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  • Axis to release P14 bullet IP cam series
    The new AXIS P14 Network Camera Series consists of seven compact bullet-style cameras offering functionalities required for most installations.
    Editor / Provider: AXIS | Updated: 2014 / 4 / 3
  • Axis upgrades pan/tilt/zoom series with launch of nine new cameras
    The AXIS Q60 PTZ Dome Network Camera Series now includes nine new robust, high-speed pan/tilt/zoom cameras for wide area surveillance in indoor, outdoor and desert environments. The cameras, with up to HDTV 1080p resolution and high optical zoom, have improved image quality, light sensitivity and en
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communication | Updated: 2013 / 12 / 13
  • Hikvision releases DS-6700 video encoder series
    Hikvision's DS-6700 series of encoders offer users the flexibility to harmonize features, performance, and cost – while never sacrificing video quality – for their digital encoding needs. Adopting the latest embedded processor, this DS-6700 series provides more powerful capability in audio/video enc
    Editor / Provider: Hikvision | Updated: 2013 / 2 / 12
  • Bosch expands intrusion portfolio with B Series control panels
    Bosch Security Systems has launched the B Series intrusion control panels. The panels are modern Internet appliances for security applications designed to simplify installation and increase profits for dealers and integrators.
    Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2013 / 1 / 9
  • How to Introduce IPv6 Advantages to Physical Security Networks
    As more security systems become networked, the evolution from IPv4 to IPv6 directly impacts many installations. Alf Chang, a&s consultant and a former installer, examines the effects of the IPv6 protocol on physical security.
    Editor / Provider: The Editorial Team | Updated: 2011 / 10 / 14
  • IPv6 Implications for Physical Security
    As the number of IP addresses runs out, IPv6 adds many more addresses. Edgar Martinez, Senior Technology Engineer at KBC Networks, examines how this network change affects physical security equipment.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by KBC Networks | Updated: 2011 / 3 / 24
  • Internet Protocol Version 6 and Security
    Internet protocol version 6 (IPv6) is designed to succeed IPv4, the first publicly used protocol that is still in dominant use currently. IPv6 was first ratified as IPng some 14 years ago. Since then, it has had a gradual development and deployment in the Internet and in enterprise level installatio
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by Norbain | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 14
  • Take This Commodity for Granted and Security Will Suffer
    Sometime next year, likely starting in March 2011, the world is going to run out of a commodity that governments, businesses and consumers have largely taken for granted. Without a fix, communications will be hampered and economic growth could be stunted on a global basis.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by B2 Convergence Consulting | Updated: 2010 / 12 / 14
  • Eight Trends That Will Shape Security in' 08
    When former IBM CEO Louis Gerstner, Jr. began his quest to turn around the once-troubled company, he asked an auditorium full of corporate customers what he could do to help them manage their businesses and technology platforms better. Someone from the back called out, ¨Slow it all down!〃 The group
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by ADT Security Services | Updated: 2008 / 1 / 8
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