Dedicated Micros promoted its new enterprise video arm, AD Network Video, at ISC West
March, 27, 2010 -- CCTV specialist AD Group - the parent company of Dedicated Micros, Inc. - promoted its new enterprise video arm, AD Network Video, at ISC West 2010. AD Network Video bridges a gap in the market by offering the benefits of the Group's unique video technology core, NetVu Connected, which is at the heart of all IP video and integrated security products from AD Group companies – including the market leading DVR brand, Dedicated Micros. This enables AD Network Video to deliver a seamlessly interoperable, enterprise level, security and safety solution to consultants, integrators and end users working across a number of key sectors, including fire, fixed infrastructure and transport applications.
The growing team at AD Network Video - which has recently been strengthened with a number of sales and technical appointments - is able to provide seamless advice; support and system design where there is an enterprise scale requirement for NetVu Connected solutions such as Dedicated Micros DV-IP server products, FireVu video smoke detection and TransVu mobile recorders. In practice this allows customers to unlock the key integration benefits of products which carry the same video technology at their core; from the specification and purchasing stage right through to deployment by an integrator partner.
Said John Bonsee, Senior Vice President, Business Development at AD Network
Video: "The scope of the surveillance capabilities that we can now bring together in an intelligent, seamless, way is truly impressive and we used ISC West to demonstrate, at first hand, some of these mobile and static CCTV
solutions. Should, for instance, prospective customers, wish to integrate
Emergency Messaging, Video Smoke Detection, HD CCTV and mobile digital CCTV for a specific project, there is now one consistent point of contact to discuss, identify and fulfill their requirements. Equally, the new high end surveillance systems marketed by Dedicated Micros remain central to the AD Network Video offering, supported by a full system design and integrator support initiative."
To help to further communicate the AD Network Video message a program of high level seminars has been scheduled, throughout 2010, at a state-of-the-art training and demonstration facility in Chantilly, VA. Home to AD Network Video's sister company Dedicated Micros, Inc. this facility is now to become the center of excellence for AD Network Video and Dedicated Micros in the Americas.
For more information on AD Network Video please log on to www.ad-networkvideo.com.