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SEACOM works with Level 3 to enhance Internet experience in Africa

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African end-users to benefit from faster access to web pages, music, videos and other online content

SEACOM is working with global network provider Level 3 Communications, which will deploy its content delivery network (CDN) nodes into data centres connecting to the SEACOM Pan-African IP/MPLS network. This underpins SEACOM’s commitment to enhance the Internet experience in Africa.

Using these CDN nodes, Level 3 will enable rich, high-quality content to be delivered directly to operators and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that interconnect with SEACOM’s IP/MPLS network. For African end-users, this should translate into improved latency and faster speeds as they access media streaming, file downloads, web pages, music, videos, software updates and other popular content.

Mark Tinka, SEACOM’s Head of Engineering says: “We’re excited to work with Level 3 to enable our operator and ISP customers to improve their quality of service and provide a better experience to their end-users.”

SEACOM’s IP/MPLS network was recognised as the Best Pan-Africa Initiative at the 2013 AfricaCom Awards. By bringing content directly to the continent via Level 3’s CDN nodes, SEACOM is providing an even better and more comprehensive service to the African telecom industry.

Martin Ford, Senior Vice President, Sales, EMEA, Level 3 Communications says: “Providing SEACOM with Level 3 CDN connectivity in its Mombasa facility is an important part of our expansion strategy of working with select partners to enhance the Internet experience in the region.”

Rectron expands storage offerings with world’s fastest 6TB HDD from Seagate

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

The Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 provides industry’s highest capacities at the highest performance for lower latency access to unstructured data

Johannesburg — South African ICT and consumer electronics distributor, Rectron, has announced availability of the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4. The 6TB hard disk drive (HDD) offers the fastest performance available for a nearline HDD and delivers up to 25 percent performance increase over competing drives – making it ideal for 24×7 bulk data storage.

The eighth-generation 6TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 is built on Seagate’s leading experience in enterprise storage and provides industry’s highest capacities at the highest performance for lower latency access to unstructured data. These drives deliver the winning combination of high capacity, high performance and reliability. Perfect for customers wanting to provide maximum capacity storage density to server and storage systems, the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD in its 6TB configuration maximises the data centre footprint.

The Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 is an important step forward in scale-out data infrastructures delivering supersize storage and enterprise reliability to meet the explosive growth of corporate and cloud-based data centres. It is available in an enterprise-ready SATA 6Gb/s interface for easy system integration.

“Unstructured data growth is doubling exponentially and will propel the digital universe to reach 16 Zettabytes of data by as early as 2017[1]. This will cause cloud service providers to look for innovative ways to store more within an existing footprint while lowering operational costs,” said Scott Horn, Seagate Vice President of marketing. “Seagate is poised to address this challenge by offering the fastest 6TB enterprise capacity HDD based on our proven, reliable platform meeting this never-ending demand in both private and public cloud data centres.”

The Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 supports the highest density storage per square foot in the industry and features a 50 percent increase in capacity over the last generation (4TB) nearline drive. Ideal for both replicated and RAID environments, the drive delivers a lower total cost of ownership (TCO) for enterprise storage by providing the highest capacity available without sacrificing performance.

Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 Key Features:

  • Industry-Leading Performance — 25 percent faster than competitive 6TB drives.
  • Highest Capacity Available — Up to 6TB per drive for maximum density server and storage solutions.
  • Enterprise-Class Reliability — Industry-leading rotational vibration tolerance for consistent performance and enhanced error correction for accurate data storage.
  • Best-in-Class Security — Self-Encrypting Drives (SED) with Instant Secure Erase for easy drive disposal or repurposing and FIPS SED security options.

“Storage technologies and capacities are evolving as the volume of data continues to grow within enterprises. A top concern for IT managers is managing this growth and designing backup, recovery and archive solutions. The affordable cost per gigabyte of hard disk drives, combined with their reliable and fast performance, makes them effective for enterprise and cloud storage – and the prices continue to drop while new technologies extend the lifespan of HDDs,” says Spencer Chen, Product Director at Rectron. “Rectron is proud to be one of the first distributors to stock the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4. We’re confident it will address many storage concerns within the enterprise.”

“Cloud service providers across the globe are amassing terabytes of digital content each month and we expect this number to continue its aggressive growth in the coming year,” noted Dave Reinsel, IDC’s Group Vice President for storage and semiconductors. “With this immense appetite in mind — and looking at cloud architecture’s boundless demand for solid-performing and reliable drives — reaching higher capacities, like Seagate did with its new, traditional 6TB drive, should be well received by IT managers looking to meet their data centres’ soaring need for storage with the performance.”

The Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD v4 retails for R8 099.00. For more information, please visit

[1] Source: IDC, “Where in the World Is Storage: A Look at Byte Density Across the Globe”IDC Doc# 243338, October 2013



The IT Infrastructure and Broadband Summit will put the spotlight on improving business connectivity

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

The government has invested heavily in broadband infrastructure in recent years and speakers from the City of Cape Town and Western Cape Government will be at the IT Infrastructure and Broadband Summit to provide insight into the broadband strategies that are improving business connectivity for local organisations.

Confirmed speakers for this event include Leon van Wyk, Head of Telecoms for the City of Cape Town. Leon will be taking part in a panel discussion with Douglas Gelderbloem, ICT Infrastructure Manager for the City of Cape Town and Mohammed Parker, Deputy Director for IT, Strategy and eCommerce at the Western Cape Government to review the broadband policies taking shape on a local and national level and what these schemes will mean for bandwidth in the region.

Join us to hear the experts at the 4th edition of the IT Infrastructure and Broadband Summit on the 13 -14 August 2014 in Cape Town.

Industry leaders including, Chris Botha the Group IT Executive of Famous Brands, Angelo Clayton, IT Executive Business Partner for Pick n Pay and Lucky Masilela, the CEO of the ZA Central Registry (Operator for the CO.ZA internet domain name space) will also present their views at the summit.

Lucky Masilela will be participating in a panel that will discuss Fixed Broadband vs. Mobile Broadband. This session will focus on whether today’s mobile broadband solutions can support your business operations and how the options stack up on price and speed.

In between speaker sessions, Gold solution provider, Inobits and Silver provider WinMagic will showcase their solutions in case study format in 90 minute workshop sessions. Delegates will also be able to discover and compare the latest IT Infrastructure developments in the innovation display area where the technology developers from providers including Meso Systems will be on hand to discuss and exchange ideas with attendees.

Sign up to become a delegate and find out how to improve connectivity for your business. The 2014 IT Infrastructure and Broadband Summit is taking place in Cape Town at the Westin Hotel on the 13 – 14 August 2014.

For the latest IT Infrastructure and Broadband Summit news on speakers, industry providers and content, visit or contact Marcia van Jaarsveld on +27 21 555 0866+27 21 555 0866 or Follow @ITLeadersAfrica and @KineticEventsSA on Twitter for daily updates.

Bridging the gap between social media promises and reality

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

South African brands that want to craft successful social media strategies should focus less on the channels that they use to interact with their customers and more on the human values that social media embodies.

That’s according to Mike Stopforth, CEO of South Africa’s social business authority, Cerebra, who will be one of the keynote speakers at the Acceleration Digital Ignition Symposium 2014 in June. Stopforth says that social media is potentially much more than a set of channels, platforms, apps and networks for disseminating content and interacting with consumers.

It could also be a platform for creating a more social business that is built on enduring human values such as authenticity, transparency, and genuine concern for and interest in customers and employees as individuals.

The challenge that most businesses will face in achieving this end is that it is “hard to scale humanity,” says Stopforth.

“Most companies are immense corporate animals with multiple businesses, divisions, product lines, and services,” he adds. “They find it difficult to represent a human approach to their customers and other stakeholders through one social media face such as a Twitter account.” This leads to what Stopforth describes as a form of “social schizophrenia” – the distance between what a company promises in social media, and what it actually delivers in real life.

Narrowing this gap is not a simple matter because it involves reforming the business from the inside-out to become more social, says Stopforth. This demands a fundamental shift in the way an organisation hires and manages staff, handles finances, formulates policies and governance, designs products and communicates with stakeholders.

Until the organisation gets all that right, it is important to manage expectations in social media channels and refrain from making promises that the business cannot keep. “A gap between the promise and the delivery is a far bigger risk than not making a promise at all,” says Stopforth.

During his talk in the Symposium, Stopforth will talk in detail about how social trends and technologies have changed the way people connect, communicate and collaborate, and what that means for businesses. He will also offer some ideas about the right questions for brands to ask as they make sense of this new landscape.

Acceleration’s Digital Ignition Symposium in Franschhoek will provide digital executives with practical insights that will help them to create successful marketing, publishing, mobile, social and app strategies for their organisations.

Other speakers lined up for the event are:

  • Elliot Reuben, Principal Business Consultant, Exact Target
  • Devon Tighe, Vice President of Data Strategy and Operations at The WPP Data Alliance
  • Steve Plimsoll, who is responsible for Mindshare’s global technology and data vision
  • Jeff Eales, Director of Systems & Development at BSKYB and is TV advertising veteran of nearly 40 years

Says Richard Mullins, director at Acceleration: “The theme of the Symposium this year is Know Your Audience – an area where the latest social media trends are extremely relevant. Companies need to tie social media measurement to business metrics that really matter to their organisations rather than getting caught up in the buzzwords. This will help them to drive tangible value from their social media investments.”

Don’t miss this opportunity to accelerate your digital world. To book your place to the Symposium, please go to for more information.

FNB improves security at Fairland building with Bosch VMS upgrade from Jasco

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

As one of the largest banks in South Africa, security is a top priority for FNB. When the camera system at the bank’s Fairland building reached end of life, increasing security risks and adding to operational costs, upgrading it became paramount. FNB turned to Jasco Security and the latest version of the Bosch Video Management System (VMS) to provide the solution.

The Bosch VMS was selected as the product of choice for the upgrade. This system offers a flexible IP security system architecture that is easily scalable and easy to manage, supporting up to 2000 high definition and standard definition cameras on a single system. After identifying the required solution, FNB went out on tender to select a supplier that would meet all of their requirements. Jasco was one of five shortlisted suppliers, and was eventually selected based on the tender specifications provided, including Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) rating, pricing and additional services and expertise. Jasco supplied and installed the Bosch VMS over the course of a week in late 2013, with changeover conducted over the weekend to minimise disruption. Jasco also provided integration services with the access control system, and is offering on-going support and maintenance for one year.

“The upgraded Bosch VMS solution has enabled FNB to leverage a number of benefits over and above the requirement for reduced operational costs and maintenance. In addition to enhanced security through improved reliability and greater storage capacity, this system provides an element of future-proofing, as it will enable FNB to take advantage of upcoming 4K UHD video technology,” says Shaun Bubb, New Business Manager at Jasco Security

Riverbed SteelHead 8.6 adds support for Microsoft Azure

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

Riverbed Technology, the leader in application performance infrastructure, announced Riverbed®SteelHead™ 8.6, bringing the number one application acceleration solution to the Microsoft Azure cloud. Already available in other leading public clouds, SteelHead, with the addition of Microsoft Azure, is now capable of optimising and accelerating the delivery of applications across 90% of public cloud deployments. Riverbed also introduced, SteelHead CX 7055v, an enterprise-scale virtual solution delivering up to 1Gbps of optimised traffic for private and hybrid clouds. Enterprises can now expand virtualisation in their data centres to increase efficiency and lower IT costs, while also accelerating and controlling applications to and from every type of cloud.

“SteelHead is the dominant platform for accelerating business applications across enterprise networks. Our customers are now deploying applications in multiple clouds and scaling their network infrastructure to 1Gbps to ensure the highest level of user experience at all locations. SteelHead 8.6 simplifies these deployment challenges by allowing our customers to deliver consistent application performance across an increasingly dynamic IT environment,” said Paul O’Farrell, Senior Vice President and General Manager, SteelHead Products Group at Riverbed. “With SteelHead 8.6, enterprises can enjoy an enhanced user experience for the full range of Microsoft business apps and Microsoft Azure-based cloud workloads.”

SlideShare Presentation: Riverbed SteelHead 8.6

“As Microsoft Azure works to erase the boundaries between cloud development and operational management, we look to partners like Riverbed to provide the application performance infrastructure that optimises the end user’s experience when apps are delivered via the cloud,” said Garth Fort, General Manager of System Centre and Virtualisation, Microsoft Corporation. “In a cloud-first world, applications should be accessed and delivered quickly − without the challenges of application latency, competition among applications, and bandwidth restrictions. This is what’s required for the best user experience in today’s app-driven economy, and that’s what Riverbed is all about.”

What’s New in SteelHead 8.6

  • Now available for Microsoft Azure: SteelHead CX cloud instances are now available as a subscription-based offering in Microsoft Azure, making SteelHead available for 90% of public cloud deployments. SteelHead enables enterprises to host their applications with the cloud vendor that best meets their business
  • Enterprise-scale SteelHead for virtual environments and private/hybrid clouds: When virtualised infrastructure is required, IT can avoid multiple SteelHead virtual devices and simplify their network architecture with SteelHead CX 7055V, a new virtual appliance that can optimise up to 1Gbps of traffic. The SteelHead CX 7055v simplifies deployment in private cloud architectures and enterprise-scale virtualised data centres with a single virtualised 1G appliance deployed on a standard server.
  • App Engine upgrade for greater control over all network traffic: SteelHead users can now set policies and classes for over 1,100 applications. As a result, SteelHead now enables more granular control over all network traffic, automatically reserving bandwidth for business-critical apps and steering them on to low-latency, uncongested links. This allows IT to align application delivery more directly with business needs.
  • A higher-performance mid-range application acceleration platform: For mid-range enterprise deployments, the new CX570 and CX770 deliver higher performance and better diagnostics and are simple to upgrade at the same price as their predecessors, CX555 and CX755.

Riverbed SteelHead and the Riverbed Application Performance Platform™
Riverbed SteelHead is the industry’s #1 WAN optimisation solution that accelerates the delivery of applications to the branch and from the cloud, while allowing IT to prioritise delivery of mission-critical applications over the fastest networks. Riverbed is a leader in the latest “Gartner Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimisation Controllers”[1] and has been in the leaders’ quadrant for seven years in a row. In January 2014, SteelHead was recognised by InfoWorld with a Technology of the Year Award for the eighth time. Riverbed pioneered WAN optimisation in 2004 with unique innovations for application and data streamlining across the WAN and Internet to deliver the best end-user experience regardless of location, network or device while dramatically reducing network bandwidth.

In a world where application performance equals business performance, Riverbed offers the most complete platform to enable organisations to embrace location-independent computing, so that business objectives – not technical constraints – drive how applications and data are delivered. The Riverbed Application Performance Platform is a set of integrated solutions that give companies the flexibility to host applications and data in the locations that best serve the business while ensuring the flawless delivery of those apps to better leverage global resources, radically reduce the cost of running their business and maximise employee productivity.

Availability and Additional Resources
Riverbed SteelHead 8.6 andSteelHead CX 7055v are generally available now. For more information visit SteelHead for WAN optimisation online.


Steelhead 8.6

SteelHead 8.6

Productivity and performance with best-in-class security

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

Get the ultimate combination of features to empower your workforce with the new Dell OptiPlex 3020 from distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC). Offering excellent value and outstanding performance along with best-in-class security, this budget-friendly desktop is designed to deliver reliable workplace productivity and peace of mind.

“The OptiPlex 3020 features 4th Generation Intel Core processors up to Core i5, as well as High Definition (HD) graphics and dual monitor capabilities.. However, the focus of this desktop is definitely around security. Data security is an organisation’s most important asset today, and the Dell OptiPlex 3020 give users ultimate peace of mind thanks to comprehensive security features. Trusted Computing Group (TCG) certified Trusted Platform Module (TPM) offers secure credential storage, a must with the impending Protection of Personal Information (PoPI) Act. Other features include Dell Data Protection Security Tools and Protected Workspace for advanced authentication and leading malware prevention,” says George Lodewick, Dell Commercial Product Specialist at DCC.

The OptiPlex 3020 fits perfectly into your office environment, thanks to a choice of two durable chassis sizes that allow it to integrate into any space, both of which have been thoroughly tested for durability. Tool-less serviceability helps to extend the lifecycle of these machines, enabling upgrades to memory and storage to be conducted with ease. In addition, Dell manageability features help to save time and deliver IT efficiency with Dell automated tools and utilities assist with deployment, monitoring and updating of systems. The OptiPlex 3020 also supports Dell Cloud Client Computing solutions including client hosted virtualisation and virtual remote desktop.

“The OptiPlex 3020 is the perfect choice for the enterprise space, offering stability, longer lifecycles and easily managed transitions in a budget-friendly, performance desktop machine. Security features help to safeguard sensitive company data, Dell services and support ensure successful configuration, setup and deployment of systems, and cloud support ensures these machines can support the changing enterprise of today and the future,” Lodewick concludes.

A range of complementary Dell accessories, including monitors, keyboards, mice and headsets combine with the OptiPlex 3020 to deliver a complete computing experience. The Dell OptiPlex 3020 is available immediately from selected resellers for a recommended retail price of R7 200.00 inclusive of VAT.

For more information, visit

Gemalto M2M solution enables next-generation mHealth

By admin, 20 maja, 2014, No Comment

Gemalto (Euronext NL 0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, announces its Cinterion M2M technology is providing wireless cellular connectivity for the next-generation of pill dispensers. Developed by MedMinder and wirelessly enabled by Gemalto, the advanced mHealth device for convenient patient use tracks medication intake, sends medical alerts, orders refills and improves prescription compliance. The new, innovative dispenser enhances communication between patients and caregivers, improving the overall well-being, independence and peace of mind for patients.

MedMinder’s smart pill dispensers, equipped with Gemalto’s advanced M2M module, monitor medication usage and send data from the pill box over wireless networks to a central server. Physicians and caregivers can log on to MedMinder’s secure web interface to observe medication adherence and manage changes when necessary. Gemalto’s 20 years’ experience in security combined with its M2M technology ensures this personal information is accessed only by authorised individuals. Continued success of the mHealth industry relies on secure data protection, in which Gemalto is playing a key role.

The solution provides an audio alarm to alert the patient when medication should be taken. Caregivers also receive alerts if scheduled doses are missed giving caregivers the ability to offer real-time support for an enhanced level of medical care. The patient can chose their preferred method of communication as the connectivity enables the pill dispenser to send reminders via text message, email or a phone call. In addition, MedMinder Medication Dispenser has Medical Alert embedded for two way voice channel with the patient’s monitoring center in case of an emergency.

“The Gemalto M2M solution allows for secure connectivity that provides 24/7 automated communication between the pill box, patient, doctor and medical alert monitoring center depending on the urgency of the situation” said Eran Shavelsky, CEO of MedMinder. ”The technology also offers flexibility and cost-effectiveness for our devices with the option to add new features and expand capabilities in the future without having to redesign the device.”

“The World Health Organisation finds that nearly 90% of the world’s population could still benefit from the opportunities provided by mobile technologies,” said Sherry Zameer, VP Telecommunication Solutions for Africa & Middle East at Gemalto. “In addition, PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts mHealth global revenue to reach $23 billion in 2017, with Africa at 5% or $1.2 billion of that total; and forecast that mHealth could save a million African lives by 2017.Continued success of the mHealth industry relies on secure data protection, in which Gemalto is playing a key role. Our M2M technology truly impacts patients’ day-to-day care while protecting both their data and that of healthcare providers, all of which can be seamlessly integrated into healthcare IT systems.”

Converging its networks cuts CMH’s telecoms costs

By admin, 19 maja, 2014, No Comment

Retail motor Group CMH has cut its telecoms costs and increased its network capacity fourfold by migrating to a converged MPLS VPN network.

Like most local companies, CMH was running separate voice and data networks. Telkom line infrastructure was in place for voice, and costs were being managed by utilising cell phone-based least- cost routing.

The Group was running point-to-point diginet links into its car dealerships and car rental offices countrywide, something that was proving both expensive and inefficient. There was also limited redundancy. If a line went down the dealership or office concerned was offline until someone could get a physical 3G dongle to the location or the line was repaired.

In October 2011, Group IT manager Roelof Minnaar met with Peter Walsh of CommsCloud, a specialist telecommunications consultancy. Whilst initially the discussions were about gaining clarity on an array of VoIP proposals from multiple service providers (aimed at driving down costs) in the end Minnaar engaged CommsCloud to assist with analysing the Group’s telecommunications usage and costs, document its business need, and put together a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a tailor-made converged network.

It soon became clear to all the role players that converging the disparate voice and data networks would aggregate costs, increase savings, reduce operational impact and deliver significant benefits to the business.

Says Minnaar: “We drafted an RFP for a fully converged network servicing 54 dealerships and about 42 car rental depots, and distributed the RFP to the major players in the market. Thereafter we started a lengthy process of interacting with the respondents and working through the thick piles of RFPs they’d come back to us with.”

Minnaar says CommsCloud created a massive comparable matrix, analysing and plotting all the information in each RFP – from last mile redundancy to technical details, hardware and costs.

The service provider list was then trimmed down to three potential providers, with CMH conducting two site visits to the short-listed service providers’ support centres, gaining a better understanding of how CMH would be looked after post implementation.

Assessments concluded, CMH went with Vox Telecom because it felt it would get dedicated attention. A three-year deal was signed and planning was done. Each site was analysed to establish what connections it had and what it needed.

“The whole purpose was to ensure redundancy, increase throughput for the end-user and have a much better, more stable network. By converging the voice and data network we could ultimately afford a far better network,” Minnaar comments.

The decision to converge its network saved CMH almost R20m over the three-year contract period, of which half was reinvested back into last mile connectivity at its sites. The main links were sized based on specific needs and segregated to carry voice, video and data traffic. In addition, the secondary links were set up to be used by CMH IT to manage its own network, leaving the primary links for mission critical business applications.

CMH has also removed its least cost routers and significantly reduced the cost of calls. Voice traffic (VoIP) now runs over the converged network, at a lower cost, with inter-branch calls being routed at a negligible rate.

With careful planning, CommsCloud’s analysis and input and the willingness of its service provider to go the extra mile, CMH has been able to optimise its telecoms infrastructure, which has contributed significantly to ongoing savings.

One spin off of the move has been to enable Minnaar to centralise the Group’s IT systems in its service provider’s datacentre. This is not only ensuring mission critical applications reside in a secured, controlled environment with generators and a replicated site allowing for immediate failover, but also ensures there is no single point of failure in accessing CMH’s business applications.

“CMH has almost completed its rollout,” says Minnaar. “And whilst it was not all smooth sailing, redundancy is now in place, throughput to the desktop has improved and the ongoing demand from dealerships for more bandwidth is manageable”.

CMH’s network now services 78 sites housing 110 branches countrywide. It is scalable, provides alternative routing, and enables the Group to leverage technology for its businesses requirements. CMH is now free to focus on improving the customer experience and increasing productivity.

Truteq Devices continues its inroads into the farming community

By admin, 19 maja, 2014, No Comment

As house break-ins continue to rise – especially on farms and small holdings, – leading wireless specialist, TruTeq Devices, continues to build a client base among the farming community, predominantly for its recently-launched wireless security system.

Said Derick Roberts, CEO of TruTeq Devices:”Farmers are being hard hit by rising farm attacks and break-ins. This is why we are finding our footprint increasing.

“The most vital areas right now,” said Roberts, are farmers from the North West, Balfour and Cape.”

He said the biggest requirement is for security solutions, including cameras and alarms.

TruTeq Devices is also focusing on solutions such as monitoring for chicken farming and cold storage, through to dam level monitoring and pump control –as well as security guard monitoring on the chicken farms.

A number of these systems are to be implemented over the next few weeks. “While security among farmers is the number one priority, many are looking at boosting productivity by introducing fully automated solutions.”

The company has recently launched two products – one to be deployed as a CDMA-driven device, and the other as a GSM-driven device. The system comes with a DIY kit and can be installed by the user himself. It uses SMS alerts and can be remotely armed or disarmed via a cellular phone.

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