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United States : SCT becomes Registered Developer by joining Cisco Developer Network

May 2, 2014



Sound Control Technologies (SCT) declared that it has became the Registered Developer by joining the Cisco Developer Network within the Collaboration/Telepresence technology category.

Additionally, SCT's RemoteCam3 and RemoteCam3X Extended Distance solutions have successfully finished interoperability testing with Cisco C40, C60, C90, and SX20 codecs, and Cisco PHD 1080p 12X, PHD 1080p 4XS1, PHD 1080p 4XS2, and PHD 1080p 2.5X cameras.

The RemoteCam3 and RemoteCam3X provide a unified electronics platform for cost-effective remote extension of Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) camera installations. The kits support a distance of 120 or 300 feet respectively between codec and camera with the use of Dual CAT5e or Dual CAT6 cables.

David Neaderland, SCT president said, SCT is proud to be part of the Cisco CDN program. Our solutions are symbiotic to the Cisco codec and camera, enabling design and integration flexibility in boardroom, classroom, presentation facilities, and any environment requiring remote deployment of the Cisco PTZ camera.

The Cisco Developer Network merges Cisco with third-party developers of hardware and software to deliver tested interoperable solutions to joint customers.

SCT as a Registered Developer provides a complementary product offering and has started to collaborate with Cisco to meet the needs of joint customers.


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Source: TendersInfo (India)


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