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CyberData Intros SIP Dual Relay Controller for Secure Access

April 26, 2022

Secure access technologies are increasing in demand today and researchers predict the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 28.3% and reach $5.36B by 2027.


Much of this growth is attributed to increasing data security needs, more funding and support for these services as well as greater demands for secure access to applications from anywhere.

To help facilities with door lock controls, Monterey, Calif.-based CyberData Corporation has just announced the release of a SIP-enabled access control device.

The new device, the 011484 SIP Dual Relay Controller, will allow for locking and unlocking doors and gates and sending alerts and notifications. It works with two high amperage relays that are used in conjunction with a network-managed IP security infrastructure.

The offering was created to provide additional security access management in areas requiring more stringent monitoring or where there is no person or two-way communication device present.

“I see IoT – Internet of Things – increasing with importance as part of a comprehensive notification and secure access solution for any organization, regardless of size. The new SIP Dual Relay Controller is a step in that direction. The relays can manage doors for secure access, as well as giving users the option to activate a device upon receipt of a notification that a sensor was triggered,” commented President & CEO, Phil Lembo.

To set up, users can enter a DTMF code on their VoIP phone, or use another remote call button or doorbell connected to it, to activate the relay. Once it is locked or unlocked, it can also send a notification.

For example, when used in a doorbell at a facility, a user will press the doorbell, and the controller will be activated. It will then make a SIP call and play a stored notification in the format of an audio message that is multicast over endpoints stating “visitor at door two.”

The notification can also be set to alert someone when the switch is activated or deactivated for things like humidity, moisture, or heat. In this case, notifications made will include things like, “heat sensor alert, network room three.” From this point, users can also activate the relay to perform functions such as turning on a fan.
 

Learn more about CyberData and its offerings at the upcoming ITEXPO happening live in Fort Lauderdale Florida from June 21-24. CyberData will be exhibiting at Booth # 437. This annual event is where buyers of communications and technology solutions meet resellers/MSPs, carriers and solutions providers to conduct business and form partnerships. Attendees also gain valuable new insight from keynotes presented by thought-leaders from around the globe. The expo floor is filled with more than 200 companies demonstrating the latest innovations in a marketplace setting.  REGISTER NOW




Edited by Maurice Nagle


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