AlarmWATCH Inc. Hosts First Security Technology Summit - U.S. Independent Alarm Dealers Gather with Experts to Gain Industry Knowledge on the Impact and Pitfalls of VoIP

U.S. independent security alarm dealers, manufacturers, and telecom professionals discuss impact of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology on alarm signals and security monitoring at first-of-many industry summits.

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VoIP is rapidly replacing traditional phone services in ways that we may not be aware of. Alarm security dealers need to understand the pitfalls. It is no longer clear or guaranteed which calls are carried by traditional phone networks and which are VoIP.

Hunt Valley, MD (PRWEB) June 06, 2012

More than 120 U.S. independent security alarm dealers, manufacturers, and telecom professionals will gather at the ‘first of many’ summits to discuss the impact of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology on alarm signals and security monitoring.

The VoIP summit organized and hosted by AlarmWATCH, Inc., a leading UL-certified central monitoring station, will take place on Thursday, June 7, 2012, (noon to 3:00 pm) at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Hunt Valley, Maryland.

Mr. Guy Kline of AlarmWATCH, Inc. will moderate the summit with a distinguished panel of industry experts: Larry Byers of DSC Tyco Products, Steve Farkas of Interlogix UTC, Jim Filer of Honeywell, Dave Mann of Certified System Design, and Brad Nye of Engage Communications and Protection Plus.

“VoIP is rapidly replacing traditional phone services in ways that we may not be aware of,” said Guy Kline, V.P. of Sales and Marketing for AlarmWATCH, Inc. “We need to understand the pitfalls, especially when it comes to the security industry and protecting our customers. It is no longer clear or guaranteed which calls are carried by traditional phone networks and which calls are VoIP; this could threaten the delivery of alarm signals to the central station.”

AlarmWATCH, Inc. is known for its many security business partnerships and business acumen programs to meet the growing needs of large and small U.S. independent alarm dealers and diversified industries such as fire and crime watch associations, locksmiths, and home theater installers. The company supports and monitors tens of thousands of its dealers’ customers to include government facilities, commercial businesses, and residential homeowners to protect them from the emergent threats of burglary, fire, computer hacking, and identity theft, as well as providing a host of other commercial and lifestyle monitoring solutions.

To receive the VoIP white paper and information about upcoming summits, events and trainings at the AlarmWATCH University (AWU), sign up at http://www.alarmwatchinc.com/signup.

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About AlarmWATCH, Inc.

AlarmWATCH, Inc. (http://www.alarmwatchinc.com) is a full service UL-certified central monitoring facility, capable of handling all alarm formats to protect commercial and residential properties from crime and emergent threats. Founded in 1990, the company has developed a solid reputation for its fast response time and distinctive ‘Total Support’ services and best business practices. State-of-the-art software and hardware programs ensure optimal security monitoring performance with a comprehensive range of security protection products and services tailored to a client or business owners’ preferences and needs.


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