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Dantel Inc. Announces Selection by an International Communications Company for Major IP Network Alarm Project

(PRWEB) April 30, 2007 -- Dantel Inc. (, a leader in the field of network surveillance and management, today announced that it has been selected for a major alarm network project by one of the world's largest international communications companies. This selection places Dantel's PointMaster® Eagle alarm system and VisionMaster® Client/Server mediation system throughout the company's communications network.

The communications company, which offers a number of IP services including data, voice, and video serving a variety of markets, will use the Dantel solution to optimize its IP network performance by providing maximum visibility and status along with a standard automated response. The Eagle and VisionMaster make it easier for an end user to operate and maintain its network by detecting and reporting service-affecting events before they impact network performance and the bottom line.

"We are excited about the selection and initial order for 250 PointMaster Eagles. We look forward to providing additional products and services for related projects," said Frank Martinez, director of account marketing for Dantel. "This was a culmination of close dialogue with our partner relative to preparation, planning and implementation over the past year and a half."

Dantel's PointMaster Eagle solution reports event data to NETEXPERT®, NMA®, Netcool® or other management systems for processing. A similar approach is used by a number of Dantel clients with some variations depending on network type and characteristics. The VisionMaster product family aggregates event data from remote sites thereby offloading the burden placed on the primary management system. The VisionMaster communicates using TL1, DCP, DCPF, SNMP and other protocols.

"Dantel excels at providing creative solutions by leveraging our industry experience, knowledge and advanced technology for innovative, yet simple approaches to resolving complex problems," said Martinez. "Our selection, which was based in part on cost, service and seamless integration, is yet another excellent example of our proven approach."

The PointMaster Eagle, which can be adapted to many different configurations, is ideal for new and retrofit applications. It is NEBS certified and supports a variety of protocols including SNMP, TL1, DCP and DCPF. It also supports a range 64 to 256 alarm inputs/4 to 32 control outputs and supports both Serial and TCP/IP communications.

About Dantel, Inc.
Since 1971, Dantel has been the leading provider of innovative alarm, control and physical surveillance products. Dantel designs, manufactures and markets these products to a diverse customer base including telecommunication service providers, cable operators, energy utilities, security dealers, the U.S. Government and OEM partners. For more information on Dantel and its surveillance and management solutions, call 1-800-432-6835, or visit us at

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