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With the introduction of the 5G networks, alongside the evolution of live chat affecting how people stay connected, there is extra pressure to deliver on speed and bandwidth, faster operating and mobiles enabling apps to work much harder including with video.
The signalling product company CSL and St Albans-based installer Amthal Fire and Security are working together for customers on the safe delivery of routers, alarms and data embracing all available signalling technologies.
Dave Willetts, CSL Head of Key Accounts, says: “Technology and the way we connect is evolving faster than ever and understanding the key trends, whilst staying at the forefront of its impact on system design, is critical to all our success, especially in the fire and security sector.
“Working closely and building relationships with customers such as Amthal is vital. And this is not in a supply chain, but in true partnership. We have both seen significant business growth, operating through some extraordinary circumstances, not least the current pandemic. Through delivering on tailored customer requirements, we can continue to upgrade systems to ensure connectivity standards remain high.”
Amthal says that it operates with CSL to ensure connectivity for CCTV and alarm signalling, allowing for remote upgrade and maintenance of products and services. The fire and security firm is now looking to upgrade with CSL to adopt more live working, that allows remote monitoring services through smart mobile apps.
Jamie Allam, CEO of Amthal, adds: “For fire and security, we are just on the cusp of seeing the potential of technological advancements and ability to create greater intelligence, faster response systems, visual insights and dedicated data.
“And whilst the lockdown period has halted many sector operations, as critical workers, it is our duty to continue our operations to keep buildings safe and secure. By working closely with trusted partners as CSL Group, we can bring these ideals together and ensure more powerful devices can be connected to one another, maintained and monitored remotely and efficiently for the benefit of customers across the UK.”