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Editor's Blog and Industry Comments

IP, Analogue and Other Surveillance Matters At IFSEC

28 February, 2011
A lot of end users remain confused by the rapid technological change in surveillance networking. Is it better to change to IP? What are the technology implications? Who do I ask for help?

Video network infrastructure expert Mayflex is attending IFSEC 2011 this year in Birmingham in the UK with a mission to educate any attendee who wants to know about IP network technology and how it can be implemented in the physical security industry. Read more about Mayflex' Trusted IP Advisor mission




Meanwhile, IP surveillance vendor Hikvision has just installed H.264 compression cards in a large analogue surveillance network installation for real-time compressed video transmission. So how did they do that then? Find out more about Hikvision's H.264 installation

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