VideoIQ Establishes Business Presence in India

VideoIQ has established a new regional office in India, extending the company’s international presence into a large, growing business market with an expanding need for reliable video security.

VideoIQ will sell its full line of intelligent video surveillance systems, including iCVR-HD cameras, iCVR dome cameras, iCVR encoders and the new Rialto multi-channel encoders. It will also provide technical support for the Indian market.      

“The Indian marketplace has a track record of quickly adopting advanced technology which makes VideoIQ’s proactive high-definition surveillance solution very attractive.  VideoIQ is already the recognized leader in intelligent video surveillance systems in North America, and this move will help us open up one of the fastest- growing security markets in the world,” said Holly Tsourides, chief sales and marketing officer for VideoIQ. “We now have Indian professionals in country who have extensive experience successfully introducing computer networking and security and surveillance products in the Indian market.”

VideoIQ India will be based in Hyderabad. The move is the latest in a series of initiatives VideoIQ has made in recent months to strengthen its international presence, following the hiring of Dr. Stefano Torri as European sales director and the signing of a new sales distribution partner in the Middle East.

“We are proud to launch VideoIQ in India,” said Vamsi Krishna Bondalapati, GM of VideoIQ India. “Our company’s product range offers the best solutions to meet the growing demand India is experiencing for video surveillance systems based on intelligent analytics. In addition, the edge storage suits perfectly the Indian bandwidth scenario and VideoIQ presents an unbeatable value proposition for customers looking for reduced TCO and scalability.”

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