AMAG Technology of Torrance, Calif., has upgraded its Javelin Series card readers, which are available with and without keypads.
SSI Staff · March 31, 2013
Upselling end users’ access control can begin by moving manual lock users to pushbutton locks. This starts weaning customers off key-based locks and into higher revenue, more profitable electronic locks. With such a migration, the customer obtains increased access control security and flexibility. Also, property managers are learning to love managed services.
October 31, 2012
Innovations in physical and logical access control are giving integrators newfound opportunities to provide end users with greater system capabilities. Find out what’s going on in the realm of managed/hosted cloud-based alternatives, HSPD-12/FIPS-201 federal government compliance and near-field communications.
By Rodney Bosch · September 03, 2012
The iCLASS secure identity object (SIO)-enabled (SE) reader by Irvine, Calif.-based HID Global features with a tamper-proof design using EAL5+-certified secure element hardware to protect keys and cryptographic operations for additional identity data security.
SSI Staff · August 29, 2011
Torrance, Calif.-based AMAG Technology releases the Javelin Series card readers, which operate on the company's various Symmetry platforms.
SSI Staff · August 21, 2011
HID Global of Irvine, Calif., unveils the OMNIKEY 6221 USB reader, a portable smart card reader that includes a removable MicroSD flash memory slot and reader for subscriber identity module (SIM)-sized contactless smart cards.
SSI Staff · August 17, 2010
Software House of Westford, Mass., a Tyco Int'l company, unveils its iSTAR Edge two-reader IP device, which has earned UL 294B, UL 294 and UL 1076 listings.
SSI Staff · March 09, 2010
Under a strategic partnership, Codebench Inc. and Brivo Systems are developing an HSPD-12-compliant Web-connected access control system they say will be an industry first, Codebench announces.
February 02, 2010
The first privatized community for unaccompanied military personnel breaks new ground with the help of GE Security. GE's integrated access control and fire and life safety solutions helps keep San Diego's sailors safe.
December 10, 2009
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, located in Columbus, Ga., turned to AMAG Technology to find a comprehensive access control solution for its 190,000-square-foot museum. The facility houses more than 30,000 artifacts, including contents from Saddam Hussein's palace.
October 11, 2009