Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. VoIP articles below.
The E-30TF-IP touch-free entry phone is equipped with a motion sensor to reduce exposure to germs and bacteria.
In food handling facilities, sophisticated physical access control and surveillance systems can offer a cost effective solution to reducing public and operational risk.
The 22TB-IP is a 2' x 2' drop-in ceiling tile IP speaker that enables two-way conversations and end point paging via SIP as well as standard paging and background music via multicast.
The E-60-IP Series are compact, vandal resistant VoIP entry phones designed to provide quick and reliable hands-free communication for SIP VoIP phone systems with PoE.
The K-1775-IP combines a phone, relays, dialer, keyless entry, proximity reader, and camera into one unit that is easy to install, program, and operate.
The SR-IP is a loud ringer that notifies employees of incoming calls and visitors with traditional ringing sounds, doorbell tones, and/or a flashing LED.
With building occupants increasingly relying on mobile devices, facility management recognizes the imperative to provide reliable networks — among other technology amenities.
The firms are working on the interoperability of their products to allow, among other things, pre-integrated SIP telephony solutions for hosted VoIP.
Columnist Tom Condon urges professionals to think through mass notification systems first. Can it be hosted in house? Who should be notified? Can the telco handle it?
Inadequate networks can prove to be the fly in the VoIP ointment.