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UltraSync: Secure Connectivity in No Time,
Providing Communication at Any Time

On the Internet of Things, reliability makes the difference. UltraSync™ connects everything that is happening between the installer, central monitoring station, push and mail services management, and providers. It also smoothly enables alarm handling and prevention. With quick and easy installation, 24/7 monitoring, secure connectivity, and remote management capability, UltraSync ensures a flexible and professional service and offers users peace of mind.

Installation with Ease

Easily and quickly install your security solution. With UltraSync's plug and play setup, you can pre-configure connections for intelligent edge devices, without the need for in-depth knowledge of IP technology. Once installation is complete, UltraSync's flexible programming features enable remote support at any time, from anywhere in the world, while still maintaining maximum security.

24/7 Monitoring

After setup, every device is connected via a secure tunnel to the UltraSync server, which is hosted in a secure cloud environment. UltraSync provides alarm delivery to any supported central monitoring station (CMS) of your choice, via a secure connection.

UltraSync is supported by a wide range of CMS — major CMS throughout Australia are embracing UltraSync in their offerings.

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Secure Connectivity

While the importance of a secure connection over the internet is widely understood and agreed upon, the reality is often different. UltraSync makes sure the vision is realised, with secured, encrypted connectivity paired with a reported quality of service.

UltraSync provides a wide range of communication options and services, including IP, cellular, and dual path connectivity. It enables a near real-time data connection, with high speed data transfer thanks to a high-performing low-latency network.

At the same time, UltraSync keeps the user in control of their own data. With UltraSync, data remains in the local device, and no sensitive data is stored in the cloud environment. This also ensures that UltraSync is compliant with data privacy requirements such as GDPR.

Remote Management

UltraSync is supported by various Aritech connected platforms and solutions. One UltraSync empowered solution, multiple compatible security platforms: ZeroWire, Reliance XR Pro, and Tecom.

Available for both iOS and Android™ devices, the UltraSync mobile app means your UltraSync system is always at your fingertips — anytime, anywhere. Push notifications with video footage are sent in case of an alarm being triggered. With a ZeroWire integration, remote management of a wide range of household appliances is possible through the secure UltraSync connection as well — offering all the convenience of the Internet of Things paired with the reliable security needed to set users' minds at ease.

Image of two mobile phones; the left phone is running the UltraSymc mobile app, and the right phone is running the TecomPlus mobile app.

On left: UltraSync mobile app.     On right: TecomPlus mobile app.


With a secure, encrypted cloud connection via UltraSync, the modern interface of the TecomPlus app allows you to open doors, arm/disarm areas, isolate inputs, or control lighting at the touch of a button. Setup is a breeze, with an improved connection between your security panel and mobile device thanks to UltraSync.

UltraSync can also be managed through a powerful and intuitive web portal. The web portal provides a user-friendly interface for provisioning, managing, and monitoring UltraSync supported devices and enabling services. In addition to providing remote connectivity and diagnostics, UltraSync offers security dealers and integrators the option to connect directly to the panels without the need to change customer router settings, firewall rules, or use domain name services (DNS) to access the systems remotely.