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Mission 500 announces collaboration with Feeding America

April 7, 2020SSN Staff

MIAMI—To help aid families in crisis across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mission 500 has announced a partnership with the U.S. hunger relief organization, Feeding America, and is calling upon the professional security industry for support.“The COVID-19 pandemic is a crisis of epic proportions affecting every people from every walk of life around the world, and will affect those families who were already struggling to make ends meet the hardest,” Mission 500 Chairman of...

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Hikvision raises money for Mission 500

January 2, 2019SSN Staff

LOS ANGELES—Employees from Hikvision USA Inc., a provider of security hardware equipment and software solutions, raised funds and helped a family make much-needed repairs to their home in Puerto Rico as part of a Mission 500 security industry service project and trip.Hikvision raised $2,790 for the project, and three Hikvision employees joined 18 other security industry professionals on the November service trip to Ponce, Puerto Rico. For three days, the group worked alongside family members...

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Suppliers

Manything Pro works with Hikvision to add cloud to analog systems

August 22, 2018SSN Staff

OXFORDSHIRE, U.K.—Manything Pro, one of Hikvision's official technology partners with more than 900,000 registered global users, has worked closely with engineers from Hikvision to successfully integrate its offsite cloud recording software with a range of digital video recorders (DVRs).This advancement makes it possible for professional integrators to easily add IP functionality to existing coax systems—giving them a new source of recurring revenue through cloud subscription plans without...

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On The Editor's Desk

House passes bill to ban gov't use of Chinese surveillance equipment

May 30, 2018Paul Ragusa, Editor

The U.S. House of Representatives on May 24 passed H.R. 5515, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019, which includes an amendment prohibiting the federal government from purchasing video surveillance equipment from several China-based manufacturers, including Hikvision and Dahua. The bill still needs to make it through the Senate before being signed into law by the president. In response to this legislative action, Jeffrey He, president, Hikvision USA Inc. and Hikvision Canada...

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Suppliers

Hikvision stays on top in 2016 global market share

July 5, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Hikvision, a global supplier of video surveillance products and solutions, has announced that it has again achieved the No.1 position in market share for CCTV and video surveillance equipment worldwide in a recent IHS Markit report.“For the sixth year in a row, IHS Markit has named Hikvision the world's leading supplier of video surveillance products and solutions,” Hikvision USA president Jeffrey He told Security Systems News. “The IHS Markit report...

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Hikvision's Alex Asnovich recognized by Forbes

June 28, 2017SSN Staff

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Hikvision USA this week announced that Alex Asnovich, Hikvision USA and Hikvision Canada director of marketing, was named one of the “World's Most Influential CMOs 2017” by Forbes Magazine.“With The World's Most Influential CMOs 2017 report, we present a distinguished selection of the upper echelon, along with an instructive look at what brought them there,” the Forbes report, released June 22, said. Asnovich was named number 40 out of a list...

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Monitoring

I-View Now partners with COPS Monitoring

April 12, 2017Spencer Ives

HENDERSON, Nev.—I-View Now, a cloud-based video platform company based here, recently announced new capabilities with COPS Monitoring, Bosch, Hikvision and OpenEye.“We're very excited. COPS Monitoring is a very large wholesaler, and by releasing [OmniView], they're now going into video verification and really what we describe as central station monitoring video services,” Larry Folsom, president of I-View Now, told Security Systems News.OmniView, a service branded by COPS, is powered...

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Hikvision to open R&D center in Montreal, research institute in Silicon Valley

February 22, 2017Paul Ragusa, Editor

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Hikvision USA Inc., based here, and Hikvision Canada Inc. announced last week that Hikvision plans to establish in 2017 an R&D center in Montreal and a Research Institute in California's Silicon Valley, underscoring the company's commitment to North American integrator partners, and supporting its presence in the enterprise market.“This will allow us to be even more in tune with the needs of the North American security market and to engage with the tremendous...

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General News

Hikvision CEO provides a 'view from the top'

November 23, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

HANGZHOU, China—Hikvision's recent media tour, which included visits to its headquarters based here, as well as cultural stops in Shanghai and Beijing, provided a unique glimpse into both a country rich in tradition and history, and a company striving to stay at the forefront in security technology.As Hikvision CEO Yangzhong Hu (pictured on left) pointed out during a press conference at the Security China 2016 trade show at the China International Exhibition Center, the company was first started...

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Suppliers

Hikvision secures $3b credit facility

August 22, 2016Paul Ragusa, Editor

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif.—Hikvision has secured a five-year, $3 billion credit facility with Export-Import Bank of China, which will enable the video surveillance company to earmark additional funds for global research and development, infrastructure, and equipment and technology procurement.“North America is Hikvision's fastest growing region. Having capital readily available means we can invest when the need arises,” Jeffrey He, president, Hikvision USA and Hikvision Canada, told...

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