WavestoreUSA Adds Global Surveillance Systems to its Distributor Lineup

WavestoreUSA announced the addition of Global Surveillance System, Inc. as the newest national distributor supporting the WavestoreUSA product line.

Global Surveillance System, Inc. (GSS), Chantilly, VA is one of the national distributors of full IP/analog video surveillance and low-voltage security equipment. Founded in 2002, Global Surveillance System, Inc. distributes security technologies to meet the increasing demands of the expanding electronic security industry.

“WavestoreUSA is excited to be partnering with Global Surveillance Systems, Inc. in serving its large base of security installers, integrators and resellers to provide them with an effective video storage and management solution to meet any application,” said Randy Miller, vice president of sales, WavestoreUSA. “As more technologies continue to move into the IP space, it becomes even more important we provide dealers with the right technology to serve as the foundation upon which to build a complete integrated system.”

“Global Surveillance Systems, Inc. is very excited to partner with WavestoreUSA to introduce innovative products to our nationwide customer base of system integrators, “said Bill Plunkett, sales and marketing manager, Global Surveillance Systems, Inc. “We feel that WavestoreUSA has hit a homerun in the marketplace by creating a truly intelligent design for centralized surveillance systems. Undeniably, WavestoreUSA will open more doors of opportunity for our customers and their clients.

“WavestoreUSA is committed to making the deployment of video storage and management easy and cost efficient through our open platform digital video solution,” said Miller. “We are extremely pleased to offer our systems through Global Surveillance Systems, Inc.’s distribution channels, and increase our reach across North America.”

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