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Mayflex Celebrates its 100th Anniversary

Mayflex 100 yearJanuary 2017, Mayflex the distributor of Converged IP Solutions, is celebrating a significant milestone this year, its 100th anniversary! The company was founded on 17th March 1917 as Mayall & Co as a distributor of Swan Kettles by John William Mayall and stayed in the family for three generations.

The Mayflex brand name was introduced in 1985 and became the name of the company shortly afterwards. Around this time the company entered the communication cables market launching a range of coax, voice and RS232 cables. This new venture rapidly gathered Continue reading...

Mayflex Launches a New Website

mayflexSeptember 2016, Mayflex the distributor of Converged IP Solutions has launched a new mobile friendly website – www.mayflex.com.

The new site is much cleaner and simpler to use and really helps to take a visitor on a quick and easy journey to find the information they need, whether they are in an office on a PC or out on the road using a mobile device. As before the site includes the XTRA partner area where customers can see their prices, view stock availability and place orders up until 8p.m. for next day free deliveries to the UK mainland.
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Magic Motion Detectors from Siemens

Siemens Magic Motion SensorsSecurity Products from Siemens has introduced its field-proven Magic motion detector series to the UK market.  The Magic PIR and Dual motion detectors are an exciting new advance in security that provide the most reliable, convenient and cost effective solution for industry leading catch performance and false alarm immunity.

The detectors feature a modern, slim design and share the same low-profile housing so intruders cannot tell which type of detector they are faced with.  This has Continue reading...

‘INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC SECURITY A Layered Approach’ by Martin Grigg

IES by M Grigg Front Cover- press imageMartin Grigg, a security consultant with international standing, has written a physical security textbook embracing the IP revolution. The book covers sectors including CCTV, access control, perimeter intrusion, biometrics and video analytics.
Grigg believes that a new breed of engineer is needed to design, install and maintain modern, integrated security systems. The book is also aimed at students and at end-users who are looking to maximise the return on their security schemes.
The author describes the components of an integrated system in language that is suitable for both professionals and novices alike. The text guides the reader through the available technologies used to detect, verify and manage security events. ‘Integrated Electronic Security’ will Continue reading...




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