- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
AMG, the British manufacturer of CCTV transmission products and 5 Megapixel cameras, are showcasing their Ethernet range at the Security TWENTY 14 conference, at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham on Wednesday, February 5.
Products on show will include a series of ruggedised PoE Ethernet Switches, for backbone transmission, plus the ‘Wonderbox’ range of hybrid multi-service Ethernet switches that bridge the gap between IP and analogue. The company will also be highlighting its installation work, which the firm says enables it to offer turnkey solutions for analogue and IP based systems covering power, data infrastructure cabling and fibre.
Sara Bullock, pictured, Sales and Marketing Director of AMG Group, says: “AMG’s success over the last twenty years has been underpinned by our ability to develop products in close response to both customer and market needs. The Wonderbox range is a shining example of our dedicated R&D investment – a quality, hybrid product that bridges the gap between analogue and IP transmission technologies. Enabling easy integration of low-speed serial data channels and alarm contacts, alongside analogue and IP video, we are able to dramatically reduce hardware and infrastructure requirements as well as maintenance and support costs.”
The firm adds that its customers can commission installation service packages, specifically designed to work with both analogue and IP video. In addition, with fibre, AMG can now offer power and data cabling installations.
About Security TWENTY 14
Installers, end users, consultants, people who work with private security in the police or the armed forces, and buyers of security services will qualify as a VIP and be able to attend the Security TWENTY 14 Conference for free – if they register in advance. Manufacturers are able to attend on a manufacturer delegate or exhibitor package.
Security Twenty 14 is organised by Professional Security Magazine and sponsored by Videcon.