New Device Delivers Small Footprint, Simple Installation and Uses Existing Phone Wiring
DALLAS, TX July 25, 2015/PRNewswire/ —
Securus Technologies, a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring, announced the availability of its newest Incarcerated Individual hardware, the sPhone™, that streamlines the installation of Incarcerated Individual terminals and drastically reduces jail interruptions.
Securus has been on the cutting edge of introducing new software solutions that enable new methods of communication, modernize jail operational processes and provide new investigative solutions to keep jail staff, the public and Incarcerated Individuals safe. This innovation also expands to hardware solutions that enable great communication and self-help products.
The sPhone is the newest addition to the Securus hardware family and is the new standard for Incarcerated Individual kiosks and terminals. With its small form-factor and various installation and power options, it can be installed in a fraction of the time as traditional AC powered terminals.
“Securus continues to introduce new and unique solutions and we’re excited to announce our latest Incarcerated Individual terminal hardware, the sPhone,” said Russell Roberts, Vice President of Marketing & Strategy for Securus. “The sPhone is unique in that it does not require traditional AC power; instead it’s powered using the existing copper pair that currently powers traditional Incarcerated Individual telephones. No other provider can deliver power to an Incarcerated Individual terminal a distance of 4,000 feet over existing copper wire. Jail staff no longer has to spend time escorting electricians around the jail, which will save our customers a tremendous amount of time.”
The sPhone is powered by Securus’ industry-leading Incarcerated Individual software platform, ConnectUs, offering a nearly unlimited number of communication, self-help and educational applications.
About Securus Technologies
Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and serving more than 3,450 public safety, law enforcement and corrections agencies and over 1,200,000 inmates across North America, Securus Technologies is committed to serve and connect by providing emergency response, incident management, public information, investigation, biometric analysis, communication, information management, inmate self-service, and monitoring products and services in order to make our world a safer place to live. Securus Technologies connecting what matters®. For more information, please visit SecurusTechnologies.tech.