CyberData to Exhibit at CITE's 63rd Annual Conference,
Will Introduce and Demo Hybrid Paging Technology™
Monterey, CA – CyberData, a leading innovator in VoIP communication solutions, will be exhibiting at CITE's biggest event of the year at the Sacramento Convention Center November 28-29. California IT in Education is a not-for-profit, professional membership association supporting the IT Professionals working in schools.
Attendees of the CITE conference support all facets of IT including CTOs and Directors of Technology, Network Managers and Engineers, Data Base Administrators, Support, and Technicians. The purpose is to converge to share ideas and information and learn more about the best technology tools to help improve teaching, learning and administration.
A live demo will be shown in booth 1241 of their latest release - the 011579 SIP Paging 25V/70V Amplifier - and Hybrid Paging Technology™. CyberData's Hybrid Paging Technology™ allows for both traditional analog/constant voltage paging and VoIP paging to be used on the same network, giving users the best of both worlds.
1) Hybrid Paging Technology™: Integrates analog, constant voltage and SIP/Multicast technology for comprehensive coverage.
2) Advanced SIP and Multicast Support with Calendar Scheduling Software: Boasts a bell scheduler with a calendar feature, enabling scheduled bells and prerecorded messages to be disseminated to different multicast zones and analog speakers. Additional features include: two SIP extensions for live paging and night ringer functions, multi-user login capabilities, call-in recording for stored messages, and 1Gb of available space for storing messages, bells, and other audio created by the user.
3) Sole Sourcing: CyberData is the exclusive source for procurement and support.
4) Scalability and Flexibility: Can connect to hundreds of speakers (depending on power settings) and pages to an unlimited number of multicast-enabled endpoints.
5) Enhanced Security: CyberData prioritizes security with TLS 1.2 and SRTP protocols, ensuring that IP endpoints are safeguarded in both local and cloud-based environments.
Recent legislation introduced at the state and federal level regarding safety and emergency alerting within schools focuses on notification directly to law enforcement, with additional requirements such as silent panic alert technology (SPAT) an added component, depending on the state. This conference seeks to bring together those professionals involved with supporting schools from a technology standpoint, and the solutions available to those professionals and the schools they serve.
Allyn Donigian Director of Marketing
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