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These flexible systems fit a range of facility configurations—from retail stores and banks to schools, office buildings and more. Each B Series control panel works around the clock checking for open windows and doors, activating lights and performing other services to keep your facility secure. It provides safeguards against burglars, vandalism, and more. http://us.boschsecurity.com/us_product/05_news_and_extras_2/01_productnews_2/04_productnews_intrusion_1/b_series_control_panels/b_series

The NetWave Solar off the grid power systems are designed for applications where a remote camera or wireless repeater is needed but power is not available or the cost to run power is too expensive. NetWave Solar is a complete system for providing remote power to edge communications equipment. The kit includes a high quality photovoltaic solar panel, outdoor enclosure, power controller with integrated power injection module, all the mounting hardware and is available with or without sealed lead acid batteries. The steel outdoor enclosure has a gasketed hinged lid with two tamper proof… continue »

April 15, 2014 - Zenitel AS, a global leader and supplier of the STENTOFON® and VINGTOR® brands of security and safety communication systems, is pleased to announce their partnership with SKIDATA, an international leader in the field of access solutions and visitor management. STENTOFON audio communication solutions will integrate with SKIDATA parking devices for bi-directional communication between operators and customers. "Over the last two years STENTOFON and SKIDATA have been working together on this pioneering parking solution. It is with great pride that we can finally… continue »

HD Security Breakthrough A new generation of video surveillance technology and solutions from Bosch guarantees better operational awareness through access to high-quality HD video images http://us.boschsecurity.com/us_product/05_news_and_extras_2/01_productnews_2/01_productnews_technologie_1/technologies

 The majority of the data centers have been on 10 gigabit cabling infrastructure, but today's world of digitization is growing leaps and bounds both in terms of its utility and technological advancements. Today's data centers cannot rely on 10 gigabit, it has to leap to 40 gigabit and in future it should support 100 gigabit
 

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