Quantum Secure announces integration partnership with Unlimited Technology

Quantum Secure of San Jose, CA, announced, on June 17, an integration partnership with Unlimited Technology of Chester Springs, PA. Together, the companies will deploy and support integrated security solutions bringing together both logical and physical security into a larger approach to identity management.

The Quantum Secure SAFE provides enterprise software to manage and streamline security identities, compliance and events. It also enables corporate security managers to implement best practices, automate key processes and simplify control of employees, vendors and other third-party identities across a global organization.

Unlimited Technology offers expertise in the most advanced security equipment, including perimeter protection, physical identity and access management. Together, the companies will deploy and support integrated security solutions.

“Quantum Secure has set the standard for physical identity and access management,” said John Palumbo, vice president of Unlimited Technology. “Their SAFE suite of software, combined with our dedicated team of security professionals, will result in highly effective innovations for today’s dynamic security requirements.”

The partnership is equally welcomed by Quantum Secure “We have partnered with Unlimited Technology to leverage their vast experience as a systems integrator and project management,” said Scott Sieracki, vice president of global sales for Quantum Secure. “Their expertise in security infrastructures, combined with our leading-edge technology for physical identity and access management, will result in a host of new opportunities for our entire SAFE suite of software.”

Quantum Secure customers include international airports, highly secure government agencies such as the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

As for Unlimited Technology, commercial businesses, correctional facilities, water fronts, chemical/gas applications and nuclear power plants have already trusted their services.