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Moxa releases new switch firmware to ramp up device security

Moxa releases new switch firmware to ramp up device security

Moxa announced a new firmware upgrade for its industrial Ethernet switches with major enhancements for its security functionalities. ...
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  • Montana State University Improves Residence Hall Security with CBORD and NICE Solution
    The CBORD Group, Inc., a provider of campus card and integrated security solutions to colleges and universities, announced that Montana State University in Bozeman, MT has expanded its use of CBORD solutions by implementing an intelligent video surveillance solution from CBORD partner NICE Systems, ...
    2009/01/14
  • VideoIQ Announces iCVR Innovative Solution
    VideoIQ introduces an IP based security video recording solution that combines solutions to both the video analytics and DVR storage issues. By putting 16 GB of storage on the camera itself, the system is completely scalable. But putting video analytics on the camera itself, they have simplified the...
    2009/01/14
  • Videcon IR Camera with External Adjustments Makes Quick and Easy Installation
    Videcon Plc introduces the Concept Pro VLP4526 Housed IR Camera with external adjustment controls to make a successful installation even easier. Fast installation times and trouble-free maintenance are key flashpoints for any CCTV Engineer, especially when cold winter temperatures can slow down even...
    2009/01/14
  • Scallop Imaging Digital Window Brings High Resolution to Surveillance Cameras
    Scallop Imaging, a supplier in high resolution video camera technology, launched Digital Window, a seven megapixel surveillance camera that records in high resolution throughout its 180o field of view, without fisheye distortion. At all times, the Digital Window camera, processing over 100 megapixel...
    2009/01/13
  • EyeLytics Announces H.264 Encoder IP Core for Surveillance Deployment
    EyeLytics announced the availability of a Main Profile HD H.264 Encoder IP core for the surveillance market. The IP core has been developed for both ASIC and FPGA deployment and has been proven on the Altera Cyclone III Development board. The core logic is optimized for surveillance applications and...
    2009/01/13
  • LightHaus Logic Introduces Next Generation of Retail Intelligence
    LightHaus Logic introduced Equinox Visual Intelligence solutions for the retail industry. Equinox enables retailers to integrate sophisticated intelligence derived from in-store video into everyday business decisions. Equinox provides real-time and historical insights that enable retailers to unders...
    2009/01/13
  • LaserCard Awarded an Order for Saudi Arabia National ID Card Program
    LaserCard Corporation, a provider of secure ID solutions, announced a follow-on purchase order valued at USD$5.4 million to supply secure credentials for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's National Identity Card program.The Saudi Arabia National ID card is a wallet-sized card that features LaserCard's op...
    2009/01/13
  • Lanner Introduces Two H.264 Video Servers for IP Video
    Lanner Electronics announced the release of two new compact video server platforms with hardware H.264 compression, network connectivity and central management software. Measuring only 40mm in height, the Lanner VS-F120 and VS-F710 video servers are designed for IP surveillance systems and other app...
    2009/01/13
  • RADWIN Video Surveillance Transmission Deployed in Jerusalem's Historic Site
    RADWIN, a global provider of advanced wireless broadband solutions, announced that it received a follow-on order by the City of David, a historic landmark in Jerusalem, Israel. RADWIN's systems are used by the City of David since 2006 for video surveillance transmission from 65 cameras. In Phase II ...
    2009/01/12
  • India Recognized as a Key Spender in the Global Civil Security Market
    Frost & Sullivan research indicates that the total homeland security spending in the Indian market under all the eight major threat domains will amount to an estimated total of USD$9.7 billion by 2016. Airports security is projected to total over $3.2 billion by 2016 at a compound annual growth ...
    2009/01/12