TORRANCE, Calif., February 11, 2013 – PCSC, a designer and manufacturer of quality access control solutions today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Maxxess Systems, Inc. headquartered in Yorba Linda, California. Maxxess is a leader in highly integrated access control systems.
This partnership has resulted in the development of LiNC-XS, a flexible enterprise class access control offering by PCSC. LiNC-XS utilizes a powerful set of security system integration solutions to provide total flexibility and control over a facility’s security infrastructure. Reduced overall operating costs are achieved through seamless integration and system reliability.
LiNC-XS for Windows Server provides the power to customize complete access control systems to specific needs without requiring advanced technical expertise. This makes it ideal for a wide variety of applications such as multi-tenant office buildings, universities, hospitals, manufacturing facilities and more. It provides a high degree of security and control from the most limited implementation to the largest, multi-site solution.
LiNC-XS is an open architecture application enabling flexible security management implementations with multitasking support. End-user’s can manage cardholders, analyze reports, print badges, door access, receive system alerts, mobile alerts, collect time & attendance data, monitor video. It will also set elevator floor access in future releases. LiNC-XS has been designed to fully integrate with PCSC’s complete line of IQ Series Controllers, while future releases will support the patented Fault Tolerant Controller.
“We’re excited about the development and release of LiNC-XS. Maxxess has developed a superior application that complements our quality hardware solutions,” said Al Portal, Director of Sales - Americas for PCSC. “Our customer’s are evolving as security trends heighten around the world, they demand the functions and features capable with LiNC-XS”. “We couldn’t be more proud of partnering with Maxxess in the development of LiNC-XS. We share a common vision in providing innovative solutions that lead the future platforms of physical security,” said Mas Kosaka, President and CEO of PCSC.
“We are very excited about PCSC’s decision to use Maxxess software, the partnership and integration with PCSC provides customers with a variety of options and cost savings,” said Nancy Islas, President of Maxxess. “The software partnership with PCSC reinforces Maxxess’ strategy of developing the most extensive open architecture software platform in the industry.”
Islas continued, “We are particularly enthused about the fault tolerant offering. A number of end users have requested fault tolerance and now they will be able to fulfill that requirement.”