Antony Elliott (left), president of ASIAL, presents the award for Best New Product to Chris Boyce, commercial director of Dedicated Micros.


Dedicated Micros Inc., Chantilly, Va., announced that its DV-IP Server received “Best New Product” at this year’s ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Limited) awards ceremony held at the Security 2005 exhibition in Sydney.

Judging involved ASIAL National Executive Council member consideration, presentations to conference delegates and hands-on product access at the exhibition.

The advanced DV-IP Server was created to satisfy the requirements of 24-hour video surveillance, with integrated hard disk recording and the ability to use new or existing video over IP-enabled computer networks to deliver a scaleable, economic and reliable means of recording and distributing on-demand video from a site’s CCTV cameras.

The DV-IP Server is built on the NetVu Connected architecture, the common DNA technology that supports interoperability between systems from Dedicated Micros, AD Group and other security companies.