TeleEye and Duxbury held a roadshow recently to highlight the company’s offerings and push the convergence mantle. Joining them was wireless networking specialist Alvarion.
In his presentation, TeleEye’s Philip Smerkovitz highlighted the company’s remote CCTV and DVR products that allow the possibility to visually monitor remote locations anywhere, any time, through phone lines, Internet or mobile networks. With its vision to become a pioneer and an advanced technological supplier in the global market of remote CCTV and management applications the fit with Duxbury Networking’s wireless division was natural.
TeleEye identified the need for security companies to embrace wireless networking as part of their solution offerings. Duxbury is skilled in providing solutions for clients of all sizes from residential to campus and municipal markets and focuses on WAN and LAN infrastructure, from WiFi to WiMAX. Solutions offer ranges from 50 metres to 300 kilometres, and are able to meet both the needs of clients in established urban areas as well as those challenged by geographical and infrastructural anomalies.
Traditionally, security companies outsourced this portion of their solutions and with the belief that it is preferable to embrace these available technologies and allow for it to form an integral part of the security’s solution offerings.
The combination of the TeleEye solutions with high-end network equipment like Alvarion which is also distributed locally by Duxbury Networking, was found to be essential as many of the applications involved the protection of persons, high value goods and assets. Alvarion is the largest WiMAX pure-player with the most extensive WiMAX customer base of over 250 commercial deployments around the globe and over 3 million broadband wireless links deployed.
Alvarion and Duxbury Networking have a long history of supplying premium products, training and support to the networking industry. This partnership allows TeleEye to provide a complete solution to end users, protecting them from utilising inferior data transmission equipment that would affect the perception of the TeleEye solution.
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