Paxton10 Announced as Finalist for PSI Premier Awards

5th May 2021 – Brighton

Our most powerful system has been nominated for ‘Access Control Product of the Year’, in PSI’s renowned UK security industry awards.

Winners are decided by the readers of PSI, who vote for innovative security solutions that they feel are the most ground-breaking and impactful over the last 12-months.

Throughout the last year, we have made significant updates to Paxton10, our newest system that combines access control and video management on one simple-to-use platform.

Adam Stroud, our Group Chief Executive explains: “We’re very proud of the latest updates to Paxton10, which give a seamless experience using smartphones and smartwatches as credentials and unleash more opportunities with our new multi-site capability. This being recognised by PSI is great and echoes the commercial success we are now enjoying with the system.

“Congratulations to the other nominees”.

Cast your vote for Paxton10: https://psimagazine.co.uk/vote/

Paxton10 Announced as Finalist for PSI Premier Awards

5th May 2021 – Brighton

Our most powerful system has been nominated for ‘Access Control Product of the Year’, in PSI’s renowned UK security industry awards.

Winners are decided by the readers of PSI, who vote for innovative security solutions that they feel are the most ground-breaking and impactful over the last 12-months.

Throughout the last year, we have made significant updates to Paxton10, our newest system that combines access control and video management on one simple-to-use platform.

Adam Stroud, our Group Chief Executive explains: “We’re very proud of the latest updates to Paxton10, which give a seamless experience using smartphones and smartwatches as credentials and unleash more opportunities with our new multi-site capability. This being recognised by PSI is great and echoes the commercial success we are now enjoying with the system.

“Congratulations to the other nominee

Follow this link to cast your vote for Paxton10: https://psimagazine.co.uk/vote/

Brighton Business Fundraising for Homeless Youths

27th April 2021 – Brighton

Employees of Sussex manufacturer Paxton are creating awareness and raising money for the homeless charity; Clock Tower Sanctuary, by participating in a 53,709 mile around-the-world virtual exercise challenge.

Since the beginning of March, 107 Paxton employees have been walking, cycling, or running in their local area. Their combined distance travelled will take them virtually to each of the 33 countries Paxton have offices, or distribution channels, totalling 53,709 miles.

Paxton’s aim is to raise money for homeless young people in Sussex and create awareness about the important role local businesses can play in helping regional charities. All sponsorship money raised by the employees participating in the UK and Paxton’s international markets will be donated to the Clock Tower Sanctuary who have been helping 16-25-year-old homeless people since 1998.

The challenge started at Paxton’s headquarters based in Brighton. Currently they are on their way virtually to Pretoria in South Africa, having already travelled 21% of globe, with a total of 10,607 miles logged, raising £886.

Molly Prentice, Fundraising & Communications Officer for Clock Tower Sanctuary explains: “We receive no statutory funding, so we rely on support from local businesses like Paxton.

“There is a positive to this, as it allows us the freedom to listen to our young people and be reactive to what they need. However, it does mean that we are continually looking for innovative ways to fundraise and make enough money to meet the demand across Sussex”.

As well as providing support for local charities, companies undertaking fundraising initiatives like Paxton, can be of real benefit to their employees who are still working from home. They can help to boost productivity, inclusivity, and promote good health and well-being in what is still a challenging time.

Kate Hotson, Paxton’s Project & Events Manager explained: “It is important for us to support our local community, and Clock Tower Sanctuary is a very deserving charity due to their work with young homeless people in Sussex.

“The challenge is a great way for people to feel connected to each other, especially at this time when many companies cannot work together in their offices. We encourage all people to get outside, exercise and raise money for an amazing cause”.

You can help to support Paxton’s fundraising initiative on their website: www.paxton-access.com/paxton-around-the-world-challenge

Alongside Paxton’s fundraising efforts, Clock Tower Sanctuary are currently fundraising for their own challenge. Since the beginning of April, participants have 30 days to walk, run or cycle the 87 miles distance from London to Brighton. You can show your support and donate by following this link: https://www.justgiving.com/theclocktowersanctuary

Brighton Business Fundraising for Homeless Youths

 

27th April 2021 – Brighton

 

Employees of Sussex manufacturer Paxton are creating awareness and raising money for the homeless charity; Clock Tower Sanctuary, by participating in a 53,709 mile around-the-world virtual exercise challenge.

Since the beginning of March, 107 Paxton employees have been walking, cycling, or running in their local area. Their combined distance travelled will take them virtually to each of the 33 countries Paxton have offices, or distribution channels, totalling 53,709 miles.

Paxton’s aim is to raise money for homeless young people in Sussex and create awareness about the important role local businesses can play in helping regional charities. All sponsorship money raised by the employees participating in the UK and Paxton’s international markets will be donated to the Clock Tower Sanctuary who have been helping 16-25-year-old homeless people since 1998.

The challenge started at Paxton’s headquarters based in Brighton. Currently they are on their way virtually to Pretoria in South Africa, having already travelled 21% of globe, with a total of 10,607 miles logged, raising £886.

Molly Prentice, Fundraising & Communications Officer for Clock Tower Sanctuary explains: “We receive no statutory funding, so we rely on support from local businesses like Paxton.

“There is a positive to this, as it allows us the freedom to listen to our young people and be reactive to what they need. However, it does mean that we are continually looking for innovative ways to fundraise and make enough money to meet the demand across Sussex”.

As well as providing support for local charities, companies undertaking fundraising initiatives like Paxton, can be of real benefit to their employees who are still working from home. They can help to boost productivity, inclusivity, and promote good health and well-being in what is still a challenging time.

Kate Hotson, Paxton’s Project & Events Manager explained: “It is important for us to support our local community, and Clock Tower Sanctuary is a very deserving charity due to their work with young homeless people in Sussex.

“The challenge is a great way for people to feel connected to each other, especially at this time when many companies cannot work together in their offices. We encourage all people to get outside, exercise and raise money for an amazing cause”.

You can help to support Paxton’s fundraising initiative on their website: www.paxton-access.com/paxton-around-the-world-challenge

Alongside Paxton’s fundraising efforts, Clock Tower Sanctuary are currently fundraising for their own challenge. Since the beginning of April, participants have 30 days to walk, run or cycle the 87 miles distance from London to Brighton. You can show your support and donate by following this link: https://www.justgiving.com/theclocktowersanctuary

Multi-Site-Management mit Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

Für das kombinierte Zutrittskontroll- und Videomanagementsystem des internationalen Security-Herstellers Paxton gibt es neues, innovatives Update, das es noch leistungsfähiger und skalierbarer macht als je zuvor.

Thomas Faith, der Produktmanager von Paxton10, erläutert, welche Vorzüge die Multi-Site-Management-Funktion Errichtern und Endanwendern jetzt bietet:

 

Was war die Inspiration für die neueste Version von Paxton10?

Paxton10 ist ein sich ständig weiterentwickelndes System, das auf Grundlage des Feedbacks unserer Errichter und deren Endkunden entwickelt wurde. Von ihren Wünschen und Anforderungen haben wir uns für dieses neue Update inspirieren lassen. Multi-Site ist eine Funktion, die viele aktuelle und neue Paxton10-Anwender bereits mit Spannung erwartet haben.

Unsere Gesamtvision, nämlich Paxton10 zum anwenderfreundlichsten Zutrittskontroll- und Videomanagementsystem weltweit zu machen, ist dabei stets die treibende Kraft für die kontinuierliche Weiterentwicklung dieses Systems.

 

Jetzt können also mit nur einem Paxton10-System mehrere Objekte verwaltet werden. Können Sie erklären, welche Vorzüge dies bietet?

Das Multi-Site-Management eignet sich für viele Kunden in den wichtigsten Marktsegmenten, die Paxton10 nutzen – Schulen, Einrichtungen des Gesundheitswesens, Geschäftsräume, Produktionsstätten, Wohngebäude und viele Gebäude des öffentlichen Sektors – um nur einige zu nennen. Viele dieser Unternehmen oder Organisationen sind darauf angewiesen, dass ihre

Zutrittskontrolle auf mehrere Objekte erweiterbar ist. Dabei kann es sich um zwei Gebäude auf einem Gelände handeln oder auch um 100 Gebäude, die auf mehrere Kontinente verteilt sind, und alles, was dazwischen liegt.

Jetzt ist das für sie mühelos möglich, ohne Komplikationen und mit weniger Aufwand als je zuvor.

 

Können Sie uns etwas zur Einrichtung der neuen Multi-Site-Funktion innerhalb der Paxton10 Online-Benutzeroberfläche sagen?

Voraussetzung für die Installation einer objektübergreifenden Zutrittskontroll- und Videoüberwachung ist im Normalfall die Verbindung aller Gebäude untereinander über ein WAN und zudem häufig auch über ein VPN. Für Paxton10 hingegen ist lediglich eine Internetverbindung an jedem Objekt erforderlich, und um alles Kompliziertere kümmern wir uns dann.

Der Errichter muss nur noch unter Verwendung des jeweils auf dem Produkt angegebenen Aktivierungscodes und der Seriennummer ein Steuergerät von jedem entfernten Standort an Paxton10 anbinden. Dadurch wird dieses Steuergerät zu einem lokalen Server und übernimmt die Erkennung aller anderen Paxton10-Geräte am neuen Objekt.

Zudem fallen keinerlei Lizenzgebühren an, und die Software ist vollständig abwärtskompatibel. So kann jeder bereits installierte Paxton10 Server zur Verwaltung von bis zu 100 Objekten und bis zu 1000 Türen verwendet werden.

 

Wie wirkt sich Multi-Site für den Endanwender aus?

Für den Endanwender bedeutet Multi-Site, dass er mit keinerlei Komplexität konfrontiert ist und auch keine zusätzliche Infrastruktur benötigt wird. Dies führt zu einer kosteneffektiven Lösung, da zur Verbindung von Objekten untereinander kein Netzwerkexperte erforderlich ist. Paxton10 Multi-Site ist eine äußerstanwenderfreundliche effektive Großraumnetzwerklösung für Zutrittskontrolle und Videoüberwachung.

Wenn Sie also mit einer Tastatur und einem Internet-Browser arbeiten können, dann können Sie auch Multi-Site unter Paxton10 einrichten und pflegen.

 

Was steht als nächstes für Paxton10 an?

Für Paxton10 wird es im Laufe des Jahres noch Weiterentwicklung geben. Derzeit arbeiten wir an einigen sehr spannenden Updates, die hoffentlich diesen Sommer noch erscheinen. Ich fürchte jedoch, dass Sie sich im Hinblick auf weitere Informationen bis dahin noch gedulden müssen.

 

Mehr über Paxton10 Multi-Site erfahren Sie auf der Paxton-Website.

Multi-Site-Management mit Paxton10

23 April 2021 – Brighton

Für das kombinierte Zutrittskontroll- und Videomanagementsystem des internationalen Security-Herstellers Paxton gibt es neues, innovatives Update, das es noch leistungsfähiger und skalierbarer macht als je zuvor.

 

 

Thomas Faith, der Produktmanager von Paxton10, erläutert, welche Vorzüge die Multi-Site-Management-Funktion Errichtern und Endanwendern jetzt bietet:

 

Was war die Inspiration für die neueste Version von Paxton10?

Paxton10 ist ein sich ständig weiterentwickelndes System, das auf Grundlage des Feedbacks unserer Errichter und deren Endkunden entwickelt wurde. Von ihren Wünschen und Anforderungen haben wir uns für dieses neue Update inspirieren lassen. Multi-Site ist eine Funktion, die viele aktuelle und neue Paxton10-Anwender bereits mit Spannung erwartet haben.

Unsere Gesamtvision, nämlich Paxton10 zum anwenderfreundlichsten Zutrittskontroll- und Videomanagementsystem weltweit zu machen, ist dabei stets die treibende Kraft für die kontinuierliche Weiterentwicklung dieses Systems.

 

Jetzt können also mit nur einem Paxton10-System mehrere Objekte verwaltet werden. Können Sie erklären, welche Vorzüge dies bietet?

Das Multi-Site-Management eignet sich für viele Kunden in den wichtigsten Marktsegmenten, die Paxton10 nutzen – Schulen, Einrichtungen des Gesundheitswesens, Geschäftsräume, Produktionsstätten, Wohngebäude und viele Gebäude des öffentlichen Sektors – um nur einige zu nennen. Viele dieser Unternehmen oder Organisationen sind darauf angewiesen, dass ihre

Zutrittskontrolle auf mehrere Objekte erweiterbar ist. Dabei kann es sich um zwei Gebäude auf einem Gelände handeln oder auch um 100 Gebäude, die auf mehrere Kontinente verteilt sind, und alles, was dazwischen liegt.

Jetzt ist das für sie mühelos möglich, ohne Komplikationen und mit weniger Aufwand als je zuvor.

 

Können Sie uns etwas zur Einrichtung der neuen Multi-Site-Funktion innerhalb der Paxton10 Online-Benutzeroberfläche sagen?

Voraussetzung für die Installation einer objektübergreifenden Zutrittskontroll- und Videoüberwachung ist im Normalfall die Verbindung aller Gebäude untereinander über ein WAN und zudem häufig auch über ein VPN. Für Paxton10 hingegen ist lediglich eine Internetverbindung an jedem Objekt erforderlich, und um alles Kompliziertere kümmern wir uns dann.

Der Errichter muss nur noch unter Verwendung des jeweils auf dem Produkt angegebenen Aktivierungscodes und der Seriennummer ein Steuergerät von jedem entfernten Standort an Paxton10 anbinden. Dadurch wird dieses Steuergerät zu einem lokalen Server und übernimmt die Erkennung aller anderen Paxton10-Geräte am neuen Objekt.

Zudem fallen keinerlei Lizenzgebühren an, und die Software ist vollständig abwärtskompatibel. So kann jeder bereits installierte Paxton10 Server zur Verwaltung von bis zu 100 Objekten und bis zu 1000 Türen verwendet werden.

 

Wie wirkt sich Multi-Site für den Endanwender aus?

Für den Endanwender bedeutet Multi-Site, dass er mit keinerlei Komplexität konfrontiert ist und auch keine zusätzliche Infrastruktur benötigt wird. Dies führt zu einer kosteneffektiven Lösung, da zur Verbindung von Objekten untereinander kein Netzwerkexperte erforderlich ist. Paxton10 Multi-Site ist eine äußerstanwenderfreundliche effektive Großraumnetzwerklösung für Zutrittskontrolle und Videoüberwachung.

Wenn Sie also mit einer Tastatur und einem Internet-Browser arbeiten können, dann können Sie auch Multi-Site unter Paxton10 einrichten und pflegen.

 

Was steht als nächstes für Paxton10 an?

Für Paxton10 wird es im Laufe des Jahres noch Weiterentwicklung geben. Derzeit arbeiten wir an einigen sehr spannenden Updates, die hoffentlich diesen Sommer noch erscheinen. Ich fürchte jedoch, dass Sie sich im Hinblick auf weitere Informationen bis dahin noch gedulden müssen.

 

Mehr über Paxton10 Multi-Site erfahren Sie auf der Paxton-Website.

 

 

 

Video Ansehen

Manage Multiple Sites with Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

Le système combiné de contrôle d’accès et de gestion vidéo, développé par le fabricant international de systèmes de sécurité Paxton, propose une nouvelle mise à jour innovante qui le rend plus puissant et évolutif que jamais.

Thomas Faith, chef de produit Paxton10, explique comment les installateurs et les utilisateurs finaux peuvent désormais bénéficier de la fonctionnalité de gestion multisite :

 

Quelle a été l’inspiration derrière la dernière version de Paxton10 ?

Paxton10 est un système en constante évolution, que nous avons été en mesure de faire évoluer grâce aux commentaires de nos installateurs et de leurs utilisateurs finaux. Ces nouvelles mises à jour tentent donc de répondre à leurs souhaits et besoins. Le multisite est une fonctionnalité très attendue par de nombreux utilisateurs actuels et potentiels de Paxton10.

Notre vision, la force motrice qui nous pousse à faire évoluer ce système, est très simple. Nous souhaitons faire de Paxton10 le système de contrôle d’accès et de gestion vidéo le plus simple au monde.

Ainsi, un seul et même système Paxton10 peut désormais fonctionner sur plusieurs sites. En quoi cela est bénéfique ?

La capacité de gestion multisite est applicable à de nombreux clients sur les marchés clés qui utilisent le système Paxton10. Écoles, hôpitaux, bureaux commerciaux, usines, immeubles résidentiels, différents types de bâtiments du secteur public, etc. Un grand nombre de ces entreprises ou organisations ont besoin d’étendre leur système de contrôle d’accès à plusieurs sites. Parfois, il s’agit de l’étendre à un deuxième bâtiment sur un même site, ou sur 100 bâtiments répartis sur plusieurs continents.

Elles peuvent donc désormais y parvenir facilement, sans complications et à moindre coût.

 

Comment cette nouvelle fonctionnalité multisite est-elle configurée dans l’interface en ligne de Paxton10 ?

En général, lors de l’installation d’un système de contrôle d’accès et de vidéosurveillance sur plusieurs sites, à différents endroits, tous les bâtiments doivent être connectés via un WAN et souvent via un VPN. Avec Paxton10, tout ce dont vous avez besoin, c’est d’une connexion Internet sur chaque site, et nous nous occupons du reste.

L’installateur n’a qu’à lier le contrôleur de chaque site distant à Paxton10 en utilisant un code d’activation et un numéro de série fournis avec le produit. Le contrôleur devient alors un serveur local et gère la découverte de tous les autres équipements Paxton10 sur le nouveau site.

De plus, il n’y a pas de licence à payer et il est totalement rétrocompatible. Cela signifie que tout serveur Paxton10 déjà installé peut être utilisé pour gérer 100 sites et 1000 portes.

 

Qu’apporte cette fonctionnalité multisite aux utilisateurs finaux ?

Pour l’utilisateur final, la fonctionnalité multisite n’apporte aucune complication, aucune infrastructure supplémentaire. Cela en fait une solution rentable, car aucun expert en réseau n’est nécessaire pour relier les sites entre eux. Paxton10 multisite est un réseau étendu simplifié pour le système de contrôle d’accès et de vidéosurveillance.

Si vous pouvez utiliser un clavier et un navigateur Internet, vous pouvez gérer cette fonctionnalité multisite avec Paxton10.

 

Quelles sont les prochaines étapes pour Paxton10 ?

Paxton10 poursuivra son évolution tout au long de cette année. Nous travaillons actuellement sur des mises à jour très intéressantes que nous espérons publier cet été. Mais nous ne pouvons pas vous en dire plus pour le moment.

 

Vous pouvez trouver plus d’informations sur Paxton10 Multisite sur le site Web de Paxton.

La gestion multisite avec Paxton10

23 Avril 2021 – Brighton

Le système combiné de contrôle d’accès et de gestion vidéo, développé par le fabricant international de systèmes de sécurité Paxton, propose une nouvelle mise à jour innovante qui le rend plus puissant et évolutif que jamais.

 

 

 

Thomas Faith, chef de produit Paxton10, explique comment les installateurs et les utilisateurs finaux peuvent désormais bénéficier de la fonctionnalité de gestion multisite :

 

Quelle a été l’inspiration derrière la dernière version de Paxton10?

Paxton10 est un système en constante évolution, que nous avons été en mesure de faire évoluer grâce aux commentaires de nos installateurs et de leurs utilisateurs finaux. Ces nouvelles mises à jour tentent donc de répondre à leurs souhaits et besoins. Le multisite est une fonctionnalité très attendue par de nombreux utilisateurs actuels et potentiels de Paxton10.

Notre vision, la force motrice qui nous pousse à faire évoluer ce système, est très simple. Nous souhaitons faire de Paxton10 le système de contrôle d’accès et de gestion vidéo le plus simple au monde.

Ainsi, un seul et même système Paxton10 peut désormais fonctionner sur plusieurs sites. En quoi cela est bénéfique?

La capacité de gestion multisite est applicable à de nombreux clients sur les marchés clés qui utilisent le système Paxton10. Écoles, hôpitaux, bureaux commerciaux, usines, immeubles résidentiels, différents types de bâtiments du secteur public, etc. Un grand nombre de ces entreprises ou organisations ont besoin d’étendre leur système de contrôle d’accès à plusieurs sites. Parfois, il s’agit de l’étendre à un deuxième bâtiment sur un même site, ou sur 100 bâtiments répartis sur plusieurs continents.

Elles peuvent donc désormais y parvenir facilement, sans complications et à moindre coût.

 

Comment cette nouvelle fonctionnalité multisite est-elle configurée dans l’interface en ligne de Paxton10 ?

En général, lors de l’installation d’un système de contrôle d’accès et de vidéosurveillance sur plusieurs sites, à différents endroits, tous les bâtiments doivent être connectés via un WAN et souvent via un VPN. Avec Paxton10, tout ce dont vous avez besoin, c’est d’une connexion Internet sur chaque site, et nous nous occupons du reste.

L’installateur n’a qu’à lier le contrôleur de chaque site distant à Paxton10 en utilisant un code d’activation et un numéro de série fournis avec le produit. Le contrôleur devient alors un serveur local et gère la découverte de tous les autres équipements Paxton10 sur le nouveau site.

De plus, il n’y a pas de licence à payer et il est totalement rétrocompatible. Cela signifie que tout serveur Paxton10 déjà installé peut être utilisé pour gérer 100 sites et 1000 portes.

 

Qu’apporte cette fonctionnalité multisite aux utilisateurs finaux ?

Pour l’utilisateur final, la fonctionnalité multisite n’apporte aucune complication, aucune infrastructure supplémentaire. Cela en fait une solution rentable, car aucun expert en réseau n’est nécessaire pour relier les sites entre eux. Paxton10 multisite est un réseau étendu simplifié pour le système de contrôle d’accès et de vidéosurveillance.

Si vous pouvez utiliser un clavier et un navigateur Internet, vous pouvez gérer cette fonctionnalité multisite avec Paxton10.

 

Quelles sont les prochaines étapes pour Paxton10 ?

Paxton10 poursuivra son évolution tout au long de cette année. Nous travaillons actuellement sur des mises à jour très intéressantes que nous espérons publier cet été. Mais nous ne pouvons pas vous en dire plus pour le moment.

 

Vous pouvez trouver plus d’informations sur Paxton10 Multisite sur le site Web de Paxton.

 

 

 

 

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Manage Multiple Sites with Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

The combined access control and video management system developed by the international security manufacturer Paxton, receives a new and innovative update which makes it more powerful and scalable than ever before.

Thomas Faith, the Paxton10 Product Manager, discusses how installers and end-users can now benefit from Multi-site management functionality:

 

What was the inspiration behind the latest release for Paxton10?

Paxton10 is an ever-evolving system, developed through feedback from our installers and their end-users. It is their wants and needs that is the inspiration behind these new updates. Multi-site is a feature that has been highly anticipated by many existing and potential new Paxton10 users.

Our overall vision will always be the driving force to continue developing the system, which is to make Paxton10 the simplest access control and video management system in the world.

 

So, a single Paxton10 system can now work across multiple sites. Can you explain what the benefit of this is?

Multi-site management capability is applicable to many customers in the key markets that use the Paxton10 system. Schools, healthcare facilities, commercial offices, manufacturing plants, residential buildings, and many public sector buildings – just to name a few. A lot of these businesses or organisations require the ability to extend access control across multiple locations. This could be two buildings on one site, or 100 buildings spanning multiple continents, and everything in between.

Now they can achieve this easily, with no complications, and less expense than ever before.

 

Can you explain how the new Multi-site feature is setup within the Paxton10 online interface?

Traditionally, when installing access control and video surveillance across multiple sites in different locations, all buildings need to be connected via a WAN and often a VPN. With Paxton10, all you need is an internet connection in each location, and we handle the complexity.

All the installer needs to do is bind a controller from each remote site to Paxton10 using an activation code and serial number provided on the product. Then the controller becomes a local server and handles the discovery of all other Paxton10 equipment on the new site.

What is more, there is no license to pay and it is completely backwards compatible. Meaning that any Paxton10 Server already installed can be used to manage up to 100 sites and up to 1000 doors.

 

What does Multi-site mean for end-users?

For the end-user, Multi-site means no complication and no extra infrastructure. This makes it a cost-effective solution, as no networking experts are required to link sites together. Paxton10 Multi-site is effectively wide area networking made simple for access control and video surveillance.

If you have access to a keyboard and an internet browser, you can achieve and maintain Multi-site with Paxton10.

 

What is next for Paxton10?

Paxton10 will continue to evolve throughout this year. We are currently working on some very exciting updates that we hope to release this Summer. However, I am afraid you will have to wait until then for more information.

 

Click to find out more about Paxton10 Multi-site

Manage Multiple Sites with Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

The combined access control and video management system developed by the international security manufacturer Paxton, receives a new and innovative update which makes it more powerful and scalable than ever before.

 

 

 

Thomas Faith, the Paxton10 Product Manager, discusses how installers and end-users can now benefit from Multi-site management functionality:

 

What was the inspiration behind the latest release for Paxton10?

Paxton10 is an ever-evolving system, developed through feedback from our installers and their end-users. It is their wants and needs that is the inspiration behind these new updates. Multi-site is a feature that has been highly anticipated by many existing and potential new Paxton10 users.

Our overall vision will always be the driving force to continue developing the system, which is to make Paxton10 the simplest access control and video management system in the world.

 

So, a single Paxton10 system can now work across multiple sites. Can you explain what the benefit of this is?

Multi-site management capability is applicable to many customers in the key markets that use the Paxton10 system. Schools, healthcare facilities, commercial offices, manufacturing plants, residential buildings, and many public sector buildings – just to name a few. A lot of these businesses or organisations require the ability to extend access control across multiple locations. This could be two buildings on one site, or 100 buildings spanning multiple continents, and everything in between.

Now they can achieve this easily, with no complications, and less expense than ever before.

 

Can you explain how the new Multi-site feature is setup within the Paxton10 online interface?

Traditionally, when installing access control and video surveillance across multiple sites in different locations, all buildings need to be connected via a WAN and often a VPN. With Paxton10, all you need is an internet connection in each location, and we handle the complexity.

All the installer needs to do is bind a controller from each remote site to Paxton10 using an activation code and serial number provided on the product. Then the controller becomes a local server and handles the discovery of all other Paxton10 equipment on the new site.

What is more, there is no license to pay, and it is completely backwards compatible. Meaning that any Paxton10 Server already installed can be used to manage up to 100 sites and up to 1000 doors.

 

What does Multi-site mean for end-users?

For the end-user, Multi-site means no complication and no extra infrastructure. This makes it a cost-effective solution, as no networking experts are required to link sites together. Paxton10 Multi-site is effectively wide area networking made simple for access control and video surveillance.

If you have access to a keyboard and an internet browser, you can achieve and maintain Multi-site with Paxton10.

 

What is next for Paxton10?

Paxton10 will continue to evolve throughout this year. We are currently working on some very exciting updates that we hope to release this Summer. However, I am afraid you will have to wait until then for more information.

 

Click here to find out more about Paxton10 Multi-site 

 

 

 

 

Watch the video

Manage Multiple Sites with Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

The combined access control and video management system developed by the international security manufacturer Paxton, receives a new and innovative update which makes it more powerful and scalable than ever before.

 

Thomas Faith, the Paxton10 Product Manager, discusses how installers and end-users can now benefit from Multi-site management functionality:

 

What was the inspiration behind the latest release for Paxton10?

Paxton10 is an ever-evolving system, developed through feedback from our installers and their end-users. It is their wants and needs that is the inspiration behind these new updates. Multi-site is a feature that has been highly anticipated by many existing and potential new Paxton10 users.

Our overall vision will always be the driving force to continue developing the system, which is to make Paxton10 the simplest access control and video management system in the world.

 

So, a single Paxton10 system can now work across multiple sites. Can you explain what the benefit of this is?

Multi-site management capability is applicable to many customers in the key markets that use the Paxton10 system. Schools, healthcare facilities, commercial offices, manufacturing plants, residential buildings, and many public sector buildings – just to name a few. A lot of these businesses or organisations require the ability to extend access control across multiple locations. This could be two buildings on one site, or 100 buildings spanning multiple continents, and everything in between.

Now they can achieve this easily, with no complications, and less expense than ever before.

 

Can you explain how the new Multi-site feature is setup within the Paxton10 online interface?

Traditionally, when installing access control and video surveillance across multiple sites in different locations, all buildings need to be connected via a WAN and often a VPN. With Paxton10, all you need is an internet connection in each location, and we handle the complexity.

All the installer needs to do is bind a controller from each remote site to Paxton10 using an activation code and serial number provided on the product. Then the controller becomes a local server and handles the discovery of all other Paxton10 equipment on the new site.

What is more, there is no license to pay and it is completely backwards compatible. Meaning that any Paxton10 Server already installed can be used to manage up to 100 sites and up to 1000 doors.

 

What does Multi-site mean for end-users?

For the end-user, Multi-site means no complication and no extra infrastructure. This makes it a cost-effective solution, as no networking experts are required to link sites together. Paxton10 Multi-site is effectively wide area networking made simple for access control and video surveillance.

If you have access to a keyboard and an internet browser, you can achieve and maintain Multi-site with Paxton10.

 

What is next for Paxton10?

Paxton10 will continue to evolve throughout this year. We are currently working on some very exciting updates that we hope to release this Summer. However, I am afraid you will have to wait until then for more information.

 

Click to find out more about Paxton10 Multi-site

Manage Multiple Sites with Paxton10

23rd April 2021 – Brighton

The combined access control and video management system developed by the international security manufacturer Paxton, receives a new and innovative update which makes it more powerful and scalable than ever before.

 

 

 

Thomas Faith, the Paxton10 Product Manager, discusses how installers and end-users can now benefit from Multi-site management functionality:

 

What was the inspiration behind the latest release for Paxton10?

Paxton10 is an ever-evolving system, developed through feedback from our installers and their end-users. It is their wants and needs that is the inspiration behind these new updates. Multi-site is a feature that has been highly anticipated by many existing and potential new Paxton10 users.

Our overall vision will always be the driving force to continue developing the system, which is to make Paxton10 the simplest access control and video management system in the world.

 

So, a single Paxton10 system can now work across multiple sites. Can you explain what the benefit of this is?

Multi-site management capability is applicable to many customers in the key markets that use the Paxton10 system. Schools, healthcare facilities, commercial offices, manufacturing plants, residential buildings, and many public sector buildings – just to name a few. A lot of these businesses or organisations require the ability to extend access control across multiple locations. This could be two buildings on one site, or 100 buildings spanning multiple continents, and everything in between.

Now they can achieve this easily, with no complications, and less expense than ever before.

 

Can you explain how the new Multi-site feature is setup within the Paxton10 online interface?

Traditionally, when installing access control and video surveillance across multiple sites in different locations, all buildings need to be connected via a WAN and often a VPN. With Paxton10, all you need is an internet connection in each location, and we handle the complexity.

All the installer needs to do is bind a controller from each remote site to Paxton10 using an activation code and serial number provided on the product. Then the controller becomes a local server and handles the discovery of all other Paxton10 equipment on the new site.

What is more, there is no license to pay, and it is completely backwards compatible. Meaning that any Paxton10 Server already installed can be used to manage up to 100 sites and up to 1000 doors.

 

What does Multi-site mean for end-users?

For the end-user, Multi-site means no complication and no extra infrastructure. This makes it a cost-effective solution, as no networking experts are required to link sites together. Paxton10 Multi-site is effectively wide area networking made simple for access control and video surveillance.

If you have access to a keyboard and an internet browser, you can achieve and maintain Multi-site with Paxton10.

 

What is next for Paxton10?

Paxton10 will continue to evolve throughout this year. We are currently working on some very exciting updates that we hope to release this Summer. However, I am afraid you will have to wait until then for more information.

 

Click here to find out more about Paxton10 Multi-site 

 

 

 

 

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Paxton10 Multi-Site!

Beheer meerdere locaties met één Paxton10 Systeem.

Soms komt het voor dat u meerdere gebouwen verdeeld over verschillende locaties wilt voorzien van een toegangscontrole en video management systeem en het beheer centraal wilt regelen vanuit één database. Paxton10 maakt het mogelijk om op een hele eenvoudige en veilige manier meerdere locaties te voorzien van online toegangscontrole en video management. Of het nu gaat om een locatie bij u in de buurt of aan de andere kant van de wereld.

Lees meer over Paxton10 Multi-Site en de handige Paxton10 webbased software:

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Paxton’s State of the Art Test Facility Re-Opens

21st April 2021 – Brighton

The security technology manufacturer Paxton continues to offer product testing equipment and services at their newly re-opened test house, located at their UK Headquarters based in the city of Brighton & Hove.

Due to the pandemic and social restrictions, Paxton had temporarily closed the Paxton Test Facility, which originally opened in August 2019, when the company transformed disused and unneeded warehouse space.
The facility has now reopened and is available for businesses and universities to test their products.

Brett Glass, Compliance Team Leader explains: “Reopening our Test Facility is significant, not only to Paxton, but to our customers who rely on us to support their engineering programmes.

“Many of our customers are local and require somewhere in close proximity that offers a flexible and professional service. The test engineers at Paxton pride themselves on assisting our customers by being accommodating and diligent throughout.”
At Paxton’s modern facility there is a wide range of testing equipment available, including an electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance test chamber and environment test chambers.

For more information and to book time to have your product tested please visit https://paxtontestfacility.co.uk/

Paxton’s State of the Art Test Facility Re-Opens

21st April 2021 – Brighton

The security technology manufacturer Paxton continues to offer product testing equipment and services at their newly re-opened test house, located at their UK Headquarters based in the city of Brighton & Hove.

Due to the pandemic and social restrictions, Paxton had temporarily closed the Paxton Test Facility, which originally opened in August 2019, when the company transformed disused and unneeded warehouse space.

The facility has now reopened and is available for businesses and universities to test their products.

Brett Glass, Compliance Team Leader explains: “Reopening our Test Facility is significant, not only to Paxton, but to our customers who rely on us to support their engineering programmes.

“Many of our customers are local and require somewhere in close proximity that offers a flexible and professional service. The test engineers at Paxton pride themselves on assisting our customers by being accommodating and diligent throughout.”

At Paxton’s modern facility there is a wide range of testing equipment available, including an electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) compliance test chamber and environment test chambers.

For more information and to book time to have your product tested please visit https://paxtontestfacility.co.uk/

People of Paxton

Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager

19th April 2021 – Brighton

In this month’s edition of ‘People of Paxton’, we spoke to Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager about her role at Paxton Inc., and learn what she gets up to when not training Paxton’s U.S. installers.

Eileen has worked for Paxton for just over four years bringing a wealth of experience from a variety of industries. She explains: “I started at Paxton in January 2017, and I have been in the training field since 1993. This was most recently with an audio visual integrator working in the healthcare field. Prior to that I worked for the second largest insurance company in the U.S. for about 13 years.”

As a Field Training Manager Eileen and her team are responsible for educating access control installers across the U.S. on how to successfully install our products and systems. Eileen continues: “My team and I are responsible for ensuring our installers and distributors are familiar with our products. We work with them to promote smooth installations for their customers. Our aim is to get our customers excited about Paxton products, and show them how easy it really is to install and maintain them.”

Like many people within the access control industry, our training teams have had to adapt quickly because of the global pandemic and social restrictions. Eileen explains that although there were challenges for her team, they continued to successfully implement their training programs: “The past 13 months have been challenging for everyone. For the training team it meant rethinking the way we do our entire job and making training available virtually in a very short time. The biggest project we had so far in 2021 was the U.S. launch of Paxton10, and virtually training over 400 people in just over two months.”

When asked what her favorite part about working for Paxton is, Eileen said: “The people I work with are extraordinary. My team are so smart and dedicated, which makes my job that much easier. The other teams here at Paxton Inc. are helpful, kind, bright and sincere. I look forward to being able to return to the Greenville office (when it’s safe to do so) and get to see everyone in person again!”

Outside of work, Eileen has an important role with a local health charity. She explains: “I am the Chairperson for the Board of Directors of a charity that provides money to patients who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. These funds are for everyday expenses to help patients with rent, utilities, car repairs and other costs of daily living, so they don’t have to worry about those things while in treatment.”

Eileen and her husband are also huge baseball fans. She said: “My husband and I have season tickets for our favorite team in Cleveland, Ohio. Spectators are now allowed in stadiums at reduced capacity, so we look forward to spending our weekends at the ballpark.”

You can find out more about the training Eileen and her team deliver by visiting https://www.paxton-access.com/us/training 

People of Paxton

Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager

19th March 2021 – Brighton
 

In this month’s edition of ‘People of Paxton’, we spoke to Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager about her role at Paxton Inc., and learn what she gets up to when not training Paxton’s U.S. installers.

Eileen has worked for Paxton for just over four years bringing a wealth of experience from a variety of industries. She explains: “I started at Paxton in January 2017, and I have been in the training field since 1993. This was most recently with an audio visual integrator working in the healthcare field. Prior to that I worked for the second largest insurance company in the U.S. for about 13 years.”

As a Field Training Manager Eileen and her team are responsible for educating access control installers across the U.S. on how to successfully install our products and systems. Eileen continues: “My team and I are responsible for ensuring our installers and distributors are familiar with our products. We work with them to promote smooth installations for their customers. Our aim is to get our customers excited about Paxton products, and show them how easy it really is to install and maintain them.”

Like many people within the access control industry, our training teams have had to adapt quickly because of the global pandemic and social restrictions. Eileen explains that although there were challenges for her team, they continued to successfully implement their training programmes: “The past 13 months have been challenging for everyone. For the training team it meant rethinking the way we do our entire job and making training available virtually in a very short time. The biggest project we had so far in 2021 was the U.S. launch of Paxton10, and virtually training over 400 people in just over two months.”

When asked what her favourite part about working for Paxton is, Eileen said: “The people I work with are extraordinary. My team are so smart and dedicated, which makes my job that much easier. The other teams here at Paxton Inc. are helpful, kind, bright and sincere. I look forward to being able to return to the Greenville office (when it’s safe to do so) and get to see everyone in person again!”

Outside of work, Eileen has an important role with a local health charity. She explains: “I am the Chairperson for the Board of Directors of a charity that provides money to patients who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. These funds are for everyday expenses to help patients with rent, utilities, car repairs and other costs of daily living, so they don’t have to worry about those things while in treatment.”

Eileen and her husband are also huge baseball fans. She said: “My husband and I have season tickets for our favourite team in Cleveland, Ohio. Spectators are now allowed in stadiums at reduced capacity, so we look forward to spending our weekends at the ballpark.”

You can find out more about the training Eileen and her team deliver on the Paxton website.

People of Paxton

Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager

19th April 2021 – Brighton

In this month’s edition of ‘People of Paxton’, we spoke to Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager about her role at Paxton Inc., and learn what she gets up to when not training Paxton’s U.S. installers.

Eileen has worked for Paxton for just over four years bringing a wealth of experience from a variety of industries. She explains: “I started at Paxton in January 2017, and I have been in the training field since 1993. This was most recently with an audio visual integrator working in the healthcare field. Prior to that I worked for the second largest insurance company in the U.S. for about 13 years.”

As a Field Training Manager Eileen and her team are responsible for educating access control installers across the U.S. on how to successfully install our products and systems. Eileen continues: “My team and I are responsible for ensuring our installers and distributors are familiar with our products. We work with them to promote smooth installations for their customers. Our aim is to get our customers excited about Paxton products, and show them how easy it really is to install and maintain them.”

Like many people within the access control industry, our training teams have had to adapt quickly because of the global pandemic and social restrictions. Eileen explains that although there were challenges for her team, they continued to successfully implement their training programs: “The past 13 months have been challenging for everyone. For the training team it meant rethinking the way we do our entire job and making training available virtually in a very short time. The biggest project we had so far in 2021 was the U.S. launch of Paxton10, and virtually training over 400 people in just over two months.”

When asked what her favourite part about working for Paxton is, Eileen said: “The people I work with are extraordinary. My team are so smart and dedicated, which makes my job that much easier. The other teams here at Paxton Inc. are helpful, kind, bright and sincere. I look forward to being able to return to the Greenville office (when it’s safe to do so) and get to see everyone in person again!”

Outside of work, Eileen has an important role with a local health charity. She explains: “I am the Chairperson for the Board of Directors of a charity that provides money to patients who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. These funds are for everyday expenses to help patients with rent, utilities, car repairs and other costs of daily living, so they don’t have to worry about those things while in treatment.”

Eileen and her husband are also huge baseball fans. She said: “My husband and I have season tickets for our favourite team in Cleveland, Ohio. Spectators are now allowed in stadiums at reduced capacity, so we look forward to spending our weekends at the ballpark.”

You can find out more about the training Eileen and her team deliver by visiting www.paxton-access.com/training 

People of Paxton

Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager

19th March 2021 – Brighton
 

In this month’s edition of ‘People of Paxton’, we spoke to Eileen Reed, U.S. Field Training Manager about her role at Paxton Inc., and learn what she gets up to when not training Paxton’s U.S. installers.

Eileen has worked for Paxton for just over four years bringing a wealth of experience from a variety of industries. She explains: “I started at Paxton in January 2017, and I have been in the training field since 1993. This was most recently with an audio visual integrator working in the healthcare field. Prior to that I worked for the second largest insurance company in the U.S. for about 13 years.”

As a Field Training Manager Eileen and her team are responsible for educating access control installers across the U.S. on how to successfully install our products and systems. Eileen continues: “My team and I are responsible for ensuring our installers and distributors are familiar with our products. We work with them to promote smooth installations for their customers. Our aim is to get our customers excited about Paxton products, and show them how easy it really is to install and maintain them.”

Like many people within the access control industry, our training teams have had to adapt quickly because of the global pandemic and social restrictions. Eileen explains that although there were challenges for her team, they continued to successfully implement their training programmes: “The past 13 months have been challenging for everyone. For the training team it meant rethinking the way we do our entire job and making training available virtually in a very short time. The biggest project we had so far in 2021 was the U.S. launch of Paxton10, and virtually training over 400 people in just over two months.”

When asked what her favourite part about working for Paxton is, Eileen said: “The people I work with are extraordinary. My team are so smart and dedicated, which makes my job that much easier. The other teams here at Paxton Inc. are helpful, kind, bright and sincere. I look forward to being able to return to the Greenville office (when it’s safe to do so) and get to see everyone in person again!”

Outside of work, Eileen has an important role with a local health charity. She explains: “I am the Chairperson for the Board of Directors of a charity that provides money to patients who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. These funds are for everyday expenses to help patients with rent, utilities, car repairs and other costs of daily living, so they don’t have to worry about those things while in treatment.”

Eileen and her husband are also huge baseball fans. She said: “My husband and I have season tickets for our favourite team in Cleveland, Ohio. Spectators are now allowed in stadiums at reduced capacity, so we look forward to spending our weekends at the ballpark.”

You can find out more about installer training on the Paxton website.