|[January 10, 2013]
Viscount Awarded Contract to Secure New Mexico School District
BURNABY, British Columbia --(Business Wire)--
Viscount Systems (OTC Markets : VSYS), a leading edge high technology
supplier of security systems and software today is pleased to announce
that Viscount's Freedom access control system is being installed at a
series of K-12 schools in New Mexico. The Freedom systems are being used
for physical security and life safety.
"School districts everywhere are looking at creative ways to improve
security but are also faced with budgetary limitations," noted Stephen
Pineau, CEO of Viscount. "Since most school security upgrades are at
existing facilities the cost of running proprietary wire networks and
control panels is very daunting. Simply finding an available room to
mount panels is problematic. However, most school are heavily wired for
IT so nstalling Freedom represents substantial savings since each
Freedom Encryption bridge can use the existing network and the cost of
dedicated control panels is eliminated."
"The school security market has become a key vertical for Viscount, and
interest continues to increase for our Freedom access control platform
and for our other applications including visitor management, photo ID,
and video integration."
About Viscount Systems
Viscount Systems Inc., designs unified IT and physical security software
platforms for building security and emergency planning. Recent awards
include SIA Convergence (News - Alert) Solution of the Year 2011 and Homeland
Securities Platinum Award for Emergency Response and Gold Award for
Access Control at GOVSEC 2011.
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