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  • DVTel and Schneider Electric Watch over Pennsylvanian City
    DVTel, a provider of smart security solutions, announced the City of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania is protecting the city's square, downtown and other high-risk areas in the city with DVTel's security platform and its PTZ and fixed network cameras.
    Editor / Provider: DVTel | Updated: 2010 / 9 / 30
  • DVTel Secures Airports for 2010 World Cup
    South Africa has seen an unprecedented uptick in new and cutting-edge security technology being specified and installed as the country readies itself for a very exciting time, The FIFA World Cup being held in July 2010. Major new infrastructure projects to support regional development include new te
    Editor / Provider: DVTel | Updated: 2010 / 6 / 3
  • Major Indian Cities Deploy DVTel for Traffic Management and Security
    DVTel, a provider of intelligent security solutions over IP networks, announced the DVTel intelligent Security Operations Center (iSOC) has been deployed in four Indian cities — New Delhi, Dehradun, Kashipur and Rudrapur. Optimum Tech Solutions served as the security integrator of record for the pro
    Editor / Provider: DVTel | Updated: 2010 / 4 / 26
  • O.R. Tambo International Airport Utilizes DVTel Solutions for 2010 World Cup
    The O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, is undergoing a major security project upgrade, adding to an existing state-of the-art DVTel video surveillance system already installed in the domestic and international terminals.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by DVTel | Updated: 2009 / 6 / 29
  • DVTel IP Video Surveillance Secures Shipbuilder
    24/7 site monitoring is essential for enforcing site security measures in the shipbuilding industry. IP video is the key to achieve this purpose.
    Editor / Provider: Submitted by DVTel and Telindus | Updated: 2008 / 7 / 9
  • Bangkok International Takes Off with DVTel
    Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport formally opened in late September 2006 after many years of careful planning and construction. Thailand hopes the new US$4-billion airport, designed to initially handle 45 million passengers and three million tons of cargo a year, will surpass rivals Singapore and Malay
    Editor / Provider: SUBMITTED BY DVTel | Updated: 2007 / 10 / 30
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