The company will introduce DirectIP exclusively in the Americas at booth #11053 at ISC West
IDIS will demonstrate the quality and flexibility of its latest-generation HD IP surveillance solution at ISC West

Global surveillance powerhouse, IDIS, will launch its game-changing DirectIP™ video surveillance solution at ISC West 2015. IDIS DirectIP™ is an affordable, plug-and-play, high-definition solution for businesses large and small; and IDIS will demonstrate the quality, simplicity, and flexibility of this latest-generation, high definition IP surveillance solution at ISC West.

IDIS, an established surveillance leader with more than 1.7 million installations worldwide, has firmly established its presence in Europe and the Middle East in recent years. The company will introduce DirectIP exclusively in the Americas at booth #11053 at ISC West, from April 15-17 at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.

DirectIP™: industry game-changer

IDIS’s next-generation DirectIP surveillance solutions have been designed to meet the needs of an increasingly demanding security landscape through flexible and cost-effective technology coupled with unrivalled performance, quality and functionality—all in a single-sourced approach to HD that is expected to change the conversation about surveillance technology.

A true one-stop-shop affordable solution, comprising a range of IP cameras, network video recorders (NVR), and monitors — including 4K UHD and H.265 capability — DirectIP delivers unrivalled plug-and-play simplicity, combined with highest-quality performance, compatibility, and a low total cost of ownership. The DirectIP framework tackles compatibility and the issues associated with existing protocols, which often prevent the full functionality of cameras, network video recorders (NVRs) and other network equipment from being realised.

“DirectIP is designed to provide a simple yet high-performance solution,” said Keith Drummond, Sales Director for IDIS America. “The framework builds an entire network system from a single source supplier, comprising a range of IP cameras, NVRs, monitors, video management software, as well as switching hubs and accessories.”

“With DirectIP, IDIS has eliminated complicated configuration, reduced installation costs, and ensured simple, everyday use — resulting in a significantly lower total cost of ownership for the American marketplace. At ISC West, we will demonstrate how the entire security buying chain in the Americas, from distributors to installers to end-users will benefit from DirectIP.”

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