Sify Technologies chooses Gallagher’s Monitored Pulse Fence system


A Fortune India 500 company, Sify Technologies, India’s most comprehensive ICT service and solution provider, has chosen Gallagher’s Monitored Pulse Fence system to secure its operational data centres. With nine data centres across India, Sify Technologies decided Gallagher’s Command Centre and Monitored Pulse Fence technology was the ideal solution to protect people and assets, along with safeguarding business continuity.

Gallagher is a technology provider in integrated access control, intruder alarms management, and perimeter protection. Gallagher’s security solutions are in use within the highest levels of national and local government, military, commercial, industrial, healthcare, transportation, and academic organizations in more than 130 countries

“Sify Technologies also purchased the Milestone Integration License to ensure video surveillance is integrated with Command Centre across all data centres, giving operators the ability to confidently manage incidents on site in a way that suits them,” said Gautham NV, Gallagher’s Head of Sales and Marketing for India.

Securing this large project further highlights Gallagher’s growth across India, and the commitment from the team to understand customers’ business needs to deliver powerful security solutions.


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