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  •  US bank TCF upgrades to hybrid recording and management across 430 branches
    Minneapolis-based TCF Bank, recently replaced Verint Systems video surveillance system with an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of March Networks hybrid NVRs, IP cameras and VMS for improved security, fraud detection and operational efficiency across its 430 retail banking branches. TCF
    Editor / Provider: Infinova/March Networks | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 26
  • Texas prep school expands IP surveillance deployment
    Harmony Public School, a Texan nonprofit organization, was established by a group of dedicated educators and university academics. The school is a high-performing K-12 college preparatory charter school that focuses on math, science, engineering and computer technologies.
    Editor / Provider: Sponsored by Qnap Systems | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 24
  • Infinova partners with Dell for server and storage solutions
    Infinova and Dell join hands to provide its partners a one stop solution for video surveillance, server and storage needs. With this association, their partners would now be able to target small scale, mid-sized and large scale installations, with a bundled solution of Infinova VMS and Dell server a
    Editor / Provider: Infinova | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 18
  • Bosch adds global channel partner Synnex
    Bosch Security Systems has selected Synnex, a distributor of IT products and services with global reach, to distribute its security and communications systems solutions. The collaborative effort between Synnex's Visiualsolv group and Bosch meets the needs of a wide range of channel partners, from p
    Editor / Provider: Bosch Security Systems | Updated: 2013 / 6 / 14
  • Gainspan unveils development kit for wireless surveillance
    GainSpan Corporation, a supplier in ultra-low power Wi-Fi connectivity for the Internet of Things, introduced a complete reference design for wireless video streaming applications such as remote security/surveillance cameras, car back-up cameras and video baby monitors. The new Video Application Dev
    Editor / Provider: GainSpan | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 23
  • Australian pharmacy cures surveillance ailments with networked video
    Australia's largest pharmacy retailer, Chemist Warehouse, rolled out an IP-based video surveillance system consisting of 5,500 Axis Communications network cameras and Milestone Systems enterprise VMS at its 240 stores nationwide to monitor prescription drugs. The retailer had used the cameras and VM
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 5 / 7
  • Asia Update: Etherwan successfully moves from networking to security
    When IT companies shift to physical security, many fail to recognize the importance of product reliability and engineering efficiency in security. Security products demand unique qualities such as high customization and reliability. EtherWAN, a company providing Ethernet products, found security to
    Editor / Provider: The a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 23
  • Asia Update: VIVOTEK grows hand in hand with IP video
    VIVOTEK is a security veteran who has continuously developed and matured with the IP surveillance sector over the past 10 years — the most pivotal and important time for the security industry. VIVOTEK owes much of its success to profound industry insight, and its deep commitment to developing core t
    Editor / Provider: The a&s Editorial Team | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 17
  • Axis and US tech institute to deliver software training program
    Axis Communications announced a collaborative educational initiative with Boston-based Wentworth Institute of Technology that provides students with a yearly hands-on training program to accelerate IP video surveillance learning and software application development in the physical security industry.
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 11
  • Tomorrow's distribution model
    The traditional distribution model for physical security products right across the globe was often referred to as “box shifting;” it offered products off the shelf but with few value-added services, according to a recent Memoori Business Intelligence report. This is now rapidly morphing into a sophi
    Editor / Provider: Memoori Business Intelligence | Updated: 2013 / 4 / 7

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