Deeplet Technology achieved an impressive 200 percent growth
from 2008 to 2009, even in the face of economic adversity. " System
stability, higher resolution, user-friendly interface and networking
capability are key for growth," said Thomas Cheng, President and CEO. Founded in 2005,
the company's competence stems from its video technology with a self-developed image
processing platform and powerful management system. Its product lines focus on DVRs,
network DVRs, video servers and Windows-based management software.
STRATEGIES AND CORE COMPETENCE
Deeplet was one of the first Asian vendors to manufacture a H.264 mobile DVR for
automobiles. To increase its H.264 product range, the 16-channel real-time D1 DVR and
network cameras will be launched before the second quarter of 2010.
Its vertical-specific mobile DVR will be armed with enhanced integration and
monitoring software to better protect driver safety. For example, operators will be notified
of sudden acceleration, deceleration and collision, based on the surroundings, Cheng
With more than 70 percent of the revenue derived from its branded product sales,
Deeplet emphasizes delivering brand value. Keen on building its international sales
channels, it will increase its market penetration in the Middle East, Europe and the U.S.
The company's branding and vertical-oriented innovation will help Deeplet maintain
positive growth for years to come.