Today, organizations of all sizes are upgrading their outdated legacy analog video surveillance solutions, in favor of IP-based video surveillance, to prevent unlawful intrusion, protect physical assets from theft and vandalism and ensure public safety.
When compared to analog surveillance, IP-based video surveillance offers a number of distinct advantages such as superior image quality, scalability and flexibility and remote access to surveillance footage. Ingram Micro has teamed up with leading vendors of IP-based video surveillance solutions, including Axis Communications and exacq to assist you in becoming trusted advisors to your end-customers by helping you select the right IP-based video surveillance solutions to meet your customers’ unique needs.
Recently, two Ingram Micro reseller partners, San Jose, Calif.-based Netronix Integration, and Bellmore, N.Y.-based Urban Digital Solutions (UDS) completed outdoor IP-based video surveillance installations, with the help of Ingram Micro and its vendor partners.
For the College of San Mateo, which is based in the heart of the Silicon Valley, state-of-the-art digital cameras installed by Netronix are now providing comprehensive wet-environment surveillance for the campus aquatics center. At the New York Aquarium, which was devastated in 2012 by Hurricane Sandy, UDS installed a modern and scalable digital surveillance system that can be easily expanded as areas of the facility are rebuilt.
“We’re delighted to have teamed up with Netronix and UDS in deploying the IP-based video surveillance systems for College of San Mateo and New York Aquarium,” says Tom Burns, director, Ingram Micro Physical Security business unit. “The training and resources provided to our partners make it possible for them to address a range of vertical market-specific requirements, such as those presented by these two end-customers.”
Download the case studies: New York Aquarium (357K, PDF) and College of San Mateo (358K, PDF). For more information on physical security solutions from Ingram Micro, visit www.ingrammicro.com/securityinfo.