Fresno, CA (PRWEB) December 5, 2006
Dantel, Inc. the leader in network surveillance and management systems, announced today that its WebMon Edge is now capable of providing up to 16 discrete alarm inputs or certain combinations of discrete and analog inputs.
"We recently had a potential customer who needed a remote application with eight to 12 discretes," said Dave Lauger, director of business development for Dantel. "Our WebMon Edge would have been the perfect application if only eight discretes were required. So we posed a challenge to our engineering team asking if the analog inputs on the WebMon Edge could be converted to discrete alarms. The answer, after extensive testing, was absolutely, you can convert the analog inputs to discrete alarms."
This addition gives end users more flexibility in meeting their alarm needs from a discrete and analog standpoint. Rather than having only one option consisting of eight discretes and eight analog inputs, one or more (up to eight) of the analog inputs on the WebMon Edge can be converted to discrete alarms.
"This new feature comes on the recent heals of the addition of analog inputs, a fiber optic interface option and an Ethernet switch option available on the WebMon Edge, positioning the WebMon Edge as the most versatile and cost effective remote monitoring solution in the market today," said Alan Hutcheson, president and CEO of Dantel.
About the Web Mon Edge
The Webmon Edge (NEBS level 3/UL/CSA/CE certified) is designed to improve quality of service by intelligently collecting and reporting mission critical information for businesses across various industries including telecommunications, utilities, cable, industrial, wireless and internet service providers. The product detects events, converting and reporting the information in SNMP v1, V2c and v3 protocol and interfaces to HP Open View, Micromuse™ Net Cool® or Dantel's VisionMaster or VisonMaster CS (Client Server). The WebMon Edge now features eight to sixteen discretes, or a minimum of eight discretes with the ability to convert analog inputs to discrete alarms, optional cellular connectivity, Ethernet switch and fiber interface.
About Dantel, Inc.
For 35 years, Dantel has been a recognized leader in the design, development and manufacture of surveillance and management solutions for critical infrastructure protection. As a Microsoft® Certified Partner we provide our customers with advanced solutions and benefits unsurpassed in our industry. Today's business climate demands cost effective, secure and reliable methods for remote monitoring. Today, more companies are demanding Dantel. For more information on Dantel, call 800-432-6835, or visit us at http://www.dantel.com.
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