Samsung Builds Technology Choices for Red Hawk Fire and Security

Samsung Builds Technology Choices for Red Hawk Fire and Security

As part of Samsung Techwin’s Certified IP Partners Program (SCIP), the company announced that Red Hawk Fire & Security, an innovator of fire, life safety and security services, will add Samsung's line of video surveillance and security products to its cutting-edge, technology portfolio. Samsung's IP-video, analog and hybrid systems will now be among the technologies Red Hawk Fire & Security incorporates into their integrated, turnkey business solutions.

“Red Hawk's team of industry experts delivers integration services, customer focus, and a high level of technical expertise that will ensure effective integration of Samsung's products into seamless, high-performance solutions,” said Frank De Fina, senior vice president of sales and marketing, North America, Samsung Techwin America. “Samsung's emphasis on innovation in IP-video leads the industry, and our broad range of dependable products will ensure greater value and functionality for Red Hawk's customers.”

The strategic collaboration of Red Hawk and Samsung will target midmarket commercial customers in retail, banking, education and healthcare. Samsung's benefits, including HD imaging, intelligent camera features and value pricing, will enable Red Hawk to maximize customer satisfaction in these markets.

“Working with Samsung, we can deliver video technology solutions that offer high-end functionality and live up to their reputation for dependability and long life,” said Ardy Azhir, vice president of security, Red Hawk Fire & Security. “Samsung's product line reflects our insistence on using only the best technologies to provide our customers with superior security and video solutions.”

Samsung Builds Technology for Red Hawk Fire and SecurityFor more information visit www.samsung-security.com.

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