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TELEX Radio Dispatch Makes Security Industry Trade Show Debut at ASIS 2011, Booth 677
Posted on Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Burnsville, MN, August 23, 2011: Telex Radio Dispatch, a global leader in ROIP/VOIP-based dispatch communications solutions, is making its ASIS trade show debut this year, marking the brand’s increased focus on security and mass notification applications. ASIS 2011 runs from September 19-22 in Orlando, Florida. 
About Telex Radio Dispatch
Part of the Bosch Security Systems, Inc., Communications Systems Division family of brands, Telex has designed and manufactured the industry’s most trusted and widely deployed radio dispatch equipment for over 30 years, providing systems for the federal government, public safety, municipalities, schools, emergency response, airports, utilities, transportation industries, and more.
The Telex Dispatch System Solution
The Telex IP-223 IP network remote adapter panel forms the core of the Telex dispatch system, and is used in conjunction with Telex IP-based software consoles and peripheral equipment. The IP-223 allows the interoperable interfacing of multiple radios, telephones, satellite and cellular devices, intercoms, mass notification systems, and existing dispatch equipment, allowing complete cross-platform ROIP/VOIP communications connectivity and control from a single console position, via Ethernet. No other IP-based critical communications system is as reliable, scalable, or flexible.
“We are very pleased to introduce the Telex Dispatch solution to security industry professionals at ASIS,” says Craig Georgeson, Product Marketing Manager, Telex Radio Dispatch, “and to share how these systems can work as part of general security operations and mass notification systems. The IP-233 can provide the missing link in security and life safety communications, helping to seamlessly connect, control, and coordinate emergency responders or outside agencies with internal security personnel, for example. Telex equipment can also be integrated to interface with audio mass notification systems like the Bosch Praesideo Digital Public Address and Emergency Sound System. Whether integrators or end-users, I invite ASIS attendees to visit us to learn how they can convert their existing analog communications equipment to an IP backbone, or how we can help extend the reach and capacity of their communications infrastructure as part of their overall security system. The Bosch name is very well established and trusted in the security industry; as a Bosch-owned brand, Telex Radio Dispatch adds a dynamic new dimension to our product offerings for this market.”