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[November 29, 2012]

CyberData Corporation Continues to Expand Product Line, Releasing the New SIP Outdoor Keypad Intercom

MONTEREY, Calif. --(Business Wire)--

CyberData (News - Alert) Corporation continues to meet the challenges of a growing and demanding market by releasing the new SIP Outdoor Keypad Intercom, it was announced today. This brand new device combines the versatility of a SIP-based keypad intercom with the increased weather protection rating of IP65. CyberData has expanded their line of VoIP SIP-based intercoms, all of which now support SRST (Survivable Remote Site Telephony) in a CISCO environment.

"This year, we've continued to meet the requests for new products and additional features and functions on our existing products. This new SIP Outdoor Keypad Intercom is a result of listenng to what folks in the market are asking for," said Phil Lembo, President and CEO of CyberData.


This latest release expands on CyberData's one-button V3 VoIP SIP-enabled Outdoor Intercom, now with a 12 button keypad that is backlit. Operating as both a two-way communication and secure access device, Lembo says the device is perfect for commercial and residential settings, the retail and manufacturing segment, classrooms and universities and much more. Both the one button and keypad intercoms now come with optional shrouds, sold separately, for greater weather protection.

CyberData has continued to set the standard with more releases of new devices such as the new Talkback Speaker in SIP and Singlewire enabled versions, the new V3 Paging Server with voice prompts and password controlled zones, and the V3 SIP Office Ringer, now supporting SRST and used for general paging and mass notification.

To learn more about CyberData, please visit www.cyberdata.net


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