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Integrated Systems - News

Inner Range showcases new enterprise class security solution ‘Integriti’ at IFSEC 2012
Integriti utilises technologies such as server clustering, auto-discovery of door controllers and devices as well as integrated Ethernet to provide remote management and uploads via a Smartphone
Integriti is backward compatible

Integrated Security manufacturer Inner Range is anticipating an overwhelming interest in their new enterprise class security solution; Integriti at this year’s IFSEC show.

This intelligent 3rd generation platform will take centre stage at the security exhibition where the new product’s phenomenal capabilities can be viewed, first-hand.

Integriti is one of those solutions where you have to see it to believe it.” says Tim Northwood, General Manager at Inner Range Europe Limited.  Northwood continues: “The power of Integriti is endless.  Its scalability allows it to meet the demands of any size of organisation meaning it is cost effective for a business looking for an affordable entry level system, but has the ability to scale to manage up to 16 million users and 65,000 controllers – more than any organisation could ever require, but this allows Integriti to deliver phenomenal power, exceptional speed and total control.”

Users of Inner Range’s Concept system will be pleased to hear that Integriti is backward compatible and the Inner Range R&D team have worked hard to retain all the best loved parts of Concept, making it a familiar experience for Inner Range veterans’. 

So apart from the Power, Speed and Control, what’s new-Integriti utilises some of latest technologies such as server clustering, auto-discovery of door controllers and devices as well as integrated Ethernet to provide remote management and uploads via a Smartphone.  The development team have also placed great emphasis on improving the installation experience – ensuring that the hard work is done for the installer and that there is a seamless upgrade path for Concept customers.

Another key feature of Integriti is that it has been designed around system-centric-programming. The process of user set-up has been simplified to a “Who, What, Why” approach – which is a language people would use to describe their permissions, rather than system speak. This simple change revolutionises permissions set-ups and eliminates the fiddly bits associated with the Concept system.

Integriti’s first showing in the UK will be at IFSEC so make certain you visit the Inner Range stand – Hall 4 3/75.

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