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Siqura IP network cameras launched at ISC West

Optelecom-NKF : 04 April, 2008  (New Product)
Range of IP surveillance cameras includes fixed and PTZ dome cameras equipped with power over Ethernet.
Siqura IP network cameras launched at ISC West
Optelecom-NKF has announced the launch of its new comprehensive line of video cameras at the 2008 ISC West Show in Las Vegas.

The introduction of these cameras strengthens Optelecom-NKF's position as a leading force in the global IP Surveillance market, enhancing the Company's reputation as an innovator of Networked Video solutions and game-changing video codecs and Network Video recorders.

The new Siqura Camera Line spans 20 new offerings, available in both IP and analogue versions including box cameras, fixed dome cameras, and PTZ dome cameras for both indoor and outdoor applications. The cameras feature an extensive menu of operational functions including backlight compensation, day/night operation, wide dynamic range for difficult light situations, image stabilisation, MegaPixel versions, dual streaming, and PoE (Power-over-Ethernet.)

"The successful introduction of our first IP-camera in 2007, the OpteliDome, confirmed our belief that today's customers want to work with companies that can deliver complete IP-surveillance solutions, from camera to control room," said Edmund Ludwig, Optelecom-NKF's president and CEO. "That's why we're bringing the Siqura Camera Line to market; to give customers the best possible solutions for every type of application."

"While we're at a key inflection point in the video surveillance market, which is moving from an analogue-based industry to a digital one, we recognize that clients will continue to use analogue video cameras" added Wilco Schouten, Product Line Manager for Cameras. "We plan to meet their needs with total network-based solutions, as well as with enhanced hybrid solutions, where, for instance we can also deploy our video codecs and fibre transmission systems. We expect solid sales of our new cameras to existing customers, but the performance and capabilities of our new camera line will definitely be eye-openers for many new prospects."
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