Networked Security Solutions Developer Partners with PSA
Next Level Security Systems, Carlsbad, Calif., announced that its full product line is now available to members of PSA Security Network, an electronic cooperative representing security system integrators.
The PSA Security Network is an organization that encompasses more than 200 electronic security systems integrators and aligns them with more than 250 vendor partners. The PSA Network is responsible for more than $2 billion in annual security systems design, installation, integration and maintenance of access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, fire, and life safety systems. By leveraging the power of the PSA Security Network, Next Level Security Systems is able to deliver its solutions to an expanded customer base, the company said.
“IP-based security technologies bring substantial value and advanced capabilities to PSA members and their customers,” said Bill Bozeman, president and chief executive officer, PSA. “Next Level Security Systems’ solutions enhance value due to its technology innovations that ease complex installations and maximize customer value. We are pleased to make its portfolio of IP-based security solutions available to our integrator community.”
The NLSS Gateway is a unified, networked security platform that integrates video management software, IP access control, video analytics and intrusion into a single platform. This unique approach allows data from these traditionally separate subsystems to be correlated without custom integration, while combined data is available to operators through a single, intuitive user interface.
We are excited to offer our integrated IP solutions to the industry leading integrators part of PSA that are knowledgeable about the inherent value of networked-based security solutions,” said Peter Jankowski, chairman and CEO, Next Level Security Systems. “We can deliver IP technologies that maximize security for end customers as well as offer services that build valuable service revenue for integrators.”