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Ascom has announced the UK release of the d41 and d62 Dect handsets, together with the latest R3 update of the Ascom IP-Dect system.

The IP-Dect solution is said to be highly scalable from small systems with just a couple of handsets and one base station right up to systems comprising thousands of base stations installed on multiple sites, interfacing with one or many PBXs and capable of supporting up to 100,000 users roaming across those sites.

The R3 upgrade brings IP-Dect into line with Ascom’s voiceover Wi-Fi offering by adding ‘over-the-air’ software updates and handset configuration.

According to the company, this feature simplifies management of the mobiles and enables sharing of phones by multiple users with the download of individual setup and extension numbering initiated from the phone.

The d62 is the latest addition to the Ascom range of lone worker mobiles, providing a dedicated push-button alarm.

Ascom lone worker solutions can be provided on voiceover WiFi, IP-Dect or paging platforms and optionally include automatic ‘man-down’ and ‘no-movement’ initiation.

Depending on the platform chosen, there are differing solutions for identifying the location of alarms, which can be displayed graphically on PCs via a browser or sent to groups of users in a text format.

IP-Dect can provide approximate location via base-station location, which can be enhanced to provide room-level location site-wide or in specific areas by installing Dect locators.

Ascom launches d41 and d62 Dect handsets

Ascom has announced the UK release of the d41 and d62 Dect handsets, together with the latest R3 update of the Ascom IP-Dect system.

The IP-Dect solution is said to be highly scalable from small systems with just a couple of handsets and one base station right up to systems comprising thousands of base stations installed on multiple sites, interfacing with one or many PBXs and capable of supporting up to 100,000 users roaming across those sites.

The R3 upgrade brings IP-Dect into line with Ascom’s voiceover Wi-Fi offering by adding ‘over-the-air’ software updates and handset configuration.

According to the company, this feature simplifies management of the mobiles and enables sharing of phones by multiple users with the download of individual setup and extension numbering initiated from the phone.

The d62 is the latest addition to the Ascom range of lone worker mobiles, providing a dedicated push-button alarm.

Ascom lone worker solutions can be provided on voiceover WiFi, IP-Dect or paging platforms and optionally include automatic ‘man-down’ and ‘no-movement’ initiation.

Depending on the platform chosen, there are differing solutions for identifying the location of alarms, which can be displayed graphically on PCs via a browser or sent to groups of users in a text format.

IP-Dect can provide approximate location via base-station location, which can be enhanced to provide room-level location site-wide or in specific areas by installing Dect locators.

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