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Viscount announces partnership with DMP

Software supplier Viscount Systems has announced a product partnership agreement with Digital Monitoring Products (DMP), a manufacturer of electronic alarms and access products. Viscount specializes in physical and logical security solutions.

March 1, 2016  By  SP&T Staff

Viscount and DMP have agreed to allow for the integration of the IT-centric access control platform, Freedom, with a number of products from DMP’s suite of open architecture alarm management and monitoring technologies. This strategic alliance will enable joint customers to enhance the communication base and integration capabilities between each brand’s best-selling products. Both companies share target markets of government, retail, banking and commercial/enterprise.

“We believe that the combination of DMP’s superior intrusion technology with the award winning access control solution provided by Viscount will provide existing and future customers a powerful and more cost efficient option for comprehensive protection with a government-certified access control system,” said Vince Adams, director of market development, government solutions, DMP.

DMP intrusion products are based on a combination of hardwired and wireless, open architecture solutions and offer the ability to connect a variety of monitoring systems together to enhance communication and security processes.

Viscount Freedom is an IT-centric access control suite designed for a more complex threat environment. According to Viscount, Freedom Access Control bridges the gap between the physical, logical and cyber security worlds with a software-centric, standards-based approach to physical access control and identity management.


“Viscount is continuing to gain momentum on its path to growth and collaboration with other manufacturers across the globe, and we are excited to join forces with a well-established purveyor of vital intrusion monitoring devices whose products are relied on for mission critical applications in a wide variety of markets,” said Scott Sieracki, CEO, Viscount Systems.

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