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400+ Infinova cameras safeguard world' s tallest hotel

git-security.com - August 2010

securitymiddleeast.com - July 2010

Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, the world's tallest hotel, uses a combination of Infinova pan-tilt-zoom, fixed and dome cameras in order to protect its guests, staff and property. Located on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, the 72-story Rose Rayhaan by Rotana has a height of 333 m (1,093 ft) and features 482 rooms and suites.

Infinova Cameras and Systems Watch Over World Expo 2010 Shanghai

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In one of world's largest coexistence sites, 2,700+ Infinova Cameras Plus Matrix Switchers, Fiber Optic Systems and Other Surveillance Equipment and Software Are Key to Protecting 70 Million-Plus Prospective Visitors.

December 09 introducing Infinova's Megapixel and IP Product Family

Security and SP&T News.

The last quarter had some great press coverage for Infinova with our tour to meet the press and introduce them how Infinova is enabling its integrators to help their customers make the leap from analog to digital surveillance. We also gave them a heads-up on the new Infinova family of megapixel and IP products, including the new V1770 HD Megapixel PTZ Dome camera that we will be introducing at Infinova's trade shows around the world.

We talked with the editors of Security Products, Government Video, Security Technology Executive, Canadian Security, SP&T News, Security Dealer, SDM and Security, Securityinfowatch.com, Ventas de Seguridad, Security Sales & Integration, Security Systems News/Security Director News, Network Centric Security, Stores, Frost & Sullivan and IMS Research.

A highlight of the tour was our video interview discussing "when is the right time to move to IP" with Jennifer Brown, editor, Canadian

Migrate to IP at Your Own Pace

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"Infinova's Mark Wilson...visited SD&I's HQ in Arlington Heights, Ill., as part of a media tour, making several announcements during the visit. He related plans to start a new advertising campaign under the catch phrase "Should Your Customers Make the Jump to IP?" as well as strategies to launch a new line of megapixel cameras at ISC West in March in Las Vegas."

Megapixel Market Drives IP Surveillance

ExpertEditorial.net, Steven Titch - December 2009

"The global video surveillance market grew just 3 percent in 2009. The growth rate for global IP video surveillance equipment, however, is likely to exceed 15 percent...forecasts 27 percent compound annual growth between 2009 and 2012. It sets the current U.S. IP surveillance market at $13 billion."

Infinova Showcasing Analog-Digital Co-Existent Surveillance System at ISC West

Government Video, Sanjay Talwani - January 2010

"Analog surveillance gear doesn't have to disappear when a system advances to IP. At ISC West, Infinova will show its V2216 VMS (video management system), which makes it possible for IP and analog surveillance cameras and equipment to co-exist and be managed as a single seamless solution."

Infinova unveils V6201 series fixed1.3 megapixel color cameras

Government Security News - January 2010

"The company (Infinova) characterizes the new series as offering excellent image quality at high frame rates, with a high signal-to-noise ratio that makes it easy to discern image details."

Infinova-a leader in H.264 discussions

Ventas de Seguridad - January 2010

[In English] "Mark Wilson, Infinova, stressed the importance of the number of pixels and frame rate (maximum frequency per table): "The reason people use HD cameras has to do with their property in pixels and 16:9 in the frame rate of 30ips, which is important for places like banks as in the casinos and places where it is necessary to follow the activities very closely."

Case histories, always a hit

We can't provide the industry with enough case histories. If you are involved with an installation, check and see if we can do an article on it. Simply email Wilson at markw@infinova.com.

Infinova-a leader in H.264 discussions

Ventas de Seguridad - January 2010

[In English] "Mark Wilson, Infinova, stressed the importance of the number of pixels and frame rate (maximum frequency per table): "The reason people use HD cameras has to do with their property in pixels and 16:9 in the frame rate of 30ips, which is important for places like banks as in the casinos and places where it is necessary to follow the activities very closely."

Infinova hybrid surveillance solution deployed at Nanjing Olympic Sports Center

securitypark.co.uk - December 2009

The 222-acre Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, one of China's largest, consists of several best-in-class public sports venues including a large multipurpose stadium with a capacity of 80,000, an indoor gymnasium with a capacity of 15,000, an aqua-center with four pools and a tennis center with 20 professional courts, plus a technical operations center and related facilities.

Hybrid surveillance for Nanjing Olympic sports center

securityworldhotel.com - December 2009

Infinova announces that analog video, fiber and Ethernet have been combined to create a hybrid surveillance solution for the 222-acre Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, one of China's largest.

A&E community
Infinova Creates A&E Consultants' Website to Download Specifications and Drawings

tmcnet.com - December 2009

Infinova today announced that that it has made A&E Consultants' jobs easier by providing a single location on its website that provides all the information they need to create and specify a video surveillance system.

Speakerships & Presentations
Infinova to Hold In-Booth Seminars at ISC West

tmcnet.com - January 2010

Infinova today announced that, at ISC West in Las Vegas March 24-26, 2010 at its Booth # 5123, it will hold a series of seminars showing attendees on how integrators can help their customers make the leap from analog to digital surveillance easier and less costly.

Should you jump to IP? - Presentation at Intersec Dubai 2010

Intersec Dubai 2010 Forum - January 2010

Regional Sales Manager-Europe Ciprian Suciu held a seminar that provided a guide for security managers on how to reduce costs and extend the life of existing surveillance equipment when migrating from analog to IP surveillance systems.