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Biometric Readers From MorphoTrak Integrated In Cisco Access Control Systems

MorphoTrak : 16 February, 2011  (Application Story)
MorphoTrak has entered a partnership agreement with Cisco for use of the company's biometric access control readers withint the IP-based access control system supplied by Cisco
MorphoTrak has announced their selection by Cisco as an system provider. This selection means that MorphoTrak’s MorphoAccess biometric readers are now available as an integral component of Cisco’s IP-based access control system.



“The partnership of two best-in-class technology leaders represents a big step towards fully IP-Based, biometric-enabled solutions for physical access control,” stated Daniel Vassy, President and CEO of MorphoTrak. “We look forward to serving Cisco customers seeking both FIPS 201 compliant and commercial access control with this joint top-of-the-line security solution.”



MorphoTrak’s MorphoAccess range of biometric access control devices provide a powerful, highly versatile front-end smart reader. From the rugged outdoor OMA520 for harsh conditions down to -40°F to the sleek, architect approved J-Series reader; MorphoTrak’s proven expertise in all aspects of biometric technology is unmatched in the industry. In addition, MorphoTrak’s hardware and software have passed rigorous testing by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for inclusion on the GSA FIPS 201 Approved Products List, as well as TSA testing for inclusion on the TWIC Initial Capabilities Evaluation List.



Cisco’s Physical Access Gateway is the primary means for the Cisco Physical Access Control solution to connect MorphoAccess biometric readers to an IP network. The Gateway solution is fully scalable, from one to thousands of points, by connecting MorphoAccess input/output modules to the Gateway through a Controller Area Network (CAN) bus without the need for additional Ethernet ports. The use of Cisco and MorphoTrak Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) capabilities eliminates the cost of installing additional power supplies at each reader location.
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