SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. -- Megapixel security camera provider IQinVision has joined the PSA Security Network Vendor Partner Program. Members of the systems integrator co-op now have access to IQinVision's full line of products and software.
"For a number of years now, we have been educating and advocating to our members that IP technology is here to stay and will be a major part of our members' success going forward," says PSA President and CEO Bill Bozeman. "IQinVision has been in the megapixel business longer than anyone. The company's megapixel and HD IP cameras are top-of-the-line as are their other accessories and camera applications."
PSA Security Network is the world's largest electronic security cooperative representing systems integrators. Member-owners and customers specialize in the design, installation, integration, and maintenance of access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection and fire/life-safety systems.
"There are strong synergies between our two organizations," says Lisa Bradshaw, director of North American distribution, IQinVision. "Both organizations have demonstrated a commitment to provide their members and partners with quality IT/IP education to meet the changing market landscape. This partnership expands our channel and simplifies access to the complete IQinVision product portfolio for PSA's members."
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