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23/10/2012

Asoni launches economical 1080P IP camera

The new Asoni 1080p full HD IP economical camera series carries a 5-year warranty and is made up of the CAM679, CAM679F and CAM678H.
This new series incorporates a1080P CMOS sensor capable of reproducing full HD quality images. For an output of H.264/ MJPEG/ MPEG4 triple mode and streaming transmission, the CAM679 series IP camera supports 25FPS at 1920 x 1080 resolution. It also features digital I/O and 3GPP, and supports remote viewing through a 3G mobile phone. Additional features include 2-way audio and 8-step manual shutter adjustments.

To accommodate different user requirements Asoni has developed three models in this series to fit various different applications. The CAM679F-W has been designed for wireless transmission requirements. D-WDR / DNR features are embedded into the CAM679F and CAM678H to achieve high quality video under different conditions. The PoE facility allows the 3 models to save time and money for users during installation.

"We not only provide superior clear images for your eyes but also added value for your surveillance solution." said Ms. Heidi Chen, Director of Marketing and Sales Department, Asoni Communications Co., Ltd.

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Tyco sells Southern African business and Johnson Controls merger approved

Tyco has signed a definitive agreement to sell its security business in South Africa, which operates locally under the ADT brand, to Fidelity Security Group for approximately ZAR 1.9 billion (USD 140 million).  

This comes the day after Tyco shareholders approved all matters related to the proposed merger with Johnson Controls at an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders held in Dublin.  Johnson Controls shareholders also voted to approve the merger at a special general meeting in Dallas. The merger is expected to be completed on Friday, Sept. 2, 2016.

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How will Brexit affect the security industry?

As the United Kingdom starts to follow through with the necessary steps to leave the European Union (EU), there could be a number of consequences that filter through to security industry stakeholders. In theory, according to Jim Dearing of IHS Markit who has taken a look at the potential impact, in the short-term the market outlook for 2016 and 2017 should be relatively unaffected.

The U.K. has yet to activate Article 50, which instigates the formal procedure to leave the EU. Only the U.K. Prime Minister can invoke Article 50 to begin the negotiation process, which is expected to take around two years to complete.

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ISO releases sector specific cyber security standards

With cyber threats on the rise putting businesses and industries at risk, it is more important than ever that organisations protect their information and that of their customers. As a consequence of this, the ISO and IEC standard for information security, ISO/IEC 27001, has become more widely used. A new standard just published will take that a step further, helping to apply the requirements of this flagship standard to specific sectors.

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