It costs less than £30 to purchase a single line VoIP Adapter. They can just as easily be installed
and maintained by an IT tech as they can by an alarm engineer. Compare the cost of having a basic IT tech install a simple VoIP adapter
to the cost of an alarm company replacing an alarm panel. Multiply those costs by the number of fire and security alarm panels in your
business and you start to get an indication of the scale of savings that can be made by companies with multiple sites.
Our technology is utilised by retailers worldwide. Some of them have a few hundred stores and one of them has over 1500.
Imagine the initial savings they made by avoiding swapping out alarm panels and the savings they now make each and every month on the
cost of telephone line rental.
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is more commonly known as Voice over IP and it is used for almost every phone conversation that
takes place today. SIP networks are the modern-day replacement for traditional copper lines yet the majority of Alarm Companies and
Monitoring Centres have somehow failed to recognise this. The consequences of this oversight has proven very costly
for Alarm System owners as they continue to pay for increasingly expensive telephone lines. Don't be one of them!
IP Alarms have been transmitting alarm signals over SIP networks since 2002. We have experienced a lot of technical
challenges over that time and have been able to adapt our technology and network accordingly. Overly keen firewall rules,
routers with badly designed SIP ALG's, low spec Internet connections and countless other hurdles have been overcome in order
to prove that our technology is up to the task at hand.
Analog Terminal Adapters have been around for more than two decades. They can intelligently detect network failures and switch to
backup servers almost immediately. IP Alarms take full advantage of this important failover feature and our SIP servers are dispersed
across multiple data centres, providing our Customers with very robust technology. Where it could take days to detect a
faulty phone line and wait for it to be repaired, re-routing is now seamlessly built into our platform.