Radwin WinLink1000 video series

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Video surveillance systems are always installed for an important purpose, whether it is monitoring banks for security, or monitoring staff within a company, these services need to always be on, and always be accessible. For this reason (when wireless IP video is concerned), more people are starting to look for a carrier-class solution, due to carrier-class systems offering the desired throughput and outstanding '5-nines' availability (networks stay operational for 99,999% of the time), which means that you have close to zero downtime, the only catch is often the cost of equipment.

Radwin has addressed this issue perfectly, as its new video series offers all of the carrier-class reliability that is required at a really great price. IP video streaming uses the majority of bandwidth in one particular direction, and very little in the other, and with the new Radwin video series, the devices are programmed to give you more bandwidth in that direction, hence the great cost saving, so you do not spend money on bandwidth that you do not need or use. Combined with IP video cameras from well known manufacturer Vivotek, which have a very low bandwidth need due to H.264 codecs, these Radwin video units offer you the most reliable way to transport your video data.

For more information contact Miro Distribution, 086 123 MIRO, riandi@miro.co.za, www.miro.co.za


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