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S2 Security's Solution Delivers On Compliance Demands

High Availability solution uses two network-connected systems in redundant configuration

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – Aug. 30, 2011- S2 Security Corporation (S2), the leader in IP-based integrated physical security systems, has introduced its High Availability solution for use with the S2 NetBox and S2 Enterprise integrated physical security management systems. S2’s new solution offers organizations a system that is easier to configure, faster to deploy and less expensive than second generation solutions.

The High Availability solution uses two network-connected systems in redundant configuration. Unlike competitive implementations, S2’s High Availability option sets up in minutes and delivers 99.999% uptime with minimal administration. In normal operation, the two systems continuously synchronize, automatically failing over as necessary. Resynchronization after failover and repair is also automatic.

“Highly available systems are important for many of our clients for whom regulatory compliance creates demanding uptime requirements,” said S2 Security CEO John Moss. “Organizations can set up S2’s fully redundant system within minutes without special training, software or equipment. This solution is another example of how S2’s IP-based model brings increased capabilities and ease-of-use to organizations of all sizes.”

Many other systems only move to a backup if the existing system fails, creating downtime and putting facilities at risk. S2’s High Availability solution is a built-in feature of the NetBox Extreme, Enterprise and other large S2 systems (build 458 or later), and runs multiple systems simultaneously, ensuring that there is no downtime.

S2’s High Availability solution makes sense for companies in all sectors and sizes. It is fully scalable, offered in co-located and non-co-located versions and offers automatic and manual failover.

You can read more about S2’s High Availability solution in a Q&A with CEO John L. Moss (http://s2sys.com/news-events/q_and_a/).

Media Contact:

Jamie Farrell S2 Security Corporation [email protected] (508) 663-2500 x459

Michael Reilly Edelman [email protected] (202) 326-1734

About S2 Security

S2 Security Corporation is the leader in IP-based integrated physical security systems. Unique to the security industry, S2 products are network appliances that require only a web browser to use. S2 products offer cost-effective security for applications of any size, from small offices to scaled, multi-site global enterprises. The advanced, open platform used by S2 Security, coupled with innovative application software, give S2 products a superior total cost of ownership (TCO) throughout the product life cycle. S2 Security systems support access control, alarm monitoring, temperature monitoring, video surveillance and intercom. S2 Security—Integrated Security for an IP-Connected World'. S2 Security products are available by contacting the company at http://www.s2sys.com.

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