facsimile transmission
56Kbps compressed video teleconferencing
Digitized voice transmission
Segregated network architecture with Extended Super-frame (ESF)
Specialized DDS technical support team and maintenance staff
End-to-end service coordinating and billing
Exceptional Inter-exchange Channel (IXC) performance standards […]
American Telesis’ DS-0 Service is a 64Kbps dedicated digital inter-exchange channel service. Using analog voice frequency (VF) local access, DS-0 Service will support the transmission of analog voice and/or data within the frequency range of 300 – 3000 Hz. DS-0 Service with VF access combines the quality and reliability of digital long haul transmission with the versatility of an analog private line.
Voice tie lines or inter-machine trunks
Analog data or facsimile lines
Off-premises Extensions (OPX)
Automatic Ring Down circuits (ARD)
Foreign Exchange (FX)
Feature Group (FG) lines
Foreign Exchange (FX) service provides local telephone service from a central office that is outside the subscriber’s exchange area. A user picks up the phone in one city and receives a dial tone in another (foreign) city. This service gives people located in the foreign city the ability to place a local call to the user.
This service is not specific to any vertical market. Practically all types of businesses use Foreign Exchange service, especially large corporations with telecommuters and the airlines […]
An Off-Premises Extension (OPX) is a dedicated circuit connecting a distant location to a main PBX to provide the same phone system features available at the main location. Answering services, small businesses and people working from a home or remote office often use these circuits.
This service is not specific to any vertical market. Off-Premises Extensions are used by practically all types of business and are available locally as well as nationally. Off-Premises Extensions are sometimes referred to as Off-Premises Station (OPS […]