Installing security contractors need to consider several factors when deciding whether to use existing wiring, or to install new Cat-5 or -6 cabling infrastructure to upgrade analog video solutions to IP and outdated access control systems.
Bob Stockwell · October 14, 2014
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
Welcome to the inaugural installment of “Monitoring Matters,” a column dedicated to the business of and issues related to central stations. Let’s kick things off by taking an up close look at ...
By Peter Giacalone · February 28, 2009
Torrence Sound Equipment Co. in Ohio provided its long-time Toledo health-care client with a 160-camera digital video solution worthy of its new state-of-the-art campus tower. The company proved its mettle by integrating years-old existing infrastructure and working within tight budget constraints.
By Rodney Bosch · February 28, 2009
September 30, 2008
Frank DeFina reveals how Panasonic is keeping pace with physical-IT security convergence and continuing to support its dealers as the market evolves. He also discusses some of the company’s exciting new offerings.
August 31, 2006
Seemingly each year, security industry prognosticators proclaim the year ahead will be the year of the IP camera. Could 2006 be the year they finally get it right?
December 31, 2005