“Our new relationship with Invixium broadens our physical security portfolio and provides channel partners with a proven and flexible solution that offers their end-users an easy to use and highly secure and advanced access control system,” Suzanne Macdonald, director of sales, Ingram Micro Canada said in a press release. “Physical security represents a fast-growing, converging market opportunity for channel partners, and is a key area of focus and specialization for Ingram Micro.”
Invixium’s new products utilize multi-factor authentication with access cards and PINs. They can store up to 100,000 unique users and 500,000 log records, and are compatible with Bluetooth, PoE, TCP/IP and Wi-Fi-enabled devices. The access products can also be monitored and configured remotely with web-based software.
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