IP Migration Offers Numerous Installations

April 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2008, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p72
Trade Publication
An interview with Frank DeFina, the president of Panasonic System Solutions Co., is presented. When asked to compare Internet protocol (IP) video technology with an analog system, he states that both systems have advantages which depend upon specific applications. Defina said that IP networked systems account for 20 percent of the annual total installed base of new and revised systems. He discusses the obstacles encountered when developing an IP system.


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