Pelco appoints Sentronics, launches Endura Gateway

November 2008 News

Pelco has appointed Sentronics as an official distributor of its product in South Africa.

Pelco country manager Wolfgang Engling says, “The local market needs a value added approach to distribution of the Pelco range of products and Sentronics is the perfect fit.”

Managing director of Sentronics, Bernard Senekal, says, “We are excited about adding the Pelco range to our portfolio as it adds to our ongoing mission to supply the local market with best of breed technologies and products.”

At the same time, Pelco has announced the availability of the Endura Gateway and the Endura Transcoder.

The Endura Gateway provides an interface enabling Web-client connectivity to an Endura IP video system. The company says that users can now view, playback and manage their Endura IP video system through a Web client and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Each Endura Gateway can manage up to 30 simultaneous video streams over local and wide area network connections.

Working in conjunction with the Endura Gateway, the Endura Transcoder converts MPEG-4 video from an Endura system into MPEG-4 or JPEG formats that are suitable for limited-bandwidth, non-Endura networks. The Gateway detects available connection bandwidth and, as necessary, invokes the Transcoder to 're-size' the video stream appropriate for the available bandwidth of each connection. The Endura Gateway offers support for 23 languages.

For more information contact Wolfgant Engling, Pelco, +27 (0)12 809 3493, [email protected]



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