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The House passes four bills focused on Telcom security

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The House passes four bills focused on Telcom security

October 25, 2021SSN Staff

WASHINGTON—The U.S. House of Representatives passed four bi-partisan bills focused on securing communications and technology including H.R. 3919, the “Secure Equipment Act of 2021,” which names Huawei, ZTE and Hytera Technologies, including well-known video surveillance giants Hikvision and Dahua, on what is called a “Entity” list. H.R. 3919 co-sponsor, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), said, “By prohibiting the FCC from issuing any equipment licenses...

Dahua, Hikvision, TeleCommunication Systems, video surveillance equipment


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Video surveillance equipment market growing

July 11, 2018Paul Ragusa, Editor

Growth in the global professional video surveillance equipment market accelerated in 2017, and is forecasted to continue growing in 2018, according the latest IHS Markit research. The world market for professional video surveillance equipment grew by 9.3 percent in 2017, IHS found, a much higher rate of growth than in 2016 (3.9 percent) and 2015 (1.9 percent). “Increased government spending on equipment to fight crime and terrorism was a major factor in this growth, as was private sector spending...

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IMS: Boston bombing likely to boost video surveillance spending

May 8, 2013Rich Miller

WELLINGBOROUGH, England—The Boston Marathon bombing will likely drive increased spending on video surveillance equipment, a market that had already been projected to more than double through 2016, according to IMS Research.The company, now part of IHS, is in the process of updating its most recent forecast of global demand for video surveillance equipment. Current IMS projections show worldwide revenue in the market rising to $20.5 billion in 2016, a 114 percent increase from the $9.6 billion...

IMS Research, physical security, SSN, video surveillance equipment


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