SAN Infrastructure

Alliance Integrated Technology has engineered and design Sans Infrastructure solutions that have enabled many prominent Media and Entertainment companies to stream 4K workflows. In addition to the capabilities it adds for companies in the Media & Entertainment space, there are several benefits to installing a SAN for all industries.

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SAN(S) allow for high performance, block level, and heterogeneous access to all clients on the network. They also permit multiple writers, not only to the same volume, but also to the same file. Allowing all client seats to see the same files at the same time eliminates the need to copy data from one client to another. Latency issues introduced with most file level application(s) (NAS / Scale out storage) are eradicated, and a massively scalable storage and file system infrastructure is created.

Alliance Integrated Technology offers SANS solutions to reduce the complexity of managing multiple vendors with inconsistent methodologies.

Server Virtualization

Server Virtualization has been a game-changing technology for IT, providing efficiencies and capabilities that are not possible when constrained within a physical world due to operation cost. Depending on the virtualization software in use — VMware, Microsoft’s Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer, or another package, there are many benefits to any organization or business when choosing to implement a server virtualization strategy. Alliance Integrated Technology has been in the forefront of server virtualization technology and provides customized solutions to each company’s IT demands.

Server Virtualization can greatly improve computing environments of any size. By using a single physical server to run many virtual servers, whether using company is utilizing 2-servers or 2000-server, the benefits from server virtualization are there. Minimally, it is cost efficient, rather than purchasing new hardware to support a new business application, all that is needed is to add a new virtual server. To augment virtualization, disaster recovery plan is included because the virtualized images can be used to instantly recover all servers.

Video Surveillance

Demand remains high for video surveillance solutions. In addition to the increasing volume of surveillance cameras shipped annually, technological advances mean each new generation of surveillance cameras benefit from improvements in image quality. Image quality is a complex matrix influenced by many different elements. Generally, improved image quality means greater data storage requirements. Whilst there are continuing advances in compression technologies providing a trade-off between image quality, bandwidth and storage requirements, these cannot completely mitigate the increase in data associated with higher quality video. Simply put, more storage and more compute is required to manage data from an increasing number of surveillance cameras capturing higher quality video.

High Performance Computing

Alliance Integrated Technology allows you to increase the speed of research and to reduce costs by providing Cluster Compute or Cluster GPU servers on-demand. You have access to a full-bisection, high bandwidth network for tightly coupled, IO-intensive workloads, which enables you to scale out across thousands of cores for throughput-oriented applications.

Our approach provides the building blocks and the turnkey solutions to enable organizations of every size to harness the power of HPC, and your HPC cluster won’t run without software.

Two of the most popular choices in HPC are Linux (in all of its many varieties) and Windows. Linux currently dominates HPC installations, but this in part due to HPC’s legacy in supercomputing, large-scale machines, and Unix. Your choice of operating system(s) should really be driven by the kinds of applications you need to run on your high performance computer.

With more than a decade of experience and partnerships with leading HPC organizations, Alliance Integrated Technology has developed a set of proven best practices in operations and services.

Multiplexing

Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) technology multiplies fiber capacity by multiplexing optical light signals of different wavelengths onto a single optical fiber. The technology is well standardized in the ITU G.695 and G.694 recommendations and widely used in datacom and telecom networks.

Alliance Integrated Technology designs and provides all types of fiber optical transmission products. Alliance Integrated Technology serves Storage, Data and Telecom Networks worldwide with a unique and cost effective portfolio of optical transmission components and systems. We have a product portfolio which allows the user to build the most cost-effective and reliable transmission networks possible.

While our customers are experts in their fields, they still appreciate the valuable knowledge and experience that Alliance Integrated Technology offers for Passive WDM network solutions and optical transmission solutions. Optical transmission projects have historically been prohibitively expensive and complicated, but Alliance Integrated Technology’s products allow solutions which are simple to design and easy to install.

Archiving & Replication

Data archiving allows businesses to improve performance and scalability, respond quickly to discovery requests, increase end-user productivity and more. Alliance Integrated Technology’s information-archiving solutions help organizations centralize data from key information sources ranging from email, IM, social media, and voice to video, including structured data, across the world and across the enterprise.

For many organizations, it’s a big challenge to archive or safely retire seldom used data from growing databases, while enabling users to access and use the information when needed.

With database and application archiving as well as replications from Alliance Integrated Technology, organizations can streamline their database operations while running at peak performance. We provide a comprehensive strategy that allows you to achieve your critical business objectives, including the availability of critical applications, reducing data storage hardware and administration costs, and improving daily database performance.