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VideoAppliance VA10, VA20 and VA30 by Intransa is designed to eliminate the complexity and risk of buying, installing, configuring and supporting commodity hardware. The product can be used to host a popular video management system, act as a directory server or perform similar security application needs. SSI Staff · June 08, 2009

Gang way, the Megapixel Revolution is upon us! No, it’s not the latest “Transformer” movie blockbuster but rather the coined phrase signifying the arrival of superior video surveillance technology. This, the first of a four-part series, has been designed to transform you into an expert on the topic. By Bob Wimmer · June 07, 2009

JMG Security Systems of Fountain Valley, Calif., raised $55,000 in contributions for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley at its ... June 03, 2009

Arecont Vision has launched a Channel Partner certification program to instruct and certify system integrators, distributors, architects and engineers in the development of megapixel video surveillance solutions. June 03, 2009

Samsung Techwin America has signed an agreement with White Radio for the distribution of the Samsung Techwin CCTV product line in Canada. June 03, 2009

Genetec of Saint-Laurent, Canada, releases its AutoVu 4.3, the newest version of its IP license plate recognition solution. In order to improve operational efficiency, AutoVu 4.3 offers new features and functionalities such as real-time alarming and E-mail notification, color, sound and priority assignment to hotlists, covert hit notification, wildcard hotlists, permit sharing and long term overtime. SSI Staff · June 02, 2009

Sure, you’ve heard the remote video spiel for years; but guess what? Technological advances, a host of real-world solutions, lower barriers to entry and feasible pricing models make it worth your while to listen anew. By Peter Giacalone · June 01, 2009

While bandwidth is widening, larger video systems and more advanced megapixel cameras are continuing to push the throughput limits of network piping. Fortunately, new compression methods such as H.264 are available to help keep surveillance data flowing. June 01, 2009

Raul Calderon, vice president of strategic relations for Glendale, Calif.-based Arecont Vision, a supplier of megapixel cameras that utilize H.264, discusses the technology. May 31, 2009

I have noticed through the years how many technicians have accepted the use of power supplies without really understanding the electrical concept of the alarm circuit. May 31, 2009




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