Published on 6 May, 2014
Software House, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, announced the C•CURE 9000 SiteServer, a compact network device that provides a full-featured, low-cost access control solution for small sites, up to 32 readers, and is powerful enough to be used in a distributed enterprise environment. C•CURE 9000 SiteServer is a complete single-box access control solution, enabling everything from designing and printing badges for new employees, to monitoring day-to-day personnel activity via the easy to use web-interface.
“C•CURE 9000 has always been the solution of choice for large, enterprise customers with rigorous security requirements. Those same customers looked to Software House to help provide that same level of functionality to some of their smaller branches or satellite offices, and C•CURE 9000 SiteServer delivers that in a cost-effective solution,” said Jason Ouellette, Director of Product Management for Tyco Security Products access control technologies. “This latest version of C•CURE 9000 SiteServer takes that to the next level with its support for a distributed environment.”
Pre-installed software and an intuitive start up wizard make C•CURE 9000 SiteServer easy to learn and operate no matter the size of the business. A pre-configured starter database containing 32 doors with associated inputs, outputs, alarms, and card formats reduces setup time, while the powerful web interface makes it easy to remotely manage personnel records, display dynamic views of doors, readers, inputs/outputs, and controllers, and monitor system activity. Plus, a health dashboard provides visibility to network bandwidth, memory and other important system functionality.