Dahua Technology, a manufacturer of video surveillance equipment, has signed a partnership agreement with ADI, which has a branch network for the distribution of security products in the United Kingdom.
ADI and Dahua Technology
ADI’s head office is located in Bury, Greater Manchester and offers the wholesale distribution of security and low-voltage equipment with over 200 international locations. ADI customers can now benefit from Dahua’s extensive range of end-to-end IP and analogue high-definition security solutions, including cameras, recorders, software, display and control solutions and video management software. Dahua products are both innovative and scalable, with particular strength in IP-based communication.
Usmon Khadim, UK Product Category Manager for ADI said: “ADI is very excited to have the Dahua brand on board. With Dahua’s market-leading range of products, combined with ADI’s industry leading support, we believe this will be a key partnership for us and add great value to our customers.”
UK video surveillance market
“We are confident that ADI shares our commitment to innovation, customer service and quality products"
Denny Wang, UK General Manager, Dahua UK & Ireland, said: “By entering into this partnership, we will be extending our reach in the UK video surveillance market using ADI’s extensive branch network. In addition, ADI’s strong emphasis on technical expertise means it can offer added value to its customers and our products.”
“We are confident that ADI shares our commitment to innovation, customer service and quality products. The extensive Dahua range includes products that are packed with intelligent features, such as advanced video analytics, providing major benefits to ADI’s customers.”
Dahua has the second-largest global share in the video surveillance market worldwide, according to a report from IHS in 2015. It is also the first Chinese security company to establish a global technology standard for analogue high definition: HDCVI. The Dahua range will be available from ADI with immediate effect.