January 12, 2011
IP Endpoint Introduces the VoIP Indoor Keypad Intercom
By Kunal Vahalia, TMCnet Contributor
Cyberdata Corporation, in an attempt to increase its SIP Endpoints for meeting customer requirements, announced the release of its new VoIP indoor keypad intercom system accompanied with a night ringer. The product is available in two versions: wall mountable and flush.
The keypad intercom has an indoor intercom as well as an outdoor intercom combining the vital functions of the current models of intercoms. The 12 key keypad has a programmable speed dial and the intercom provides local and remote secure door lock control.
Said Phil Lembo, CEO of Cyberdata, “The company is excited to expand its intercom line and deliver products that the customers ask for. The new intercom device has all the features that the customers have been for a long time.”
The device also has additional features such as priority based multicast paging, night ringer function, push to talk feature, event based reporting system and a web based updating system for firmware.
The intercom system by IP Endpoint is a two way communications device with features such as Power over Ethernet and VoIP. The system easily connects to networks such as LAN with a single cable connection. The intercom facility is compatible with most of the PBX (News - Alert) servers.
Additional applications include door entry phone, emergency phone, mass notification and access control. The speed dial is fully programmable. Updates to your firmware can be downloaded through your existing network. The device can double up as a paging speaker. There is a door closure and tamper alert signal as well.
The system is fully SIP compliant. The speaker volume and microphone sensitivity can be adjusted through the network. There is a dry relay contact for auxiliary control. You can download various ring tones, alarms and call out messages from the company’s official website.
Kunal Vahalia is a TMCnet freelancer. He has several years of freelance writing experience, including a stint working for drugdelivery.ca as an SEO content writer. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jaclyn Allard