Approximately 170 attendees took part in the annual PSA Convention as the organization celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Scott Goldfine · October 16, 2014
March Networks has collaborated with Software House and Pelco by Schneider Electric to provide customers with greater flexibility and a centralized video surveillance and access control solution.
SSI Staff · April 02, 2014
Total Wine & More transitioned to the March Networks 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs and Visual Intelligence software to maintain security and loss prevention efforts across 100 outlets located in 15 states.
SSI Staff · March 27, 2014
Along with a raft of product and technology releases, manufacturers and service providers used ASIS 2013 in Chicago as a launching pad to announce to new partnerships.
September 26, 2013
The 8000 Series hybrid NVR by March Networks of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada supports as many as 32 IP cameras, or any hybrid combination up to 16 analog/16 IP cameras.
SSI Staff · April 08, 2013
Since its founding in 2000, March Networks has remained focused on delivering end-to-end IP video management solutions that help customers realize the true value of networked video.
By Rodney Bosch · March 06, 2013
March Networks of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, releases the HD MegaPX WDR MiniDome Z camera.
SSI Staff · February 14, 2013
March Networks of Ottawa, Canada, has integrated its Command video management platform with the C•CURE 9000 security and event management system by Software House, a Tyco Security Products company, of Westford, Mass.
SSI Staff · January 10, 2012
In an effort to create one of the 10 largest global players in the video surveillance market, Infinova will acquire IP video provider March Networks for $90.1 million (Canadian) or $88.2 million (U.S.), the company announced.
December 08, 2011
With 150 of its 270 branches still utilizing outdated VCR systems, officials at Associated Banc-Corp (ABC) sought to upgrade its video management platform. With roughly one million customers and $21 billion in assets, a serious renovation was in order. So, the bank called its go-to integrator, Cottage Grove, Wis.-based Integrated Security Solutions (ISS), to help protect its operations.
June 01, 2011