Several years ago bank’s access control relied 100 percent on dial-up connection to it's central command station. Today, more than half of the bank’s facilities operate on it's network backbone. This bank uses three layers of communication to prevent interruption of it's mission critical access control, with analog and digital cell lines for backup. If an alarm is triggered at any point, and that panel is on IP, it will automatically go from the branch to the central station. 

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