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IDIS DirectIP™ to benefit the Middle East security buying chain2014-02-07ヒット数 : 1516

In January, IDIS launched DirectIP™ in the Middle East at Intersec; Security News Desk took a stand tour and asked how DirectIP™ can benefit the security buying chain through its inherent simplicity and high performance.  

 

 

 

DirectIP™ : Next generation HD surveillance that simply works 2013-09-04ヒット数 : 2170



DirectIP™ is a networked HD video surveillance solutions with NVRs similar to traditional DVRs

 

 

A year after founding in 1997, global company IDIS introduced its first DVR product to the security market, which began the IDIS commitment to growth through innovation.
Now IDIS is launching DirectIP™, a next generation HD security solution which goes beyond existing solutions

DirectIP™ is a networked HD video surveillance solutions with NVRs similar to traditional DVRs

1. Easy to install and use
DirectIP™ solutions feature a 'plug and play' operation with less cabling. Once installed operation is intuitive and user friendly.

2. High performance
DirectIP™ solutions enable real-time live monitoring and simultaneous recording in full HD resolution.

3. Compatibility and integration
DirectIP™ solutions are compatible with legacy security systems, external devices and third party protocols.
As a complete solution hardware and software is exactly matched to avoid complexity.

4. Network operability
DirectIP™ solutions enable complete packages to work efficiently on dedicated or shared networks with rich connectivity.

5. Cost effective
DirectIP solutions are highly cost effective, and available without license or annual upgrade fees. In addition they feature simple and low cost installation and maintenance with little to no training.

3. Market Sectors
DirectIP™ provides complete network security solutions that can be developed to meet the needs of user applications from single location to multi-sites, from simple monitoring requirements to more complex interactive communication systems and from small to medium sized businesses through to multi-national organisations