Press Release: Qolsys Receives AT&T VoLTE Certification

Award Winning IQ Panel 2 Plus Now Supports 2-Way voice with AT&T Voice over LTE

September 25, 2018 – SAN JOSE, CA. –Qolsys, the leading provider of security and smarthome technology, announced today the IQ Panel 2 Plus received certification for operation on AT&T’s nationwide cellular network with Voice over LTE (VoLTE) including support for 2-way voice.

“Two-way voice over VoLTE will be an industry standard.,” says Qolsys SVP of Sales and Marketing Mike Hackett.  “By offering the IQ Panel on AT&T’s network Qolsys dealers are provided an LTE option with improved coverage, reliability and performance.”Continue reading

Press Release: Qolsys Releases IQ Panel 2 Plus with Dual SRF Featuring PowerG and 345 MHz

New IQ Panel with Onboard Legacy Radio Bridges Install Base with Future Sensor Technology

SEPTEMBER 19, 2018 – SAN JOSE, CA. –Qolsys, the leading provider of security and smarthome technology, announced today a new model of the IQ Panel 2 Plus will be available on Monday, October 1.  This IQ Panel 2 Plus supports Dual SRF featuring PowerG’s industry leading range, remote programming and encryption with a radio compatible with legacy 345 MHz sensors (Honeywell/2Gig).

“With the impending 3G sunset and demand for encrypted sensor technology, security dealers need a solution to upgrade their legacy install base,” says Mike Hackett, Qolsys SVP Sales and Marketing.  “The IQ Panel 2 Plus with a 345 MHz sensor radio and PowerG bridges the gap between what the security industry has been installing for decades and what is now the new standard for security and smart home solutions, including PowerG 2-way encrypted sensor technology, LTE and rich feature sets that delight the customer and increase usage.”

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News: SDM State of the Market: Connected Home.


…Manufacturer Qolsys describes 2017 as a record year, according to Mike Hackett, executive vice president of sales and marketing for the San Jose, Calif.-based company, which bills itself as a provider of “quality-of-life” systems. “Traditional security dealers are quickly adopting modern technology to compete in the marketplace; many of our dealers reported 25 to 50 percent year-over-year growth. …  Security dealers are no longer the expert service provider entrusted to install a burglar alarm. Today’s dealers are in the center of the consumer residential IoT wave.” Read full article