BoldNet

IP & 4G

Alarm signalling over conventional phone lines is becoming increasingly unreliable because of low cost phone routing and ‘New Generation’ communications networks.

At the same time, lines are becoming more expensive, costing money even when not in use, there is no guarantee they will be available when you need them and the PSTN network is approaching end-of-life which is why we offer our customers the option of choosing BoldNet for their alarm signalling comms.

IP network

Bold’s IP Network provides a fixed infrastructure cost, allowing you to transmit as much data as the network capacity supports. It also promptly notifies you of any connection issues.

Many organisations in the UK and abroad rely on BoldNet for dependable IP alarm signaling protection. We offer a variety of options tailored to different customer risk levels.

In the UK, BT have announced that PSTN will cease to operate by the end-of-life 2025. Now is the time to plan for the future before it’s too late.

features

The BoldNet signalling solution offers you all the advantages of using your existing IT network and low cost mobile data:

“We considered a number of solutions when it came to upgrading the security systems at the stations, selecting Bold as they are specialists in this area and we have worked with them in the past.”

ScotRail Project Manager
Andy Kinloch

For more information about alarm signalling solutions,
call +44(0) 1392 364777

FAQs

Remotely monitoring an alarm panel means a realtime response can be provided by a CMS or ARC in the event of an intruder or fire activation, even if there is no-one on site. Alarm systems which are not monitored can only sound an alarm bell – which often will be ignored – or simply record the alarm activation.
Remotely monitoring an alarm panel means a realtime response can be provided by a CMS or ARC in the event of an intruder or fire activation, even if there is no-one on site. Alarm systems which are not monitored can only sound an alarm bell – which often will be ignored – or simply record the alarm activation.
Remotely monitoring an alarm panel means a realtime response can be provided by a CMS or ARC in the event of an intruder or fire activation, even if there is no-one on site. Alarm systems which are not monitored can only sound an alarm bell – which often will be ignored – or simply record the alarm activation.
Remotely monitoring an alarm panel means a realtime response can be provided by a CMS or ARC in the event of an intruder or fire activation, even if there is no-one on site. Alarm systems which are not monitored can only sound an alarm bell – which often will be ignored – or simply record the alarm activation.

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