Monthly Archive for October, 2010

D-Link appoints COMPUTERLINKS to increase IP surveillance and storage solutions footprint

Joint ‘Fast-start Programme’ aims to get resellers up-and-running quickly and support early wins

D-Link today announced it has appointed COMPUTERLINKS as a distribution partner in the UK.  The appointment complements D-Link’s existing distribution channel and supports the company’s continued growth in both the public and private sector, particularly in the fields of IP surveillance and storage. Continue reading...

National Security Strategy Emphasises Need for Coordinated Approach to Counter-Terrorism

Britain has published its National Security Strategy (NSS) which aims to inform thinking and drive policy over coming years.

The document categorises threats faced by the nation in tiers highlighting the level of severity, outlines actions to be taken to mitigate such threats and formed the background to the Strategic Defence Review (SDR).

High in rhetoric but offering little insight in terms of how its goals will be fulfilled against a backdrop of swinging cuts in both the Defence and Home Office budgets, the document does offer an interesting glimpse at what the present government considers are the priority concerns. Continue reading...

Smart Protection from APC

Mayflex is now supplying the new Smart-UPS from APC

Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, is now supplying the new range of Smart-UPS, uninterruptible power supply products from APC.

After listening to its customers’ feedback, APC has improved its range of Smart-UPS products and has now created more environmentally friendly UPS systems that are packed full of great new features. Continue reading...

MAXXESS race ahead at Ferrari World

MAXXESS Systems have been awarded a prestigious contract to provide access control and security management software for Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi.

When it opens at the end of October 2010, Ferrari World will be the largest theme park in the Middle East. It will sit under an iconic sleek red roof, directly inspired by the classic double curve side profile of the Ferrari GT body, spanning 200,000m² and carrying the largest Ferrari logo ever created. Amongst its  many attractions will be a Ferrari museum, high-end racing simulators and the fastest roller-coaster in the world. Continue reading...

New Portable Penetrator keeps corporate wifi networks secure

A major update to the Portable Penetrator Wifi Audit device from leading IT network security company Secpoint can keep corporate networks absolutely secure from external attack…

Secpoint’s new Portable Penetrator PP3000 Wifi Audit [ http://www.secpoint.com/portable-penetrator.html ] with firmware V7.5 allows browser-based wireless vulnerability scanning of very large networks across hundreds of IP addresses simultaneously. Continue reading...

Codelocks chosen for use in military bases

Codelocks’ range of access control products is increasingly being used in military installations. Be they for short term, personal or general access control needs, Codelocks Ltd are providing solutions.

In a recent application the CL1000 cabinet lock has been installed at the United States Air Force (USAF) bases at Molesworth and Alconbury.  The cabinet locks are being used on personnel lockers in the base fire station dormitories and a further application for kitchen cabinets. Specified by Independent Furniture Contracts the 300 cabinet locks in both horizontal and vertical formats provide the on shift staff quick and easy access to personal lockers and storage areas without the hassle of keys. Continue reading...

SALTO Systems acquires Carl F Access AB

SALTO Systems in partnership with EVVA today announces that together both companies have jointly acquired the business of Carl F Access AB in Stockholm, Sweden.

Previously owned by the Sanistål Group, Carl F Access AB has been very successful in selling SALTO advanced battery powered wireless access control solutions and EVVA high security locks into the Scandanavian market and the acquisition gives both companies the opportunity to further develop this fast growing region. Continue reading...

CoCon goes live with Northamptonshire Fire & Rescue Service

Miquest has been working in conjunction with Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service (NFRS) to develop the CoCon product for inner cordon management. NFRS came to Miquest about 18 months ago with a request to assist them by developing and introducing a product for managing inner cordons. They were seeking to replace written records of entry into sectors, with a system that had less risk of error in accurate recording. Continue reading...

New Season for Mayflex

Mayflex, the cabling infrastructure, networking and physical security solutions distributor, has announced a number of new recruits as it strengthens its sales and business development teams.

Announcing the additions to the teams and the creation of new a Technical Manager role within the business, Andrew Percival, Managing Director at Mayflex, comments, “Having completed a review of our current structure and the skills present in the business, the changes we are announcing today will accelerate our growth over the coming years and add a further layer of value into the services and support we offer to customers.” Continue reading...

Excel to Blow Away the Competition

Excel has Partnered with Prysmian to offer their Sirocco® Blown Fibre Solution

Excel Networking Solutions, the copper and optical cabling infrastructure provider, has signed an agreement to offer the Sirocco® Blown Fibre Solution from market leaders Prysmian Cables & Systems, and it will now be offered alongside the Excel structured cabling system.

The Sirocco® Blown Fibre System provides a simple solution to manage evolving network demands without the need for high initial capital expenditure or extensive network planning. Sirocco® enables optical networks to adapt to changing business requirements. Sirocco® allows optical fibres to be deployed on demand from one point of a network to another (internal or external) using compressed air to blow optical fibre into pre-installed tubes. Continue reading...




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