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DVCOM joined hands with 2N

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DVCOM Technology joined hands with 2N, a subsidiary of the Axis Group to grow 2N’s reseller footprint and channel business in the Middle East. 2N is a leading IP intercoms systems, elevator systems, access control, IP audio systems, M2M and telecommunications solutions provider. Renjan George, Managing Director at DVCOM Technology, said “the company wants to […]

Axis introduces new video encoders

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Axis Communications introduced Axis M70 and Axis P72 its new range of new video encoders equipped with most comprehensive set of network capabilities. These products enable cost-effective migration of analog cameras into a powerful IP-based video surveillance system, and are ideal for locations such as gas stations, convenience stores and small offices. "This addition to our broad range of video encoders is a superior alternative to competitive offerings thanks to its price level, flexibility and extensive functionality," says Baraa Al Akkad, Regional Manager, Axis Communications Middle East.

Motorola to increase presence in Africa

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Motorola Solutions plans to expand its presence in Africa as the demand for for mission-critical communications, two-way radios and next-generation wireless networks increases in the continent. Earlier this year, Motorola split into two units: Motorola Mobility which houses the firm’s mobile and home units; and Motorola Solutions which addresses products targeted at the enterprise and government to Motorola Solutions. Africa, especially Nigeria is seeing an increase in the use of the latest digital two-way radio technology that provides entities – particularly the army and police, construction companies, manufacturing firms and oil and gas companies with clearer, more reliable communication and the necessary tools to improve functionality in the workplace.

Microsoft calls for stronger IP protection

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Microsoft Corporation has joined the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) in recognising World Intellectual Property (IP) Day, an event that calls on the IT industry, governments and consumers to speak out about the importance of IP rights. Strong IP protections are central to instilling a culture of innovation, which can spur economic growth, create jobs and increase revenue for the broader industry and government organisations. World IP Day was observed on April 26, 2011. Microsoft believes that the global arena needs stronger IP protections in place to safeguard the industry's ability to innovate, level the playing field for small businesses, and help local governments generate tax revenue through the legitimate sale and trade of genuine software.
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