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08.11.2018, 12:50

PAC Launches 3xLOGIC Security and Business Intelligence Solutions in the UK

Company News, Front-of-House/Security, EMEA, Americas, Technology
Leading provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions and a three-time Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ winner, 3xLOGIC, Inc., today announced the availability of its portfolio of solutions including infinias access control, VIGIL video management system and TRENDS business intelligence platform into the European market through its sister company, PAC, located in Stockport in the UK.

 

While 3xLOGIC’s solutions have been trusted for many years in North America and beyond, the launch of infinias, VIGIL and TRENDS in the UK represents the first time that the cost-effective, easy-to-use solutions have been made available in Europe, a key new market for 3xLOGIC.

 

Whether leveraging cloud or server-based options, 3xLOGIC’s infinias, VIGIL and TRENDS solutions are easy to manage, simple to install and simple to scale, to meet an organisation’s changing needs. “infinias is the original IoT access control system, and it now serves thousands of installations ranging from one to thousands of doors,” said Wayne Jared, VP of Engineering for 3xLOGIC. “Its market-leading design, simplicity, scalability and integration with video have resulted in exponential adoption across all vertical markets including delivering commercial-grade features at a price point for the small-to-medium business market.”

 

The launch of the 3xLOGIC solutions meets a fast-growing demand in the European market for a solution which is internet-facing with a cloud back-end. These solutions will be available in the UK from November 2018, followed by other European markets in due course, and will be supplied by existing PAC partners who possess the necessary skill set and business model to leverage this exciting technology.

 

Infinias access control is available in four versions: CLOUD, ESSENTIALS, PROFESSIONAL AND CORPORATE, each tailored to specific end user needs and capabilities.

 

The VIGIL Software Suite provides a powerful, enterprise-grade video management system (VMS) with unrivaled ease of set-up and use. VIGIL Server software is the core program upon which all other 3xLOGIC applications are built. With an Easy Set-up Wizard to guide users through installation, the application has users up and running in minutes. Designed with bandwidth limitations in mind, VIGIL Server utilises 3xLOGIC proprietary RapidStream technology and Substream Motion Detection capabilities to provide high resolution over low bandwidth networks.

 

To support 3xLOGIC’s solutions—infinias, VIGIL and TRENDS—PAC will offer robust after-sales support through telephone and field support engineers based in the UK. In addition, a series of online training courses have been developed to ensure customers can take full advantage of all the features and benefits infinias offers. A dedicated training facility in Manchester will offer hands-on training for end users, while they can also schedule on-site and/or online training to supplement their needs.

 

For more information on 3xLOGIC’s’s infinias access control solution, please visit https://pacgdx.com/products/3xlogic.

 

 

About PAC GDX

PAC and GDX which have a combined experience of over 70 years in the security industry. Driven by constant innovation and continuously evolving physical and cyber threats, our solutions provide unparalleled quality of products and services to protect people, property and assets.

 

PAC and GDX’s versatile and scalable solutions are suitable for any application and environment. From a single door installation to a fully integrated global web-based system, our extensive product portfolio exceeds expectations. Our offering fully embraces the concept of highly secure premises and includes a whole range of readers, controllers, door entry panels, handsets and software which can be integrated with CCTV, Time and Attendance, Intruder and Staff Protection.

 

 

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