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TOA Electronics, Inc., of South San Francisco, California, has introduced the new N-8000 Series IP Network Intercom, which offers flexible communications for up to 1,280 stations on existing corporate local and wide-area data networks. Built on the company's network audio technology, the products occupy minimal network bandwidth for station-to-station calls and can be controlled and monitored through software or a Web browser. Programmable system functions include 160 paging zones, time-based call forwarding, and scan monitoring. Features include a 10/100 BaseT port for connection to standard network hardware and two paging audio outputs. The station lineup includes the N-8000MS Multifunctional Master Station, which is equipped with a 32-character alphanumeric LCD display, handset, and speed-dial functions; the N-8010MS Standard Master Station with keypad and handset, the N-8020MS Industrial Master Station for server environments; and the N-8011MS HandsFree Master Station offering simultaneous two-way communication via an innovative ambient noise sensing function. 902

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Title Annotation:TOA Electronics, Inc introduced N-8000 series internet protocol network intercom
Publication:Security Management
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 1, 2005
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