Observint Rolls Out New Products At ISC West

Observint Technologies is expanding an already impressive portfolio of highly integrated, high-performance and high-value system solutions with the introduction of a number of new offerings from infinias, DIGIOP, 3S Vision and LG at this year's ISC West Show in Las Vegas.

"Observint's continued investment in our technology portfolio and focus on collaboration with leading technology partners represent two critical components of our business model and strategy," said Brian Wood, President and CEO, Observint Technologies. "Of equal importance is our relationship with our reseller partners – dealers and integrators on the front lines – who are leveraging our products and technologies to meet the needs of their customers. We believe Observint Technologies' unique portfolio offers integrators and dealers an attractive alternative to delivering higher performance and greater value to their customers. And the new product introductions we are showcasing here at ISC West take our solutions capability – and the benefits we can offer to our partners and customers – to a whole new level."

infinias, an Observint Technologies portfolio company and a leading provider of IP-based access control hardware and software, is introducing the company's new Mobile Credential solution at the show. Mobile Credential, which will be available in May 2013, extends capabilities of the infinias access control solution to user's iPhone and Android smartphones, delivering enhanced security and eliminating the need for physical proximity cards or other traditional credentials.

In addition, infinias is showcasing a new, innovative electronic door lock and access control solution developed in partnership with Stanley. The all-in-one wireless solution combines Stanley's industry-leading electronic door lock with infinias' cutting edge IP-based access control technology. It is ideal for small business access control installations and large enterprise installations, where budget constraints or common installation issues are the limiting factors in achieving the ideal level of access control door coverage. The product will begin shipping in June 2013.

DIGIOP, an Observint Technologies portfolio company and a leader in providing integrated video and data management solutions, is announcing the launch of the company's latest version of DIGIOP Elements, new hybrid and network video recorder hardware platforms, and an innovative, simple, one-time 32-channel licensing structure. Making its debut at ISC West and available to ship in June 2013, the new integrated VMS server solutions offer enhanced performance, expanded capabilities, and the most user-friendly licensing model in the industry. Every DIGIOP customer will have access to the full-featured VMS, all future software upgrades, and 32-channels of video for a one-time, all-inclusive price.

Observint also announces the company's exclusive agreement to market and distribute 3S Vision megapixel cameras, IP encoders and video surveillance technology in North America. Observint will showcase 3S Vision's new line of 5 megapixel network cameras in the company's booth at ISC West. Available in a variety of form factors and configurations, the cameras offer exceptional performance, quality and value, with prices for the new 3S Vision line of 5 megapixel cameras starting at $420.00 (MSRP). In addition to the new 5 megapixel cameras, the 3S Vision product line includes a broad range of 2 megapixel cameras and accessories, network PTZ cameras, and IP encoders. 3S Vision video surveillance products are compatible with major VMS platforms.

Observint has also extended the company's strategic partnership with LG Electronics to bring LG's latest security solutions to market, including a complete line of megapixel IP cameras, hybrid digital video recorders, and security-optimized displays. LG, one of the world's leading technology manufacturers, has partnered with Observint to build LG's North American channel presence and the market awareness. Observint is also providing operations, logistics, sales, marketing support and U.S.-based technical support for LG. Already widely distributed and deployed around the world, LG's innovative video surveillance product portfolio now includes wireless HD network IP cube cameras, 1.3 and 3 megapixel IP cameras, and a full line of hybrid recorders (DVRs) - in addition to the company's comprehensive line of analog security products.

All technologies will be showcased in the Observint Technologies booth #12087 at the ISC West tradeshow, in Las Vegas from April 10-12, 2013.

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