Network Infrastructure Solutions

Network Infrastructure Solutions

AMTI’s Networking solutions include wired and wireless connectivity for SMB, BPO companies, MNCs, Enterprise and Government customers. It consists of the design, supply, delivery, installation, and maintenance of routers, switches, load balancers, access points, microwave point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint types of connectivity.

For Wide Area Networking (WAN), we offer Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) to cost-effectively connect branch offices through broadband Internet, MPLS, 4G, and 5G technologies. In addition, we offer Metro Ethernet (10GB to 400GB), DWDM, and GPON  optical solutions for the backbone type of solutions.

Partner Brands

Equipment designed for a more reliable and seamless Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) connections.

A network approach that aims to control network infrastructures using software applications – enabling administrators to respond rapidly and seamlessly to network changes and configuration.

This technology delivers network traffic across WAN connections such as broadband internet, 4G, LTE, or MPLS that result in increased application performance and business connectivity and productivity.

Bandwidth Manager allows enterprises to control and restrict the amount of network bandwidth a program, hardware or a user uses based on fair usage access policy.

A broad spectrum of wireless network infrastructures that enable end-users to connect and access resources such as printers, servers, storage or the Internet.

IoT Gateway and Platform is a system and a device that enables connectivity and communication of various devices via cloud.

Security protocols designed to secure and provide reliable connectivity across multiple sites and geographies.

Microwave is a wireless communication technology designed to provide high-speed connections to transmit video, audio, or data within or across multiple locations.

These network solutions seamlessly and reliably connect networks and systems across cities and countries using fiber optic and lightwaves.