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Mike Capulli offers a primer on the shift from analogue to IP video, and explains how computer-based networks provide a backbone to any system. July 07, 2009

Pelco's new DX8100 Version 2.0 is giving customers the opportunity to migrate to IP without IP licensing fees. This "easy and affordable" fashion was created to maximize the return on investment, according to Pelco. July 05, 2009

Residences and businesses in Wichita, Kan., with security alarms could soon pay monthly fees and face ... July 01, 2009

Vermont has updated its statewide adoption of NFPA 1, Uniform Fire Code, and NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, to the 2006 edition of ... July 01, 2009

SSI Staff · June 30, 2009

SSI Staff · June 30, 2009

Today's technicians are faced with many choices when it comes to routing and securing system cabling. Should the cable go in a raceway or conduit, be surface mounted, and if so, how should that cable be properly secured? Knowing the best technique and hardware for accomplishing cable management can be a time- and money-saver for any installation company. June 30, 2009

We are fortunate to work in an industry that thrives on technology. Manufacturers and network providers continue to push the technologies toward extracting additional value from each product and service. The industry has witnessed thiswith the digital keypad, digital communicator formats and currently with the variety of alternate means of alarm communications. By Peter Giacalone · June 30, 2009

The most prevalent systems trend driving integrated security and surveillance solutions is networking. As security contractors continue adapting network technologies, the industry as a whole continues to define system parameters and standards - and the devices required to meet both. June 30, 2009

It's been pretty firmly established: The Digital Revolution is inevitable. The Convergence Wave is coming crashing down whether we like it or not. That being said, there is still much debate on the merits and benefits of old-school analog systems. June 30, 2009




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