Channel Partners

September 16, 2008

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VideoIQ Launches Partner Program

VideoIQ Inc. has introduced VideoIQ Inner Circle, a partner program designed for resellers, systems integrators and consultants to offer the company’s analytics-driven video surveillance solutions. The program is launching with charter members that include NAVCO, Wachter and G4S Technology.

VideoIQ’s line of intelligent video surveillance offerings – including the newly introduced VideoIQ iCVR (intelligent cameras and encoders with video recording) and VideoIQ HD Smart Video Analyzers – are rapidly building on the base of more than 400 customers worldwide, the company said. With its Inner Circle Partner Program, VideoIQ plans to invest further in partnerships with leading integrators that can serve a broad range of markets ranging from commercial businesses to government facilities, to corporate campuses and to residences.

The Inner Circle Program offers three levels of memberships with progressively higher rewards. The three levels – Premier Partners, Advantage Partners and Access Partners – each offer robust margins, financial incentives, sales programs, technical training, and support and marketing that progress with the partners’ commitment to VideoIQ.

“With the Inner Circle Program, our partners are able to serve their customers by offering the most advanced and cost-effective intelligent video surveillance solution on the market, while gaining access to strong financial opportunity in both product and recurring revenue streams,” said Scott Schnell, president and CEO, VideoIQ.

The new VideoIQ iCVR is an intelligent surveillance camera with built-in DVR that has just completed beta testing. Beta customers use the iCVR for numerous applications including perimeter protection, unmanned site protection, direction of travel detection, excess object monitoring and object search.

Also a new offering, the iCVR Storage Encoder combines intelligent networking, analytic detection, content-aware storage and object search into high-performance IP cameras and encoders. With the new VideoIQ iCVR Storage Encoder, customers can now integrate their existing analog cameras into an IP-based video surveillance system.

VideoIQ said the iCVR Storage Encoder solves the bandwidth and storage challenges of traditional IP video systems, while turning video into a powerful security solution for both incident detection and investigation.

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