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Midwich distributing 2N

The distributor Midwich is now distributing 2N IP intercom products. 2N provide intercoms, access control, lift systems, IP audio, M2M (remote data reading and management of end-user services) and telecommunications.

Matt Raban, 2N’s UK and Ireland Business Development Manager, said: “Midwich Group are now part of the 2N distribution partner network in the UK; a significant step in maintaining their position as the world leading supplier of IP intercoms and audio systems. Midwich Security are an ideal partner for this product range and meet the technical support level required for such a product portfolio. Midwich’s commitment to technical training means that they are ready and able to support their channel partners in this cutting edge market place.

“2N’s new product developments including IP access control, Bluetooth and biometric readers will be coming online this year along with new colour versions of the highly acclaimed Helios’s IP VERSO intercom. Both 2N and Midwich group are ideally positioned to supply this rapidly growing sector of the security market.”

Users in schools and other workplace markets can make use of the RFID access card, besides a mobile phone with Bluetooth for access to a building. Visitors can get through to reception from door intercoms meaning the receptionist no longer has to stay behind the reception counter; they are now able to pick up the call from the door on a mobile phone or tablet.

Another user is a marina in Montenegro. The investor placed emphasis on keeping with the luxury styling, to complement the exclusivity of the complex, and at the same time to make use of IP infrastructure without the need for an extra spend. The 2N intercom is now a feature of 18 entrances and 111 apartments. The intercoms provide the apartment owners with control of the arrivals of those visiting. The apartment residents also have the option of automatically saving the image from the intercom camera, which can make a record of callers while the owners are not at home.



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