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EMR Integrated Solutions today announced a deal with facilities management company, ISS to upgrade the on-site radio communications at HP's multi-building campus in Leixlip, Co Kildare.

ISS chooses EMR to upgrade HP’s on-site radio communications system

Leading communications and network provider, EMR Integrated Solutions today announced a deal with facilities management company, ISS to upgrade the on-site radio communications at HP’s multi-building campus in Leixlip, Co Kildare.

EMR will upgrade HP’s existing MPT1327 trunked radio system. This radio system provides essential site wide radio communications to all of the various user groups within the complex and they operate a large number of Motorola GP1200 user handsets.

EMR will manage the upgrade project and also made several recommendations to ISS and HP for enhancing the current system operation including new Motorola MPT1327 system handsets as they provide a more practical solution for the various staff communications.

Commenting on the project, John McLoughlin, facilities manager with ISS who manages the campus on behalf of HP said:

“EMR took over the servicing of our system from another vendor and has since then they have improved the overall operation of our system. Their recommendations for the updates to the system especially for the compact portable radio have been a huge success. The staff can now carry and operate the radios more efficiently. We are very pleased with EMR especially with the high level of customer and technical support they provide to our system.”

EMR arranged for engineers to inspect the MPT1327 system infrastructure. This comprises of Motorola MTR2000 high power repeaters and Fylde MPT1327 system and channel control equipment. EMR serviced this equipment and upgraded one the individual repeater transmitters.

The security control base operations equipment was also upgraded to a new Motorola GM1280 base radio to provide a resilient dispatch solution for control in event of breakdown to the existing desktop PC dispatch system.

The new system provides resilient, quality communications for large numbers of office and manufacturing staff.