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Talk-A-Phone's Emergency Phones Now Integrate with Singlewire InformaCast Advanced Notification

Talk-A-Phone's Emergency Phones Now Integrate with Singlewire InformaCast Advanced NotificationTalk-A-Phone announces integration of the VOIP-500 series phone/WEBS Paging Module with Singlewire Software’s InformaCast Advanced Notification solution. With Talk-A-Phone’s public release of the VOIP-500 firmware version 1.0.1.12, users of the InformaCast Advanced Notification can now send audio broadcasts to Talk A Phone’s VOIP-500 series phones and WEBS paging devices over a network.

Talk-A-Phone's Emergency Phones Now Integrate with Singlewire InformaCast Advanced Notification“We are extremely pleased to announce the integration with Singlewire,” said Samuel Shanes, chairman and chief executive officer for Talk-A-Phone Co. “This is truly a significant step forward to building a comprehensive, all-encompassing mass notification solution for our joint customer base.”

The newly-released firmware allows users to activate the line-level output and to disable the speaker/microphone on Talk-A-Phone’s VOIP-500 series phones by entering a user-configurable DTMF code. The unit can also be programmed to have an auxiliary output trigger at the same time.

Talk-A-Phone's Emergency Phones Now Integrate with Singlewire InformaCast Advanced NotificationInformaCast Advanced Notification is a full-featured emergency notification solution that enables organizations to reach an unlimited number of phones with text, and live or pre-recorded audio messages. Notification can also be sent to IP speakers, existing analog overhead paging systems, computer desktops via a pop-up client or Cisco Jabber IM, IP-based digital signage, email and social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter. In addition, InformaCast Advanced Notification can also be used for automatically sending weather alerts, monitoring for 911/emergency numbers dialed within an organization, initiating an emergency conference call session with managers and triggering notification to and from other networked systems.

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