This is where the rubber meets the road

This is where the rubber meets the road – where multiple DTEL solution components (phone, camera, cabling, access control, NVR) tie in to create your overall security solution:  

Phone: Network access to the door relay via phone from an Allworx server, allowing a user in one part of the building, to grant entry to a visitor at another building entrance  

IP Camera: Security cameras can be associated with access control points so that video is recorded on the Network Video Recorder (NVR)  

Cabling: Low voltage cabling is required to activate the magnetic lock, power the video cameras, and tie back into the network for remote monitoring and management  

IP Video Intercom Indoor Station: Receives calls from the door station, sees the visitor before answering, and allows for two-way conversation over IP before the tenant decides to unlock the door or not.  The station is also capable of viewing other cameras actively to ensure security  

NVR: The storage hub that allows for all cameras to be viewed/recorded simultaneously.  Options include a deep learning algorithm that accurately detects the presence of humans and vehicles, while providing Smart Search and Smart Playback through enhanced analytics.  The NVR comes with multiple types of built-in alarm sounds and verbal alerts

Some of our access control partners


  • Facial recognition terminal that supports multiple authentication modes including fingerprint, card reader, and others, allowing you to store up to 3000 face pictures and 5000 fingerprints
  • Vandal resistant card readers that communicate through the network allowing for remote access approval via the phone system
  • A high level of security is provided for facilities such as badge enrollment, entrance control monitoring or alarm management with video verification


  • RFID readers are capable of reading data stored on a proximity credential via radio frequency and without physical contact, recording the movement of individuals through a protected area
  • Quickly and securely set up your video surveillance and intercom systems for remote viewing on Android and Apple smartphones and tablets using the mobile app, and on Windows and Mac computers
  • Stay in touch with home and business even when away with live video, event notifications, two-way audio communication, video doorbell and intercom answering, and video playback
  • Featuring Artificial Intelligence (AI): Detecting unusual or suspicious activity and sending alerts, recognizing faces, and gathering pertinent data, alerting employees to security issues in real time, allowing faster responses


  • DDNS (Dynamic DNS) Service utilizes a two stage authentication when accessing your devices remotely
  • Scalable system that grows with your needs
  • Communication data is specially encrypted to relieve the concern of privacy leak
  • Supports multi-door interlock function, anti-passback function, multi-card function, first card open function, super card and super password function, M1 card encryption, online upgrade function and remote control of the doors


  • Nursing Homes and Hospitals:  Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) dictates that access to records be guarded with a well-designed system to minimize risks and prevent breaches
  • Small Business:  Companies with up to 50 employees can greatly benefit from an improved level of security using a simple access control solution featuring card- or RFID-based readers
  • Retail Stores and Restaurants:  Monitoring that will alert you any time your back door is opened – you can even set alerts for doors being propped open for improved door monitoring, reducing HVAC expenses
  • Medical offices:  Safeguarding medication and any devices that contain patient dataHospitality: RFID and card-based access control systems that will help to cost-effectively secure certain areas of a hotel or venue from unauthorized access
  • Education:  Access control is all about protecting students and staff members from unauthorized individuals—especially as the threat of active shooters has grown in the past few decades