Quintron Systems Celebrates 40 Years of Technology Development

Quintron Systems Inc., a provider of interoperable voice systems and physical access control/intrusion detection systems, began its 40-year history in the 1960s with two civilian communications specialists at Vandenberg Air Force Base.

Over the years, Quintron has provided high technology products and cost-effective solutions to government and industry in support of mission-critical communications and security requirements for command and control applications.

Since 1970, Quintron’s mission critical voice communications systems, DICES, have operated in major command and control centers supporting missile launch and range operations, satellite control and battlefield simulation applications. The company’s single source solution provides interoperable communications on a point-to-point or multi-point conference basis with unlimited personnel connected to other types of disparate voice systems. Interface connectivity includes, telephone-to-telephone, telephone-to-radio, radio-to-radio, encrypted circuits, or cellular service interconnected to respond to critical requirements regardless of the end-user type of technology or brand.

Quintron also specializes in government and corporate access control systems using industry standard hardware with platform/database independent software to secure any type or size organization. From a single facility to a worldwide multi-site enterprise, Quintron’s AccessNsite is a scalable system that provides integration and interoperability between logical and physical security systems and other corporate IT systems and databases.

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