By virtually any account, Memphis is a storied city with a fascinating history. Situated along the Mississippi River, it is a major port area for the United States and home to the fifth-largest inland port in the country. It is home to iconic American sites such as Beale Street, the hub of the Memphis’ blues scene and where artists like Louis Armstrong and B.B. King helped to develop and define the Memphis Blues sound. It is home to Graceland, Elvis Presley’s mansion-turned-museum and final resting place. Aretha Franklin was born in Memphis. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated there. Racial and social tensions, along with the ebbs and flows of immigration, politics, and urbanization, have helped to shape Memphis into the city it is today.
Hikvision, City of Industry, Calif., reported that it participated in the Electronic Security Association’s Day on Capitol Hill on May 5, 2015. A representative from Hikvision’s leadership team met with Congress members in Washington D.C. to discuss important issues affecting the security industry, including apprenticeship programs, school security, and telecommunications.
Hikvision USA, the North American leader in innovative video surveillance products and solutions, has been named Vendor of the Year by ADI Global Distribution, a leading global wholesale distributor of security and low voltage products.
Hikvision®, City of Industry, Calif., the world’s leading supplier of innovative and award-winning video surveillance products and solutions, has established Hikvision Canada Inc., which will focus on the video surveillance market in Canada
Hikvision® USA, City of Industry, Calif., custom-tailored its video management system (VMS) software for Omni New York LLC, a real estate development company that specializes in revitalizing urban neighborhoods.
Hikvision, China, a worldwide supplier of video surveillance equipment, announced that its research & development unit, serving and administration departments have moved to a new corporate complex in Hangzhou, China.
As the cover asserts, this year may be a tipping point for access control sales — with big data, cloud, cyber and more causing customers to rethink and retool their access control and identity management systems.
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