STENTOFON/Zenitel announces deal with Genetec
Zenitel has announced a strategic technology partnership with Genetec. In this relationship, Zenitel will become a preferred technology hardware supplier to Genetec end-users with its globally deployed intercom system, leveraging session initiation protocol (SIP) for superior voice and video over internet protocol (VoIP) communications.
September 15, 2014 By Staff
With full integration into Genetec Security Center, a unified security platform that seamlessly blends IP security surveillance systems within a single intuitive interface, the STENTOFON SIP intercom and AlphaCom XE server systems will allow Genetec end-users to install VoIP and analog intercom along with video connectivity within any facility.
The STENTOFON line of intercom servers and hardware that will be compatible with Genetec Security Center include the new, powerful Turbine IP intercom series with active noise reduction, 10 watt power amplifier, 105db output and auto ambient volume adjustment. All STENTOFON IP stations can be used in an AlphaCom, Pulse or SIP station mode. By combining systems via integration with Genetec Security Center, end users will be able to set up a cohesive and powerful IP based system that meets today’s demanding market requirements. The STENTOFON line includes IP master stations and substations, with or without video, for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications.
“Genetec offers one of the most robust, unified, open-platform IP video surveillance, access control and LPR platforms in the world, and we are excited to help extend those security features and options with our industry-leading communications hardware including our Turbine VOIP intercom systems,” said Dan Rothrock, Senior Vice President Global OEM at STENTOFON/Zenitel Group.
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