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Video and analytics moving further toward the perimeter

Intelligent devices and video surveillance are becoming important components of perimeter security, and could drive growth in that segment
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12/18/2013

ENGLEWOOD, Colo.—The growing trend of deploying video surveillance and analytics devices for perimeter security is showing no signs of abating.

Global production of security products worth $23.4 billion

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11/12/2013

LONDON—Production of security products, at factory gate prices, was worth $23.4 billion this year, according to a new report from Memoori.

Chamber installs security cameras to educate public

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11/06/2013

LOS GATOS, Calif.—Four surveillance cameras are now in place at the Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce.

Diebold secures Central American gold mine

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11/04/2013

NORTH CANTON, Ohio—Diebold, Inc. has installed video surveillance, access control, intrusion detection and perimeter monitoring at one of the world’s largest gold mines, the company announced Oct. 31.

Pivot3 gets $14m infusion

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10/30/2013

AUSTIN, Texas—Pivot3’s new $14 million credit facility will propel the storage provider’s move into bigger deals that involve “thousands and thousands of cameras,” Olivier Thierry, Pivot3 CMO, told Security Systems News.

IQinVision, exacqVision secure Community Health Network

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10/30/2013

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif.—The Indianapolis-based Community Health Network recently installed an exacqVision-IQinVision video surveillance solution, IQinVision announced Oct. 29.

Integrators get a sales edge with edge storage

More manufacturers offering video recording on the camera itself
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09/27/2013

Steve Gorski has experienced some déjà vu at recent trade shows. As GM Americas for Mobotix, a network camera company that takes a decentralized approach to storage, Gorski has been evangelizing the benefits of storage onboard the camera for a while.

Skyhawk Security completes acquisition

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

In another illustration of the industry’s evolution, Baton Rouge La.-based Skyhawk Security, which offers remote video monitoring, IP camera systems and access control systems for commercial customers (most in Louisiana, but some as distant as California), acquired local IT firm Big Networks.

TrendNet: A Cautionary Tale?

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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Hundreds of TrendNet customers found out the hard way that products they purchased, billed as home security cameras, weren’t all that secure.

Physical security market to reach $85 billion by 2018

New applications for video surveillance, biometrics and access control expected to drive growth in North America
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09/10/2013

PUNE, India—Demand among government agencies, large enterprises and tech establishments is expected to push the global physical security market, currently worth about $55 billion, to a value of $85 billion by 2018, according to a new report by the research company MarketsandMarkets.

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