Published on 22 September, 2016
|New recorders from March Networks allow integration of up to 16 analogue and 32 IP inputs in a single network video recorder
Digi Security Systems, a provider of integrated electronic security systems, announces that it has partnered with March Networks, a provider of intelligent IP video solutions, to offer customers more cutting-edge electronic security products tailored specifically to the retail and banking markets.
With this partnership, Digi is poised to provide retail and banking customers with the highest quality electronic security systems at the greatest possible value.
March Networks is recognised in the industry for being the top-of-the-line for retail and banking applications, and its technology is currently being used by Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III financial institutions throughout the country.
“In partnering with March Networks, Digi Security Systems has responded to customer needs for electronic security technology sourced from leaders in the design and manufacture of recorders, software, and cameras specifically for retail and banking institutions,” said Danny Frid, Vice President of Sales at Digi Security Systems. “Digi’s customers will benefit from a wider range of available products, as well as continued excellence in technology quality and overall system value.”
New recorders from March Networks are some of the most cost-effective solutions on the market, allowing integration of up to 16 analogue and 32 IP inputs in a single network video recorder. This will allow Digi to create security systems and product attrition timelines to work with each customer’s budget.
March Networks products are now available as part of Digi’s proof-of-concept trial installations, and Digi now also supplies, installs, services, and supports these products. As with all of Digi’s manufacturer partners, Digi will carry a strong inventory of March Networks products, both to allow customers to test products hands-on for as long as it takes them to feel comfortable with the new equipment, and to drastically reduce service times over competing service providers.