AtlasIED is poised to deliver solutions that fill important niches in the world of IP-based communications through its IPX Series of IP endpoints.
Tailored to the K-12 educational and healthcare markets, as well as corporate facilities requiring a robust, high-tech communications system, the third-generation IPX Series of IP endpoints ensures quick and efficient notification through audio and visual messaging.
Through a Unified Communications (UC) environment or the AtlasIED GLOBALCOM.IP ecosystem, the IPX Series “delivers smart automation, including pre-programmed notifications for common functions like bells and critical alerts,” according to the company press release.
A comprehensive library of pre-recorded messages is available through GLOBALCOM.IP or .EDU, which can be broadcast across the facility or directed to specific zones.
The IPX Series is also compatible with third-party scheduling and communications software including Cisco and Avaya.
The IPX Series uses existing IT infrastructure and offers auto-provisioning once it is on the network. “Talk To Me” interoperability ensures the IPX units can work within any VoIP system
The AtlasIED IPX series takes full advantage of existing voice and data networks while preserving the convenience of VoIP phones to cover important areas that a VoIP handset alone cannot. All of the products in the series are shipping now.
Cisco Partnership Increases Reliability of IPX Series
As a Cisco Premier Partner, AtlasIED makes its endpoints available on Cisco Solutions Plus or through AltasIED Solutions partners. The partnership adds functionality, redundancy, and the renowned Cisco name to AtlasIED’s IPX Endpoint solutions.
Within Cisco Call Manager (CUCM), AtlasIED IPX Series devices automatically provision onto the existing network for easy installation and seamless communications between Call Manager.
GLOBALCOM.IP and IPX Series devices support Cisco’s Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST), which provides remote location call-processing redundancy if access to the centralized Cisco CUCM is interrupted due to a Wide Area Network (WAN) outage.