Networking firm D-Link will launch a range of IP CCTV cameras and storage products in the second quarter of the year aimed at the small to medium sized enterprise (SME) market.
The company told V3.co.uk that many businesses are looking to improve their surveillance capabilities and boost the storage requirements needed to hold the captured data.
D-Link general manager Chris Davies explained that the company will introduce around 16 new storage products and 30 new camera models by the end of May or early June.
"We have decided to bring in the products to the UK markets now as we think we have the right infrastructure and support to meet the needs of SMEs to more efficiently archive and retrieve data as necessary," he said.
Davies claimed that, as networks become integral to the business, the IP nature of the new products allows them to be built in and tailored to network requirements, providing easier access to data stored in any location.
The company is also likely to bring its Boxee Box streaming device to Europe by the middle of 2010. The device is able to play a wide variety of media files, including MPEG4, and won Last Gadget Standing at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year.
Davies said that D-Link had several 3G products in the pipeline for this year, including a 3G pocket router.
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