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Hills spies opportunity with Vivotek IP surveillance

17 Jul 15

Hills is now the master Australian distributor for Vivotek, after signing a new deal with the IP surveillance vendor.

Daniel Lee, Hills head of CCTV and IT practice, says the new agency adds to Hills existing stable of camera products.

“Hills is proud to be able to offer our customers one of Australia’s biggest ranges of network camera options,” Lee says.

“We are committed to meeting the diverse range of customer needs, which is why we are delighted to bring Vivotek to our range.”

The company will mark the new alliance with a Vivotech showcase at the upcoming ASIAL security show in Melbourne.

Vivotek solutions, including the ultra-megapixel fisheye network camera and the world’s first PoE switch with IP surveillance management functions, the VivoCam PoE switch, will also be showcased by Hills during Securing Expo.

William Ku, Vivotek vice president, says Hills is a ‘strategically important partner’ for the vendor.

“[With] its expertise in surveillance products and channel management, we believe both companies can benefit from this partnership,” Ku says.

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