Monthly Archive for January, 2011

QNAP Now ONVIF Compliant

A Wide Range of ONVIF-conformant Cameras Are Now Supported by

QNAP VioStor NVR 3.3.1

QNAP Security, the premium Linux-based and PC-less NVR solution provider, has recently announced its NVR compatibility enhancement which enables users to select among a wide range of IP cameras and video servers – more than 1,000 models including most professional brands. Furthermore, the Viostor NVR firmware 3.3.1. allows full usage of ONVIF standardisation (Open Network Video Interface Forum) products. Continue reading...

Mayflex strengthens its Physical Security division again

Mayflex Recruits New Director of Sales – Security

IP specialist distributor Mayflex has announced a further strengthening and restructuring of its Physical Security division’s sales team with the appointment of Gary Harmer into the role of Director of Sales.

Gary joins Mayflex from Norbain, where over a 20 year period he led strategic and major account development teams and was involved in many major account and project wins.  Gary joins the business on January 4th 2011, managing the current Mayflex security sales team recently boosted by the recruitment of Neil Jeffrey and Steve Green. He will be responsible for developing the strategic direction of the division, and maximising the sales growth opportunities offered by the increasing adoption of IP based network video and physical security systems. Continue reading...

NETWORK RAIL SIGNS UP WITH SMARTWATER using Mobile Application System written by Kodit Ltd.

Crime prevention and risk management specialists, SmartWater Technology Ltd, have signed a lucrative, multi-million pound deal with Network Rail to protect the infrastructure of its London to North West (LNW) mainline.
Network Rail will deploy the full range of SmartWater’s Royal-awarding winning risk and crime suppression strategy to protect trackside cable and other materials from theft and vandalism. The theft of metal has cost Network Rail over £35million in repair bills and fines since the 2006/07 financial year and has been responsible for 1,165,000 minutes of commuter delays. Continue reading...




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