CLX Drives IoT Connectivity with Advent Controls

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Advent Controls’ fire and security communication platform extends CLX’s IoT Connectivity solution in aid to first responders.

Global CPaaS provider CLX communications has teamed up with Advent Controls to enhance IoT connectivity within the fire and security industries.

The partnership supports both industries by creating affordable, reliable, and connected alarm and detection systems. These systems won’t rely on pre-paid consumer SIM cards or expensive fixed lines.

Advent Controls, a UK global system for mobile communications (GSM) security equipment manufacturer, has collaborated with CLX since early 2018. Advent uses CLX’s IoT SIM to add connectivity to its GSM Dialler and Intercom offerings. As ISDN and PSTN networks become obsolete, Advent and CLX have future proofed installations by incorporating SIM for more reliable, less expensive, and easily portable connectivity.

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The two companies demonstrated their offerings at the 2018 International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) in London. The highlighted benefits to adopting the CLX IoT SIM:

  • Faster installations
  • Increased revenue
  • Reduced support calls

David Pearson, IoT Sales Manager at CLX Communications, says, “Partnering with Advent Controls at IFSEC brings our IoT Connectivity offering to a whole new market. We are very excited about our continuing working relationship with Advent and others in this industry.”The

The CLX IoT Connectivity SIM provides a complete solution for the fire and security sector. The product offers additional value by sharing location information on installed units. This feature helps installers keep tabs on the thousands of units in the field.

Sue Walsh

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Sue Walsh is News Writer for RTInsights, and a freelance writer and social media manager living in New York City. Her specialties include tech, security and e-commerce. You can follow her on Twitter at @girlfridaygeek.

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