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Recent regulations in the NFPA 72 is allowing for new communications methods, including VoIP and cellular connections, to replace the traditional landline communications. Network Carrier Access Devices such as POTS in a BOX can serve as the sole communications path for commercial and residential fire alarm monitoring solutions. Read more about how these recent changes in the NFPA 72 affect your business and how POTS in a BOX can provide your business with reliable emergency monitoring connections.

Fire Alarm Communications Regulations Information

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The traditional copper lines of telephony have disintegrated, and newer technology such as VoIP and LTE have risen in popularity. The combined forces have caused many carriers to no longer offer traditional POTS lines, forcing many onto the newer, digital options.

This disruption can give your business some big challenges to overcome, and as a business owner, you need to ask yourselves these 5 questions to determine your level of risk for disruption as more
copper lines are made inactive.

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