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Front and rear panel views of the new IPSVR on-premise server model for the AtlasIED GLOBALCOM ecosystem.

AtlasIED Introduces New Products To Support GLOBALCOM Mass Communications Ecosystem

New Announcement Control System IP200 Series supports multiple VoIP requirements and IPSVR On-Premise Server provides storage and power to operate numerous AtlasIED platforms.

AtlasIED has announced two new additions to its GLOBALCOM enterprise-wide mass communication product ecosystem, the IP200 Series for announcement control to support users with VoIP requirements and the IPSVR on-premise server model providing the processing power and and hard drive storage required to operate multiple AtlasIED platforms.

“With any mass communications system deployment, customers have a range of decisions to make based on their technological, performance, and infrastructure requirements,” says 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.”

The IP200 Series includes three new models:

— IP200 Announcement Control Server, supports VoIP and IEDNet+
— IP216-D Announcement Control Server, supports Audio over Ethernet (AoE) functionality using Audinate Dante
— IP216-C Announcement Control Server, supports CobraNet digital audio transport

Each ACS controller model has the company’s GCK Advanced Notification Application Software application pre-installed, is “plug-and-play” ready and can be configured via a Microsoft Windows application.

Meanwhile, the new IPSVR on-premise server can be deployed with T-CAS, GLOBALCOM.Flight, LookHear, DIRECTOR, plus a GCK or GDS-4WTM hardware upgrade. It has an Intel Xeon Quad Core processor and Solid State Drive storage designed to provide higher performance and reliability than rotating media drives. Additionally, the IPSVR is suited for rack environments requiring peak two-socket performance and short chassis depth (1 RU) to overcome space constraints.

Go here for more about the GLOBALCOM ecosystem.


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