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EtherWAN systems announced the release of new-generation Ethernet extenders over copper wires

EtherWAN Systems has launched the ED3501 and ED3541 Ethernet Extenders. Both models provide excellent Ethernet Extension performance via single RJ11 cable or a pair of copper wires; the data transfer rate is able to reach 100Mbps at 300-meter point-to-point distance, and the maximum distance is up to 2600 meters with 1Mbps data rate. ... Full story

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Samsung sells Samsung Techwin

Business Talk

Samsung Techwin announced that Samsung Group affiliates will sell their holding stakes in Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Group. Samsung Techwin is a major supplier of video surveillance equipment. Hanwha Group is a large South Korean conglomerate.

2014 Security 50 Industry Report

News Feature

This year's Security 50 rankings again proved the year 2013 was another fruitful year. The top 50 companies grew 8.2 percent on average. Even without very dramatic growth, it symbolizes that 2013 indeed was a turning point for the whole industry: time for solutions!

Gaming sector demands beyond surveillance

News Feature

Fraud and theft are the most common illegal activities that take place in casino facilities, as a large amount of money is handled between staffs and patrons every single day making casino a convenient target. When it comes to casino security deployment, there are many to concern about.

Review on 2013 Security 50

News Feature

Security 50 Ranking, has been delivered by a&s editorial team in Messe Frankfurt New Era for more than a decade, is an iconic industry report in the security industry. The participants range from exclusive manufacturers to end-to-end solution providers. Security 50 Ranking is entirely based on the suppliers' annual product sales, providing our readers an aspect to this dynamic market.

Made-in-Taiwan smart home story

News Feature

Do you know? The world famous Nest thermostat, Dropcam and among several other connected-home products are actually the fruits of cooperation between Taiwan's original makers and those leading brands. Thanks to our prominent IT and networking background backed by years of experience, the island is marching in full gear towards the smart home arena, shining under the spotlight.

Going global with top-tier Taiwan products & services

News Feature

It's only been the last few years since the smart home sector has picked up widespread attention. Sensing such explosive growth, Taiwan traditional security camera makers and component suppliers have all jumped on the bandwagon, all hoping to grab a share of the global market.

Taiwan creates value through innovation & user experience

News Feature

For some, user experience is a new catchphrase. Slowly but surely smart home makers in Taiwan are grasping the concept of user experience. Thanks to years of export experience and regular interaction with their customers, they have come to understand that user experience is all the aspects of how people use an interactive product: the way it feels in their hands, how well they understand how it wo

The best of both worlds – Taiwan hardware & software savvy

News Feature

Cloud computing is a key contributor in innovative application towards the internet of things (IoT). This trend is gradually taking form, which will bring forth new challenges for enterprises in business models and innovations.

The powerhouse of product customization by Taiwan suppliers

News Feature

Over the years, the island has carved out a distinctive niche as the world's pre-eminent high-tech manufacturing hub. But due to price competition from neighboring countries and other underlying factors, manufacturing hardware alone can no longer sustain its competitive edge.

Made-in-Taiwan shines under the spotlight

News Feature

The global smart home has really hit its stride. Even the big boys – Google, Apple and Samsung – are all head over heels looking to make a statement. According to a study released by Juniper Research, the smart home market will reach a staggering $71 billion by 2018.

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