BURNABY, British Columbia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Viscount Systems Inc. (OTCQB: VSYS) today announced that the Company will launch Liberty, a new access control technology at ISC West, a leading security industry trade show which begins on April 10 in Las Vegas, NV. Liberty offers the same security and cost advantages as Viscount’s Freedom access control technology. Unlike Freedom, which continues to be a certified product for large commercial and Federal Government clients, Liberty has been designed as a packaged product for smaller integrators and dealers with a focus on simplicity. It will be sold through standard distribution. For more information visit www.libertyaccess.net.
"Some industry estimates show that facilities of under 12 doors represent up to 80% of the access control market,” noted Stephen Pineau, President and CEO of Viscount. “With Liberty we now have a powerful new product to complement Freedom and at the same time penetrate the mass market without impacting our certified reseller program.”
About Viscount’s Liberty Encryption Bridge Solution
Liberty Encryption Bridge is the first and only access control system that allows entry devices (ID cards, RFID readers, biometrics etc.) to be connected to standard building IT networks without requiring expensive control panels that are programmed from a PC. Liberty changes the paradigm of IT friendly access control. It eliminates up to 80% of the cost of traditional systems that require the installation of control panels.
About Viscount Systems
Viscount Systems Inc., designs unified IT and physical security software platforms for building security and emergency planning. Recent awards include the 2012 Microsoft “Be What’s Next” award, SIA Convergence Solution of the Year 2011 and Homeland Security Platinum Award for Emergency Response and Gold Award for Access Control at GOVSEC 2011.
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