Aruba just announced its Software-Defined Branch (SD-Branch) solution, a new approach designed to help customers modernize branch networks for evolving cloud, IoT and mobility requirements. The integration of new cloud-managed SD-WAN, wired and wireless networking solutions, secured with context-based policy enforcement, significantly advances IT professionals’ ability to deliver improved network availability and application performance, while dramatically reducing management time and operational and capital expenditures.
Lemcon provides a full turnkey solution for a client’s PABX needs. Leveraging voice over IP technology, Lemcon surveys, designs, builds, operates and maintains PABX networks for its clients, be it integrating to legacy infrastructure or rolling out a brand new, modern system. Lemcon provides solutions for integrating its clients’ PABX systems to other IT and telecoms systems. A complete connectivity suite allows for integration of software phones, legacy phones, two-way radios, social media networks, voice and video conferencing systems.
Ideally suited for distributed enterprises undergoing digital transformation, Aruba SD-Branch delivers optimized branch experiences with simplicity at enterprise scale and integrated, best-in-class security. Retail, hospitality, and healthcare organizations can manage SD-WAN, WLAN, LAN, and unified policy for thousands of sites in the cloud.
Two-way radio communications systems are useful for support of emergency services, public safety and surveillance and security applications. Critical rescue personnel using reliable voice pagers or field workers appreciate rugged and feature-heavy two-way radio systems.
To complete the end to end network features and technology, Lemcon offers radio communications systems that complement or support the existing mobile networks, especially in situations where the network may be compromised by emergencies or natural disasters.
• Analog 2-way trunked radios
• Conventional mobile radios
• Advanced 2-way Messaging Devices
• GPS tracking devices
• Paging Base station transmitters & receivers
• GPS RF base station Control products
• Linear RF repeaters for cellular and paging
CCTV protects business assets and facilities. CCTV deters crime and leads to identification of the perpetrators. CCTV manages access to the business offices and factories, complementing visitor logs and employees’ timekeeping.
Lemcon provides video surveillance solutions that suit businesses of all types and sizes. Lemcon specializes in providing appropriate solutions that run on existing LAN networks, require dedicated new connection systems or applying Wi-Fi solutions to support CCTV.
Lemcon’s CCTV solutions provide more than protection for many businesses. Analytical technology supports modern CCTV applications. Motion detection, heat mapping, number plate recognition and counting people or actions are all possible in Lemcon designed CCTV network. These features assess daily operations leads to loss prevention and process optimization to improve productivity and reduce costs.
Access Control Systems
Access control (electronic door control) is integrated with your CCTV to provide visual verification at the entry points to the facilities. Lemcon offers a range of Access Control systems including proximity readers and swipe cards or pin codes. Access control is integrated to time and attendance records, activating when a door is opened.
CCTV cameras are installed in areas where Wi-Fi service is available. Video is streamed back to the Network Video Recorder via Wi-Fi network and can view live camera feeds at any time with free mobile apps for smartphones and tablets.
Lemcon Networks’ Network Operations Centre ensures smooth running and operation of customers’ networks and services. The NOC monitors performance of networks. Lemcon provides these NOC services to a wide range of industries with focus on telecommunications and IT. Lemcon is a world leader in NOC services since 2003.
• Change Request management
• Change Request task tracking
• Performance reports
• Outage tracking and reporting
• Change management
• Help Desk / Call Center
• Trouble Ticket Management
• Network Surveillance and Alarm
• Services Activation
• Maintenance Support Management
• Provides an integrated alarms system
• Manages scheduled maintenance
• Manages preventive maintenance
• Provides control over network issues
Trouble tickets are all directed to NOC for corrective actions and tracking. The NOC provides the interface for field resources and technical support staff. Lemcon also manages the site access, ensuring that technicians gaining access to sites are certified to carry out their work.
• Alarm displays
• Fault prioritization and visual displays
• Trouble ticketing management
• Work order management
• Site quality management
• Documentation management
• Process Management