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Mircom Group of Companies Revolutionizes the Home Automation Market with One-of-a-kind "Smartcondo" Solution

TORONTO, March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mircom Group of Companies is proud to introduce TX3 InSuite™ & TX3 Community™, the newest additions to their TX3 Platform lineup. The solutions will be featured at the International Security Conference & Exposition (ISC West), April 2-4, 2014 at the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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Mircom's TX3 Platform provides a total management, communication, and security solution.  It is the only solution on the market that seamlessly integrates physical and logical access control, home automation, internal building communications, emergency alerting, and property management software.

"We've listened to property managers, developers, installers, and end users; based on their feedback we've designed a unique solution for their challenges," said Jason Falbo, VP Engineering at Mircom Group of Companies. "Integrating the best of security, convenience, and community, the package is ideal for developing smart condos of the future."

TX3 InSuite

TX3 InSuite is a PoE driven 10" touch tablet with ZigBee™ wireless capability. It provides life safety & fire alarm annunciation, card access integration and two-way audio & video communication capability, for a more secure building. Additionally, TX3 InSuite's open and secure plug-in based architecture can interface with many third party software solutions for lighting control, HVAC management, energy management and more. The solution is easy to install, saving manpower and money.

TX3 Community

The TX3 Community portal introduces a unified social platform for the building that enhances the occupant experience, while eliminating paperwork for property managers, allowing them to focus on the big picture. 

The TX3 Community portal houses an occupant details database as well as centralized community documents, forms, FAQs and bulletin boards. It equips residents with a self-service portal for various requests such as trade services, lost keys replacement, amenity booking, parking spot reservations, and much more. Accessible via smartphone, tablets and PC, the html5 based solution is convenient and easy to use with no hardware restrictions.

"This is a great addition to the TX3 Platform," said David Ito, Product Manager, Mircom Group of Companies. "Our other TX3 products already allow residents complete control over their space; the enhancements we've added will help relieve some of the challenges property managers and developers face, offering a complete solution for all user groups."

For real estate developers, the TX3 InSuite and the TX3 Community portal demonstrate their attention to detail and a set of high-tech features and finishes for their property, helping them target the modern, sophisticated end-user in a competitive sales environment.

To learn more about the TX3 Platform of solutions please visit www.smartcondo.com

About The Mircom Group of Companies

Serving the global market place for over 20 years, the Mircom Group of Companies is North America's largest independent designer, manufacturer and distributor of intelligent building and life safety solutions. Reaching customers in over 95 countries worldwide, our portfolio includes: fire detection & alarm, communications & security, mass notification, nurse call, and building automation & smart technologies. Our unwavering commitment to North American manufacturing enables us to offer the highest quality and best competitive value across our vast range of products and solutions.  For more information please call 888.660.4655 or visit www.mircomgroup.com.

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Marsha Druker
Marketing Communications Specialist
MIRCOM GROUP OF COMPANIES
25 Interchange Way
Vaughan, Ontario, Canada, L4K 5W3
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Tel: 905.660.4655 Ext. 3370

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