Samsung Techwin IP Institute Announces 2013 Summer Session Dates for California and Kentucky

Samsung Techwin IP Institute Announces 2013 Summer Session Dates for California and Kentucky

Samsung Techwin IP Institute Announces 2013 Summer Session Dates for California and KentuckySystem integrators looking to learn more about IP video technical network design can sign up to attend a Samsung Techwin IP Institute (SIPI) training program this summer. Locations include Chino, CA; Pleasanton, CA; and Louisville, KY. The sessions will be conducted by Ray Coulombe, founder and Managing Director of

“Training is a blue chip investment for video surveillance dealers and resellers looking to capitalize on the new business opportunities available with IP networked systems,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's senior vice president of sales and marketing, North America. “Our SIPI training program provides a wealth of information on how to approach and implement the latest innovations in networked video products and system solutions that deliver unprecedented levels of value and efficiency.”

Two-day SIPI training sessions are scheduled as follows:

  • June 11-12, 2013 in Chino, California;
  • June 18-19, 2013 in Pleasanton, California; and
  • July 17-18, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky.

The SIPI training program curriculum is designed to enable participants to implement scalable video network for small to midsized clients.  The program sessions cover basic IP network design and implementation, comprehensive skills in video management, and IP camera optimization. Additionally, unique highlights of case studies are presented to build participants’ foundation of security knowledge, and help strengthen overall understanding and competency.

In addition to the expertise gained in the class, all participants, upon successful completion, will receive 15 CEC’s which can be utilized for industry recognized certification such as ASIS and BICSI.

Classes start at $179, and participants can register at


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