Mountain Secure Systems Picks Up Additional Orders from City of Denver to Expand Wireless Network
Mountain Secure Systems (MSS) has announced that it will provide additional Summit™ Series wireless network radios to the City of Denver's Public Works Traffic Operations. The new orders call for 35 new Summit Series radios to expand coverage for a video surveillance network, aimed at improving traffic control at various intersections throughout the city. Last December, MSS provided 50 Summit Series wireless network radios for this very same video surveillance system.
Made in the USA, Summit radios provide coverage for point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and wireless mesh networks in the 2.4 and 5.8 GHz unlicensed frequency bands, as well as the licensed 4.9 GHz public safety band. Product options include FIPS 140-2 validation, which provides highly secure, end-to-end encryption, as well as 802.11n MIMO technology, which offers connection speeds up to 150 Mbps. The Summit's rugged hardware is built to outlast the harshest environments, which is perfect for virtually any outdoor video, voice or data application. Summit's intuitive software makes it easy to install, configure and manage an entire network from any location with Internet access. In addition, Summit radios come with an industry-leading two-year warranty, as well as the flexibility to be configured in numerous manners and/or customized to meet a client's specific requirements.
"Mountain Secure Systems is proud to continue doing business with the City of Denver," said Ken Dickson, General Manager of Mountain Secure Systems. "Our Summit Series wireless network radios simplify the process of expanding coverage for video surveillance networks."
MSS is also a proud provider of wireless network radios to the Chicago Police Department, which operates one of the largest dedicated broadband wireless video surveillance networks in the United States. To date, over 1,100 MSS wireless network radios have been deployed for the Chicago PD.
For more information, please visit www.mountainsecuresystems.com.
Posted by Ron M. Seidel, Editorial Intern
March 8, 2012