Wednesday, September 29, 2010

VoIP-based Alarm Communications

The advent of digital transmission lines replacing traditional copper PSTN circuits has begun to include using VoIP (Voice over IP) for the audio transmission. The problem with VoIP is that it can compress (like an MP3) or alter (timing or amplitude) the audio signal, which can affect the transmission of the event to the receiver.

See what a normal Contact ID event looks like, how VoIP can alter it and learn about Bosch's solution for this problem at: http://ifas.boschsecuritynews.us/e_article001873168.cfm?x=b11,0,w.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Bosch Open House in Ohio

Meet your Bosch sales team and see our latest surveillance, security and communications solutions.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Crowne Plaza
Cleveland Airport
7230 Engle Road
Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

Hours: 9:30am - 3:30pm (Open House Format - Come and go as you please)
Lunch: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

See what Bosch has to offer. Arrive in the morning and stay for lunch or arrive at lunch and stay the afternoon. Spending a few hours with Bosch will allow you to learn how our solutions can help solve your customer’s most challenging issues. And, you can investigate if selling other Bosch solutions is right for you. The recent integration of the Bosch Security and Communications divisions now gives you access to additional revenue streams for your organization, thus increasing your profits.

Solutions on display will include:

- Video Surveillance - IP and Analog
- Access Control with Video Integration
- Intrusion and Fire Detection - GV3 and FPA-1000
- Public Address and Conferencing Systems
- Intercom and Dispatch Systems
- Professional Audio Equipment

Questions? Please contact:
Mark Milewski
Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
T: (734) 925-2165
E: mark.milewski@us.bosch.com

Register at: http://www2.boschsecurity.us/rsvp/roadshow/100825-Oct2010-Roadshow.html

Monday, September 13, 2010

Video vs. Data on the Network

SecurityInfoWatch.com recently published an article about the differences between video and data on the network. The article is written by Bosch's David Brent and also covers decentralization, the differences between various iSCSI implementations, and things to consider when selecting iSCSI hardware.

Check out the article at: http://www.securityinfowatch.com/Integrators/video-and-data-are-not-created-equal