Larger companies or institutions often use separate, independent communications networks that are not connected to the normal telephone system and therefore have no connection to the public telecommunications network.
These autonomous secondary networks are often implemented via VoIP-based subsystems and used for purely internal calls, e.g. to transmit sensitive data in a particularly secure manner. But also building services, PA systems and intercom stations are often directly wired to each other independently of the telephone system.
The disadvantage: Without connection to the telephone system, these networks cannot be integrated into company-wide communication processes. Especially for alerting purposes, however, the integration of all existing call stations, sensors, installations and terminal devices is a key asset.
Our DAKS module of the month 'Gateway' establishes a convenient and secure connection. With 'Gateway', DAKS enables calls between independent in-house networks and the outside telecommunications world without compromising the security of the autonomous networks. Stations connected directly via SIP are also integrated into the corporate communication using 'Gateway'.
In this way, all these networks and stations can be integrated into DAKS alarm processes as well and thus be used more effectively – especially where security is concerned.
Gateway – the most relevant information at a glance!
More information about DAKS + Gateway can be found here:
Could our Module of the Month be interesting for you?
Again, we have prepared a short checklist for you regarding our DAKS application module 'Gateway'. This will give you a quick overview of whether this module might be of interest to you.
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