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Networking & IP

Submitted on October 31, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
OUR cover story for September looks at the changes sweeping the IT industry, recognising that our symbiosis with IT means security electronics and networks people and their products cannot avoid being swept along for the ride. While I was writing...
Submitted on October 31, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
Sydney’s iconic night spot, The Bourbon, has been fitted with a Milestone VMS and Sony cameras supplied by Video Security Products and installed by integrator, PRV. It's part of a major re-fit that has elevated The Bourbon from its seedy roots and...
Submitted on October 31, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
BriefCam’s Video Synopsis Forensics software tool, distributed locally by OPS, was one of the stand-out products at Security 2013.  BriefCam VS FOrensics is a solution that takes large video streams covering hours of events and compresses them into seconds. For...
Submitted on October 30, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) launched the Physical-Logical Access Interoperability Working Group at ASIS 2013 last month. Group members include Honeywell, Ingersoll Rand, Inovonics, Kastle Systems, Mercury Systems, Microsoft Global Security, Stanley Security and UTC. The new group will...
Submitted on October 30, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
CCTV manufacturer, Iqinvision announced at ASIS it’s working on the first security apps for Google Glass. Wendi Burke, the company’s director of marketing, told SIW the apps under development will focus on 2 areas; easing the video installation process for...
Submitted on October 30, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
In an increasingly competitive market electronic security distributors, wholesalers and manufacturers are having to go the extra mile for their integrator customers. But in which direction should they go? FROM the point of view of suppliers the current market poses...
Submitted on October 30, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
Tellabs, a leading vendor of optical networking solutions, and Intervid, a provider of specialist security and communications solutions to the government, commercial and mining sectors in Australia, have signed an agreement for the resale of Tellabs Optical LAN solution in...
Submitted on February 14, 2013 | Security Electronics and Networks
FOR most of history networked security solutions have been proprietary. And for all the current talk of open platform networked security solutions, not a lot has changed. This is in part because proprietary formats are written into the DNA of...
Submitted on September 9, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
The FM3100 has a tri-band radio operating in the 5GHz ISM band and modulates up to 300Mbps with up to 100Mbps real throughput capability. The MITO system uses Fluidmesh’s proprietary intelligent transmission protocol optimised and prioritised for IP video packet...
Submitted on June 27, 2012 | Security Electronics and Networks
WITH benefits such as superior image quality, enhanced video analytics and the integration of surveillance video with business intelligence software, the tipping point at which IP video overtakes analogue is rapidly approaching, and the comparison of their total cost of...
Submitted on February 21, 2011 | Security Electronics and Networks
These GE-DS-82 units boast a high-performance wire-speed and switch architecture capable of providing non-blocking switch fabric and throughput as high as 5.6Gbps. Its two built-in Gbe uplink ports also offer incredible extensibility, flexibility and connectivity to the core switch or...
Submitted on August 23, 2010 | Security Electronics and Networks
THERE are a wide range of environments where any breakdown of the surveillance system can lead to substantial financial losses or significant personal risks: prisons, central banks, and casinos, to name but a few. Here, the ideal situation is obviously...
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