Multicom’s Remote Headend Server Now Essential in MDUs

  • Multicom
ORLANDO, FL – Multicom announced that its TotalGUARDIAN remote headend server has now been deployed in and declared essential in a wide variety of demanding installations including university student housing, multiple dwelling units (MDU), and hospitality venues including hotels and resorts.

The TotalGUARDIAN provides the capability to remotely maintain, reconfigure, and service a wide variety of video headends that have never had that capability and to dramatically extend the life and capabilities of those legacy systems - all remotely controlled using a smartphone, tablet, or PC. This virtually eliminates expensive, time consuming truck rolls.

The TotalGUARDIAN Remote Headend Server MTG-EL24 provides the user-friendly web control interface to monitor and control receivers, modulators, and other headend equipment using Ethernet, IR (infrared), and AC power via expansion units, and GPDUs. It also provides environmental monitoring and provides alerts, site network testing, local weather and more.

“We are proud to have developed the innovative hardware and software and manufacture this product here in the high tech innovation corridor of Orlando, Florida. For over 30 years Multicom has been involved in the manufacture and distribution of video-data-voice solutions and we have driven new system solutions to become even more compact, reliable, user-friendly, and profitable for their operators.” said Raymond Shedden, Multicom's director of sales and marketing.


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