Winncom Technologies Expands Security, Surveillance Portfolio

Winncom Technologies, a value-added distributor of global wireless solutions, recently announced the introduction of its newly expanded security and surveillance portfolio.

Winncom Technologies showcased its latest, IP technologies and other security solutions at the upcoming ISC Solutions 2010.

With a wide variety of advanced tools on the market, the public now has the opportunity to manage and protect our environments with much more agile, reliable, and “smart” IP equipment over a wireless network.

Winncom Technologies, a customer-oriented business, understands the importance of addressing client needs first.   As the demand for advanced security networks grows exponentially, Winncom has partnered with manufacturers such as ACTi, Exacq, I2C, and Samsung Techwin to design the cost-effective, reliable and flexible security solutions.

Winncom’s newly-expanded security and surveillance portfolio covers a wide range of business security needs, from basic, low-cost monitoring systems, to high-performance, highly complex IP networks.

“We feel there is room to grow in the security and surveillance sector as local integrators and service providers need rapidly deployable and cost-effective solutions,” said Bernie Vaysenberg, director of sales forWinncom.  “We are very pleased to be able to offer our clients the very best products that the physical security industry has to offer, along with the expertise and value-added services necessary to tailor each and every solution to the customer’s needs.”

Winncom is focused on delivering an integrated suite of high-performance security and surveillance products including both wired and wireless systems which overcome geographical obstacles and other limitations of the past.  Winncom’s complete multi-camera solutions offer system integrators the ability to deliver long range, low latency, and low costs -- an ideal solution for both on-site and remote monitoring locations.


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