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22/04/2012

Geutebruck releases latest 16 bay dual processor storage system

Windhagen, Germany

The Gevistore-IP/16bay-2P is Geutebruck's new dual-processor storage server system. It is a complete solution for stand alone or networked IP video applications requiring high performance and survivability.
It boasts two Xeon processors, a redundant power supply and integral hot-swap level 6 RAID for up to 16 HDDs and video databases of up to 32 Tb.

The Gevistore-IP/16Bay-2P records 800 images per second and streams 800 images per second simultaneously. It has virtual matrix functionality for IP cameras using all common compression processes and formats, both standard CCD and megapixel.

This new product supports state-of-the-art video content analysis and processes up to 1600 pictures per second for display on a separate display computer in full D1 resolution. — Performance which is achieved by running Geutebruck’s Geviscope video management system on the latest server hardware components under the 64Bit operating system Windows Server 2008 R2.

This is a complete solution designed to meet high end video security requirements in stand-alone and networked applications in environments such as airports, prisons, power plants, pharmaceutical companies and casinos.

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Rectron becomes a Vivotek strategic partner in South Africa

Vivotek partners with Rectron in RSA

Vivotek has partnered with Rectron South Africa a leading distributor of ICT and Consumer Electronics.  Rectron South Africa joins Vivotek’s current partner channel Miro distribution, which has a proven track record of supplying scalable wireless, networking, VoIP and IP video products to service the market. These successful partnerships, according to Vivotek, have strengthened and broadened the availability of Vivotek’s IP surveillance solutions throughout the South African market.

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 "I have a detailed and targeted plan to immediately put a stop to inversions and invest in the U.S., block deals like Johnson Controls and Tyco, and place an 'exit tax' on corporations that leave the country to lower their tax bill," says Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton shuns Johnson Controls merger with Tyco

Last week SecurityWorldHotel.com reported that Johnson Controls had agreed a merger with Tyco that reportedly would result in $500 million in operational synergies over the first three years after closing and in addition it would be expected to create at least $150 million in annual tax synergies.  In a statement recently Hillary Clinton has shunned this type of merger by calling it "outrageous" and went on to say, according to Reuters, that  as president she would block such moves using an "exit tax."

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Automated fingerprint ID market to grow to $8.49B by 2020

The latest market research released by Marketsandmarkets on Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems shows that the market is expected to be worth USD 8.49 Billion by 2020 at an estimated CAGR of 21.0% between 2015 and 2020. The transformation and technology evolution from the manual process to digital process and the growing investments in the government and enterprise sectors to support e-governance applications should help drive the AFIS market during the forecast period.

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Memphis Police improve prosecution rate with Hikvision

Hikvision has teamed up with the Memphis Police Department (MPD) to protect resdients - using a variety of security solutions to prevent and reduce crime, since 2007 MPD has deployed hundreds of analogue and IP cameras and dozens of recorders from Hikvision to keep the city safe. With incidents now being captured on high-quality video, MPD has noted an increase in criminal cases being taken to court. The city has also built a Real Time Crime Center where they can view live video feeds and provide critical information to officers before they arrive at a crime scene.

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