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Brian Song, director of European operations for IDIS, says his company will unveil industry-changing all-in-one DirectIP solution this May at the 2013 IFSEC International Security show at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham.
DIS has grown since 1997 to turn over $140M annually. More than 1.7 million IDIS security products are installed globally, increasing by roughly 33,000 units each month. These products and solutions—from cameras and Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) to Management Software—are the foundations of IDIS’s reputation as a security and surveillance leader.
DirectIP will be the most holistic surveillance solution offered to the marketplace to date. It is an optimised HD surveillance solution (closed IP Framework) that consists of IP cameras, NVRs, network equipment and client software executed as a single source solution. The solution suite provides the industry’s first true one-stop-shop HD surveillance solution from a single source provider, while the Direct IP™ framework and VMS allow simple, low cost installation and ease of use previously only associated with analogue systems.
Song says: “As the proliferation of IP and HD systems has grown, customers, installers and end-users frequently report frustration with the many challenges presented by an overly fragmented and unnecessarily complex surveillance marketplace. The more one explores the specifics of the DirectIP solution, the clearer the unique benefits of the solution for customers become, including:
• Simplicity – truly plug and play, offering easy installation and an intuitive user interface, reducing and in many cases eliminating the need for costly installation and integration support,
• High Performance – offers real-time live monitoring and recording with HD resolution and Pentaplex operation to customers,
• Compatibility – interoperable with ONVIF and supports the most popular third party IP camera protocols,
• Cost effectiveness – offers NVR quality without additional cost, while it lowers installation fees, brings down training costs and requires less maintenance.”
Song adds: “Whereas this technology and functionality in the past may have only have been accessible to larger organisations with significant budgets, the IDIS solution is readily available and suitable for the majority of applications, large or small.
For more information on IDIS or the forthcoming DirectIP solution, contact IDIS’s marketing communications representative, Benjamin Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.