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ISONAS, Inc. Overview:

Since 1999 ISONAS has been revolutionising access control with one simple solution and is today’s leading manufacturer of Pure IP™ Access Control hardware.  When paired with their industry leading cloud hosted software solutions or 3rd party full featured access control software, a complete access control platform is formed.  An ISONAS system provides the perfect product solution for securing facilities while reducing costs and providing all of the advantages that Pure IP™ technology brings to the door. 

ISONAS is based in the global technology hub of Boulder, Colorado, and has one goal; to change the global access control market, and provide a product solution that is secure, reliable, trusted, and more technologically advanced than anything before. Today, the company is realising that vision with the ISONAS solution installed globally in over 30 countries in a wide variety of vertical markets. ISONAS has been recognised as one of Boulder County’s fastest growing companies as well as by industry partners such as Milestone Systems, year after year for its powerful video and access control integration.

  • Products
  • Access control
  • IP-to-the-door solution
  • Access control reader-controllers
  • IP Bridge
  • Software
  • Industries
  • Business
  • Education
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Multi-Tenant

ISONAS, Inc. news

ISONAS to exhibit new IP-Bridge 2.0 access control solution at ISC West 2018

ISONAS Inc., IP access control manufacturer, has announced that the company will be unveiling its new IP-Bridge 2.0 at booth #11121 at the ISC West trade show, the largest security event in the world. The ISC West show will take place on April 11th – 13th at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, NV. At the show, ISONAS will be featuring its pure IP family of hardware and software products, along with the launch of the next generation of its access control encoder; the new IP-Bridge 2.0. ISONAS has continued to expand their integrated community and will introduce additional partners at ISC West; further expanding the power of choice for customers. IP-Bridge 2.0 As IP technologies and IoT devices proliferate the security market, the IP-bridge has been the tool to migrate old legacy systems into the IP era. Just like the video encoder transitioned the analog video surveillance market to IP, the new IP-Bridge 2.0 delivers this same simple path for the access control market. With more processing power and additional functionality local to the device, the IP-Bridge 2.0 expands on the core benefits of its predecessor, allowing users to avoid a rip and replace scenario. Paired with the ISONAS R-1 Wiegand readers, the IP-Bridge 2.0 provides access to Bluetooth Low Energy capabilities, giving legacy system takeovers access to mobile credentials along with a straightforward road to IP technology. Pure IP access control In addition, ISONAS plans to reveal two new integration partners at ISC West, expanding the functionality of its software and hardware platforms. The newest integration with Entrust Datacard’s software, TruCredential, brings a flexible badge printing solution to Pure Access and delivers an easy-to-use card design, issuance and management system. The second integration is with a global access control software company that will utilize the ISONAS hardware SDK to drive the benefits of Pure IP hardware with their enterprise level access control software platform. This new partner will be revealed at the ISONAS media event taking place on Wednesday, April 11th at 4 p.m. “We are extremely excited to launch our new IP-Bridge 2.0 at the ISC West show this year as well as our latest integration partners,” states Rob Mossman, CEO at ISONAS. “Our business is committed to the continued growth of our integrated partners and becoming the defacto standard for IP Access Control hardware. We look forward to educating our customers on the benefits of our IP solution at our annual media event and keeping the Pure IP revolution moving forward.”

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