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September 12, 2008 - Volume 4 Issue 19
Veridin Systems hires Brampton Civic security manager
A well-known face in health care security has left his position with a Toronto-area hospital to join integrator Veridin Systems as its vice-president of operations.
B.C. College signs seven-year deal with Salto Systems
Okanagan College in British Columbia’s southern interior, has signed a seven-year agreement with Salto Systems to provide a contactless electronic access control system networked across the campus.
Network video offerings using the H.264 standard (sometimes also referred to as MPEG-4 Part 10) provide several major advantages over those employing the older MPEG-4 Part 2 standard. This new standard eliminates two obstacles facing companies looking to go all IP: bandwidth and storage considerations.
Dispelling myths of the false dispatch
Ever since the first electronic alarm system was invented by Augustus Pope in Boston in 1850, there have been false alarm signals. Undoubtedly the first cursing concerning the alarm system came shortly thereafter.
Pelco opens two new warehouses
Pelco has opened two new warehouse facilities, one in Shanghai, China, and the other in Louisville, Kentucky. The company says these facilities enable it to better service its customers with shorter ship and lead times as well as more cost-efficient shipping for the majority of customers.
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