MOBOTIX Expands Americas Distribution Agreement with Tri-Ed

MOBOTIX, a provider of high-resolution, network-based security solutions, has expanded its distribution agreement with Tri-Ed/Northern Video, North America's largest independent wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products. The strategic partnership allows Tri-Ed/Northern Video to distribute the full-line of MOBOTIX IP-based security solutions in its Canadian branch offices, while continuing to deliver MOBOTIX technologies through its U.S.-based network.

“We are pleased to add MOBOTIX and its IP-based security solutions to our product portfolio in Canada,” said Paul Swan, vice president of sales and marketing, Tri-Ed Canada.

MOBOTIX's offerings, including the Q24 Hemispheric Camera and T24 IP Door Station, incorporate a high-speed computer and internal flash memory card to enable all recording and storage to occur within the camera, reducing the need for a separate PC or DVR. Furthermore, all data is processed within the camera to lower network bandwidth and maximize features, including virtual PTZ and 360-degree hemispheric technology with panoramic view.

“Our expanding presence and success in Canada is being further reinforced with the capabilities of strong partners such as Tri-Ed,” said Steve Gorski, general manager, Americas, MOBOTIX. “Tri-Ed’s established capabilities provides us with greater coverage and access to new reseller partners to further support our market growth throughout the Americas.”

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