ENP Newswire -
Release date- 03072014 - Hikvision, a global leader in video surveillance products and solutions, is proud to be announced as the winner of coveted Maximum Impact Award at the ESX 2014 in the Digital Recording Systems category of Video Security.
The company's 'plug and play' NVR (model DS-7716NI-SP/16) was the clear winner in its category. The award reaffirms Hikvision's commitment to research and development in video surveillance technology and the company's pledge to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction.
The Maximum Impact Award is the only program in the security industry that honors the impact new and recently introduced products and services have on security integration and monitoring companies. This year's winners were determined by a panel of distinguished judges from the industry leadership and ranks of ESX owner and sponsors, CSAA and ESA, who evaluated the submitted entries.
'It's not just about the hype or the next big technology play - it's about solutions for real-life security problems that help integration and monitoring companies deliver better products and services to their customers,' says ESX Chair,
The Hikvision product that won the award is the NVR solution in a box. The 'plug and play' approach to IP makes the system as easy to install as analogue but provides superior image resolution up to 5MP. With built-in POE, alarms, audio and on-board storage capacity for most SMB needs, additional equipment is rarely required. These features and functionality make this NVR the perfect solution as a digital recording system that elevates clients' video security.
'We are excited to be recognised as the winner of this esteemed industry accolade,' says
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