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Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, N.Y., releases two H.264 network encoders, a 4-channel and 16-channel model, that convert analog camera inputs (both NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR) into streamed IP video data.


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Fairport, N.Y.-based Bosch Security Systems announces the latest addition to its IP camera 200 Series, the NBC-225-P. The IP camera has an integrated 4.9mm fixed lens and is ready to use straight from the box, according to the company. SSI Staff · February 15, 2010

Carson, Calif.-based Samsung Techwin America-CCTV Division announces the SVR-470, a 4-channel DVR with a self-contained 3.5-inch LCD monitor. The DVR is equipped with a built-in screen designed to reduce cost and space of extra monitoring equipment. SSI Staff · January 21, 2010

Axis Communications has shaken up the video surveillance industry by becoming the first provider of relatively inexpensive, fully networked thermal imaging cameras. Scott Goldfine · January 18, 2010

Clovis, Calif.-based Pelco announces the release of its Sarix IM Series indoor mini dome. The IM series provides a cost-effective solution to IP cameras as well as a megapixel solution with its Sarix imaging technology, according to the company. SSI Staff · January 07, 2010

Speco Technologies of Amityville, N.Y., introduces a mobile four-channel, H.264, Pentaplex DVR designed for installation in buses, emergency vehicles, police cars and trains. SSI Staff · January 07, 2010

Which security technologies will make the greatest impact in 2010? Which ones will be on their way out? How can integrators profit? Six of the industry’s foremost technologists from every facet of the supply channel reveal the answers. November 30, 2009

Video analytics provider MATE Intelligent Video and Pelco by Schneider Electric have successfully integrated Pelco's Sarix network camera and MATE's Behavior Watch and Count Watch v4.2.2 products. October 14, 2009

Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, N.Y., made additions to its family of multiport encoders, along with the release of its patent-protected Nextiva enterprise video management software. The integrated solutions are designed to deliver a flexible and scalable IP video management platform. SSI Staff · October 11, 2009

Arecont Vision of Glendale, Calif., and Instek Digital have extended their partnership to offer a seamless and fully integrated NVR solution with a full line of H.264 megapixel IP cameras. SSI Staff · October 05, 2009

Arecont Vision's 10-megapixel surveillance camera incorporates H.264 compression at full resolution. The new AV10005 megapixel camera offers 3,648 x 2,752-pixel resolution at up to 5 frames per second, and dual H.264 and MJPEG encoding. SSI Staff · September 22, 2009




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