Bogen was able to upgrade the high school’s Multicom-2000 system to a Quantum system by replacing the processor card from their existing hardware with the new Quantum processor card (QSPC1). Because this site was a test bed for Quantum, Bogen added a second card cage and power supplies along with the QSPC1 cards to create a 2-node system. Backwards compatible with all Multicom-2000 systems, the Quantum processor card easily integrates with existing hardware to provide users with new and enhanced features. The addition of the trailer classrooms did not present a problem for Quantum. All hardware installation and programming was complete in just one day, creating a Quantum system to meet both present and future needs.
Resident in the QCR48, the Quantum Model QSPC1 Processor Card contains a flexible, easy-to-use user interface, enabling quick and efficient programming via the Quantum application interface. The solution simplifies the high school’s communications, enabling intra-facility connections by linking administrative and staff locations within a single building and between multiple building sites. Quantum also addresses communications Product Highlights issues associated with continued and future renovations, extending communications throughout the school campus or if desired across the entire school district, including Sparta’s four other schools and the administration building.