Matrix cordially invites to visit at Hall No. 18 - Stall No. B-105 at the 24th Convergence India Expo 2016, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from January 20th – 22nd, 2016
Matrix will be showcasing its well-engineered telecom, video surveillance, time-attendance and access control solutions

Matrix, a leading manufacturer of enterprise grade telecom and security products, is participating in the 24th Convergence India Expo, New Delhi. Convergence is a leading B2B IT & ICT event that has been organised with the theme of “Digital India” this year. The event will focus on new-age technologies and merging business solutions that enrich the lives of a billion people. Matrix being a consistent exhibitor at Convergence India for the last 6 years is all set to repeat its success story.

“Convergence is a major technology event in India, bringing IT professionals, system integrators and Business prospects on a common platform. We are looking forward to meet key service providers and system integrators to share insights and successful case studies with and explain our business solutions” added Prima Saraiya, Marketing Manager.

Telecom domain

Under the domain of telecom solutions, Matrix will be showcasing its complete range of Business Phone Systems, VoIP & GSM Gateways and Converged Voice & Data products. ETERNITY LE, an IP-PBX for Large Enterprise with up to 1344 analogue ports and 1500 IP users will be showcased at the exhibition. ETERNITY LE is a powerful communication solution designed for corporate offices, manufacturing houses, education/apartment campuses and hotels to transcend all technological, organisational and geographical boundaries. Matrix will also showcase its NAVAN CNX200 – the all-in-one office solution for all voice, data, internet, wireless, mobility and messaging needs of small businesses and branch offices with up to 24 users. Additionally, Matrix will also present its all new range of Digital & IP Phones.

Time-attendance and access control domain

"During this exhibition, we will demonstrate our enterprise grade time-attendance solution with real-time features such as auto push events to server, instant notification, automatic device identification, scheduler service for report & backup and more" said Jatin Desai, Product Manager, Matrix

Under the time-attendance and access control domain, Matrix will demonstrate its time-attendance and access control solutions that help enhance productivity and security of SME, SOHO and large enterprises. The newly launched COSEC ARC - a unique IP based access control panel having multiple benefits over conventional access control panel will also be showcased at the expo. Being PoE based, it eliminates complex wiring and local power requirements. Its din rail and wall mount option gives flexibility to mount even where the space is a constraint.

“During this exhibition, we will demonstrate our enterprise grade time-attendance solution with real-time features such as auto push events to server, instant notification, automatic device identification, scheduler service for report & backup and more” said Jatin Desai, Product Manager of Access Control and Time-Attendance Solutions.

Video surveillance domain

Under the video surveillance domain, Matrix will also be launching SATATYA SAMAS, its enterprise-grade centralised management software. SATATYA SAMAS is a fully distributed solution designed for 24X7 video surveillance needs of multi-location, multi-server organisations. It provides features like Sequencing, Audio-Visual Alerts, SMS/ Email with Snapshot Notifications, Integration with Access Control, Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA), etc. for easy central and remote monitoring of organisations. With inclusion of video analytics like people counting, tailgate, face detection, license plate recognition etc. SATATYA SAMAS can help users to centrally monitor multiple locations with least human intervention.

“Upon successful entry into the SME and LE segment with the recording devices and understanding their requirements in detail, the SATATYA SAMAS will provide these enterprises with more security and promptness to increase productivity. This will in turn provide them with more opportunity for growth” said Kaushal Kadakia, Product Manager of Video Surveillance Solutions.

Matrix cordially invites to visit at Hall No. 18 - Stall No. B-105 at the 24th Convergence India Expo 2016, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from January 20th – 22nd, 2016 and see how the company’s well-engineered telecom and security solutions meet users’ stringent and mission-critical needs.

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