Vingtor-Stentofon, Software House C•CURE 9000 from Tyco Integrate

Operators of the C•CURE 9000 system can easily place and answer calls, view status, and both command and control intercom stations through their C•CURE 9000 user interface.

Vingtor-Stentofon by Zenitel Group, the security industry’s provider of critical communication solutions, announces its integration with Software House C•CURE 9000 from Tyco Security Products, part of Johnson Controls.

Vingtor-Stentofon’s enterprise communication server, Alphacom, integrates with the C•CURE 9000 Security and Event Management platform, providing the customer’s security team an integrated platform for access control and critical communications. With both ears and a voice, security teams can optimize their processes and their actionable response to incidents as well as explore unmanned entry points, such as areas where the company’s HD Video IP Intercom is installed.

Operators of the C•CURE 9000 system can easily place and answer calls, view status, and both command and control intercom stations through their C•CURE 9000 user interface. Call events of the AlphaCom system are recorded in C•CURE 9000’s database and visually shown in their Event Monitoring Station. The company said that this functionality allows for security teams to integrate all their systems and quickly associate both access control, audio and video events for all their security reporting needs.

More from Zenitel’s Press Release:

“Security directors at banks, universities, large corporations, and government sites all need the same combination of full local site control AND powerful central management tools.” said Warren Brown, director of product management for Software House technologies. “The C·CURE 9000 Enterprise architecture is the most powerful, scalable enterprise solution we have ever offered. It has been developed for small sales offices to large office buildings and everything in between.”

With a distributed architecture, C•CURE 9000 users can connect multiple sites through a central server that also houses a master database. All database information including cardholder and access control information is sent to the central server for streamlined data synchronization

In addition, security teams save time and money by monitoring alarms from each local site simultaneously from one workstation. Users can compile global reports which provide critical information from a single location instead of from each individual site. This centralized management also enhances security department efficiency and enables personnel to comply with company mandates or incident reporting relating to investigations. As an added benefit, C•CURE 9000 Enterprise optimizes local performance by limiting WAN traffic and latency as local servers communicate directly with hardware situated in close proximity to them.

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