2 COMPANIES UNITE TO PROVIDE BROADBAND HOME SECURITY SYSTEMS
@Security Broadband Corp. has expanded its partnership with March Networks to provide video- and audio-enabled alarm management hardware and services for broadband home security systems. The partnership was first established during @Security’s initial technology trial.
“The dependability of our technology and our network will be central to our success, and we needed to select a technology partner that can stand by its promises and help us successfully deliver this innovative product,” says @Security President and CEO William Glasgow.
March Networks will leverage its experience in the corporate security market to enable the remote video capabilities of @Security’s service. “The new broadband security services offered through @Security are about to advance the home security market into a new era,” says March Networks CEO Terry Matthews. “The global deployment of broadband networks through cable companies and others has opened the door for service providers to offer a host of new high-value interactive IP multimedia services.”
@Security Broadband Corp. develops security and communications systems. March Networks develops, designs, manufactures and distributes interactive, broadband IP applications and delivery platforms.
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