AtlasIED Bolsters GLOBALCOM Series of Products

AtlasIED introduces the IP200 Series for announcement control and the IPSVR, an on-premise server model, to the GLOBALCOM series.

PHOENIX — Underscoring its commitment to enterprise and mission critical grade communication efficiency and security, AtlasIED has introduced several new products to its GLOBALCOM Series of enterprise-wide mass communication product ecosystem.

The just announced IP200 Series for announcement control and IPSVR on-premise server model, are designed to help support customers in a range of industries including transportation, healthcare, commercial and industrial.

“With any mass communications system deployment, customers have a range of decisions to make based on their technological, performance, and infrastructure requirements,” comments Justin Young, general manager  at AtlasIED. “GLOBALCOM provides customers with intelligible, reliable, and scalable mass notification and life-safety solutions, and we’re pleased to deliver this latest host of products that provide more choice and flexibility to help customers achieve their goals.”

New GLOBAMCOM Products Include a Trio of IP200 Series Solutions

AtlasIED states that its ACS controllers are the heart of its GLOBALCOM product line and the new IP200 Series of controllers supports customers with varying VoIP requirements.

The IP200 Series features three new models:

AtlasIED points out that each ACS controller model incorporates its GCK Advanced Notification Application Software application pre-installed, and the products are plug-and-play ready through its easily configurable intuitive Microsoft Windows application.

The company adds that its new IPSVR on-premise server features the processing power and and hard drive storage required to operate multiple AtlasIED solutions, including T-CAS, GLOBALCOM.Flight, LookHear, and DIRECTOR products, and GCK or GDS-4WTM hardware upgrades. The IPSVR features an Intel Xeon Quad Core processor and solid state drive storage for higher performance and reliability than rotating media drives.

Moreover, the IPSVR is suited for rack environments requiring peak two-socket performance and short chassis depth (1 RU) to overcome space constraints.

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