Viscount Systems Launches Enterphone iQ at ISC West

Viscount Systems Inc. announced that it will launch a new mid-priced telephone entry system, "Enterphone iQ" this year at ISC West, the largest security industry trade show in the U.S. 

 Enterphone iQ is based on Viscount's legacy MESH technology, which enables facility management professionals and property managers to effectively control visitor access to residential, mixed use, and resort complexes.

"We're looking forward to unveiling the newest addition to our Enterphone portfolio to the thousands of exhibitors and attendees at ISC West this year," said Dennis Raefield, President and CEO of Viscount. "Enterphone iQ captures a price point we did not previously target and allows Viscount to further penetrate a resurgent telephone entry market."

Enterphone Touch Screen Kiosks and free-standing Kiosks are located at building entrances, lobbies and gates, and allow building tenants to communicate with visitors and grant or deny entry. Enterphone iQ joins Viscount's other Enterphone product lines, which include a range of options that offer customizable levels of aesthetics, resilience and functionality. The mid-priced Enterphone iQ offers a software-based telephone entry system at a price comparable to competitors' black and white, LCD, text line displays.

Along with the additional Enterphone offerings, Enterphone iQ is designed to provide access control for the apartment and high rise condominium building market, the rapidly growing gated community market and various resort and mixed use developments that use traditional telephone wire intercom access control systems.

In today's high-risk environment, real estate developers and property managers need to fully leverage their investment in IT infrastructure while also ensuring a high level of protection for residents and guests. Viscount's entire Enterphone product line, including our Enterphone iQ model, effectively delivers that promise.

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