ISONAS Security Systems issues announcements
February 12, 2007 -- ISONAS Security Systems, a manufacturer of panel-free, IP reader-controllers for physical security applications, recently issued a series of news announcements.
February 12, 2007 -- ISONAS Security Systems, a manufacturer of panel-free, IP reader-controllers for physical security applications, recently issued a series of news announcements, which are as follows:
TechNet Global Services deploys ISONAS IP access control system
TechNet Global Services announced the deployment of the ISONAS panel-free IP access control system throughout its Victor, NY location.
TechNet worked with the Maryland-based company Quantuum Energy Products to design and procure the platform. All building and warehouse ingress/egress points were fitted with ISONAS IP reader-controllers, which connect directly to the TechNet IP network and eliminate the need for traditional security control panels and expensive wiring, according to ISONAS.
TechNet says its decision in choosing the platform rested not only on substantial savings on equipment and installation costs but also on the platform's features and benefits. The ISONAS product offers a pure IP, integrated Power over Ethernet solution and both wired and wireless based readers. Further he application allows for management across multiple sites and allows for multiple tenant management designs.
"Now, access control is integrated within our network infrastructure giving us total control. We can review and program the entire system via IP right from our desktops," says Jerry Fischette, CEO of TechNet Global Services. ""The ISONAS solution was easy to install and configure, enabling our business to easily adopt access control while giving us the flexibility to add time and attendance functionality or emergency response technology at a later date."
ISONAS selects Burhans-Burhans to represent products
ISONAS also announced that Burhans-Burhans, a Chicago-based manufacturer's representative, will represent the ISONAS line of access control and security products in commercial markets throughout the US.
"Burhans-Burhans had the foresight to commit to IP video surveillance technology early on, and they are now extremely well-positioned to extend ISONAS IP access control solutions to our shared markets," comments Michael Radicella, CEO of ISONAS. "We are pleased to have their professional salespeople join our team as we expand our network of authorized resellers, integrators, OEMS and distributors."
"As the first and leading manufacturer of IP Reader-Controllers, ISONAS is an innovator in physical access control and fits the profile of the high potential growth companies we represent," says Jerome Burhans CEO of Burhans & Burhans.
ISONAS joins HID Connect Partner Program
ISONAS also announced that it has joined the HID Connect Partner Program, a hardware and software partnership initiative aimed at expanding the use of HID's access control technology. ISONAS says it is the first manufacturer of panel-free IP reader-controllers for physical access control to join the partnership arm of HID.
According to Michael Radicella, CEO of ISONAS, "Being part of HID Connect and building upon the history of cooperation between the two companies, ISONAS will take further advantage of HID-enabling technologies to introduce new versions of our panel-free, IP reader-controllers in 2007."
"HID Connect is focused on working with Partners such as ISONAS to enable the use of HID technology in new hardware and software applications," adds Debra Spitler, EVP of HID Connect. "It is good for end-users to have the opportunity to use a networked access solution that is compatible with HID proximity cards that are in use throughout the enterprise."
ISONAS' IP reader-controllers are sold bundled with the company's Crystal Matrix software, which allows customers to connect access control functions directly to a company network. The software is designed to enable users to centrally manage the IP readers and other network devices. The IP readers can now be ordered as HID-enabled, to read a variety of HID proximity cards.