Tyco Brings CEM to Americas

Tyco Brings CEM to AmericasTyco Security Products has announced it is bringing its popular brand of CEM Systems access control products to the Americas. The products have been sold primarily in Europe and Asia for the last 25 years, and have been popular with airports which use a custom version of CEM’s flagship AC2000 access control solution.

“CEM’s solutions have been an extremely important part of Tyco Security Products security portfolio in Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific regions for many years. Their solutions have been very popular in applications requiring a higher degree of customization, particularly in the enterprise space,” said Mike Ryan, president of Tyco Security Products, in a statement. “We’re pleased to be able to expand the reach of these solutions globally as an intrinsic part of our end to end security offering.”

The emerald intelligent multifunctional IP access terminal, which is a touchscreen reader, door controller, VOIP intercom and system terminal, is included in the CEM portfolio. It includes a touch-screen LCD as well as apps for security professionals to use in order to update personnel records, book meeting rooms, and send important messages to cardholders.

The product suite will be on display at the upcoming ASIS Conference & Exhibition.

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