WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009 at 1 pm. ET
LOCATION: Online, with free registration
SPEAKER: George C. Paul, Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
The shift to an Internet protocol (IP)-based physical security system is no longer in the gradual stages -- it is happening now and it is happening fast. Traditional security vendors and systems integrators are facing intense competition from information technology players. From access control systems to video surveillance systems to integrated security systems, these companies are positioning themselves to take advantage of new and promising market dynamics.
Highlights of the briefing include an analysis of major changes impacting storage systems, channel trends, physical security storage system market sizing, integration of compatible security technologies, and different types of storage technologies.
This briefing will benefit components manufacturers, distributors, system integrators and end users, by discussing emerging trends and providing forward projections for the North American physical security storage market.
"While some of the component manufacturers have successfully addressed technology needs for an IP-based solution, the traditional security channel is still lacking the required IP expertise to service this emerging market. The result has been a growing interest towards the IT channel, since experience in installing computer networks is what is needed for the physical security market right now," notes Paul.
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