HID Global, RedCloud to Demonstrate Integrated Solution at ISC West
IRVINE, Calif. — HID Global has expanded its partnership with RedCloud to integrate and resell HID’s EDGE EVO and VertX EVO networked access control solutions into RedCloud’s portfolio of Web-based networked access control appliances
“We recognize that RedCloud is a pioneer in the industry and one of the fastest-growing providers of physical access control systems,” says Eric Widlitz, managing director, identity and access management, Americas, HID Global. “Combining our latest IP-enabled solutions with RedCloud’s portfolio provides customers a broad set of options for open architecture, Web-based access control solutions.”
HID’s EDGE EVO product line includes single-door power over Ethernet (PoE)-enabled controllers for organizations with an existing IT infrastructure. The VertX EVO portfolio comprises multidoor controllers with downstream interface modules for environments with an existing traditional access system in place and a limited IT infrastructure. Combined with RedCloud’s appliances, the solutions support facility expansion or any future changes to security configurations. All RedCloud Express, RedCloud Enterprise, and RedCloud Virtual appliances support open and reusable field hardware from HID.
RedCloud will demonstrate the new, integrated solution at Booth No. 2095, and in HID’s Partner Pavilion in Booth No. 10051 at ISC West.
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