MicroPower Technologies Inc., San Diego, announced that it entered into an agreement with Sprint that enables the company to leverage Sprint’s network as an additional channel to transmit wireless video. The addition of the Sprint network takes MicroPower’s video surveillance solutions a step further by enhancing its wireless capabilities with Sprint’s secure and pervasive network, which reaches more than 282 million people nationwide, MicroPower stated in the announcement.
The MicroPower Rugged-i is an integrated, solar wireless IP video camera that can be deployed in any location, as it is not constrained by wires or cables for power or data. MicroPower systems are ideal for remote locations and a comprehensive solution is maximized by the addition of a 3G/4G uplink from Sprint to secure video transmission to the back haul, the company stated.
“MicroPower’s advanced technology, combined with Sprint’s expansive wireless mobile network, allows cameras to be placed virtually anywhere at a fraction of the cost of conventional surveillance systems,” said Jon Siann, founder and CEO, MicroPower Technologies. “Our partnership with Sprint allows us to exceed customer expectations by enabling them to reinforce the security perimeter and extend protection, while promising high reliability through wireless transmission and immediate system deployment.”
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