VideoIQ Doubles Customer Base and Units Shipped in 2010

VideoIQ announced record results for 2010, more than doubling its customer base and unit shipments in 2009.

The company said this growth was fueled by the strong adoption of new products launched in 2010, including the iCVR-HD High Definition line of dome cameras with full onboard NVR storage, the iCVR standard definition line of indoor and outdoor dome cameras with full onboard NVR storage, and the iCST line of streaming cameras and encoders.

Last year the company's customer list continued to grow at record pace, resulting in more than 100 percent growth in total customers from the end of 2009. Growth was experienced in all major markets including education, utilities and energy, financial services, housing authorities and industrial and commercial within both North America and international markets. The company reported major competitive wins in utilities and energy, critical infrastructure, housing authorities, industrial sites and gated communities.

In addition to its product launches, VideoIQ entered into a formal partnership in 2010 with Niscayah US, which paired cameras and encoders with premier service to deliver new levels of security and more scalable system design to joint customers. The company's new products were added to the General Services Administration's Schedule 84 in 2010, enabling local, state and federal government agencies to get the latest information technology quality products and services.

The company also expanded its list of technology partnerships and added key relationships with Avigilon, Fluidmesh and Vidsys.

"VideoIQ now stands as the clear leader in decentralized storage and proactive surveillance," said Scott Schnell, president and CEO of VideoIQ. "Throughout 2010, we saw mainstream integrators and customers deploy both edge storage and analytic solutions in large and small installations because of the significant return on investment. And with the recent introduction of our line of high-definition, full 1080p solutions, we're seeing customer adoption rates further accelerate."

Featured

  • Maximizing Your Security Budget This Year

    Perimeter Security Standards for Multi-Site Businesses

    When you run or own a business that has multiple locations, it is important to set clear perimeter security standards. By doing this, it allows you to assess and mitigate any potential threats or risks at each site or location efficiently and effectively. Read Now

  • New Research Shows a Continuing Increase in Ransomware Victims

    GuidePoint Security recently announced the release of GuidePoint Research and Intelligence Team’s (GRIT) Q1 2024 Ransomware Report. In addition to revealing a nearly 20% year-over-year increase in the number of ransomware victims, the GRIT Q1 2024 Ransomware Report observes major shifts in the behavioral patterns of ransomware groups following law enforcement activity – including the continued targeting of previously “off-limits” organizations and industries, such as emergency hospitals. Read Now

  • OpenAI's GPT-4 Is Capable of Autonomously Exploiting Zero-Day Vulnerabilities

    According to a new study from four computer scientists at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, OpenAI’s paid chatbot, GPT-4, is capable of autonomously exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities without any human assistance. Read Now

  • Getting in Someone’s Face

    There was a time, not so long ago, when the tradeshow industry must have thought COVID-19 might wipe out face-to-face meetings. It sure seemed that way about three years ago. Read Now

    • Industry Events
    • ISC West

Featured Cybersecurity

Webinars

New Products

  • EasyGate SPT and SPD

    EasyGate SPT SPD

    Security solutions do not have to be ordinary, let alone unattractive. Having renewed their best-selling speed gates, Cominfo has once again demonstrated their Art of Security philosophy in practice — and confirmed their position as an industry-leading manufacturers of premium speed gates and turnstiles. 3

  • Camden CM-221 Series Switches

    Camden CM-221 Series Switches

    Camden Door Controls is pleased to announce that, in response to soaring customer demand, it has expanded its range of ValueWave™ no-touch switches to include a narrow (slimline) version with manual override. This override button is designed to provide additional assurance that the request to exit switch will open a door, even if the no-touch sensor fails to operate. This new slimline switch also features a heavy gauge stainless steel faceplate, a red/green illuminated light ring, and is IP65 rated, making it ideal for indoor or outdoor use as part of an automatic door or access control system. ValueWave™ no-touch switches are designed for easy installation and trouble-free service in high traffic applications. In addition to this narrow version, the CM-221 & CM-222 Series switches are available in a range of other models with single and double gang heavy-gauge stainless steel faceplates and include illuminated light rings. 3

  • Compact IP Video Intercom

    Viking’s X-205 Series of intercoms provide HD IP video and two-way voice communication - all wrapped up in an attractive compact chassis. 3