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The specialist in wired and wireless network hardware and systems, Trendnet, aims to strengthen its position in the SOHO and SMB markets (Smes) with the introduction of twelve models of IP cameras in the next six months.

Trendnet plans to launch a dozen IP cameras over the next six months with the aim of consolidating its presence in the market. The company's catalogue currently consists of 23 consumer-facing IP cameras, Small Office Home Office environments (SOHO) and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs – SMB).

New line of cameras benefits from improvements in imaging technology and functionality at a lower price. In addition, eight of the twelve cameras have megapixel resolution and advanced image compression. Half of the cameras have high-speed wireless N technology and the other half offer Ethernet Powerover (Poe) to connect to a network.

Each camera, including a wall or ceiling mount kit, has a cream white housing that matches virtually any application environment. All TRENDnet models come with a complementary management software that allows you to control up to 32 Cameras. And among the advanced features are motion detection recording, email alerts and scheduled recordings. TRENDnet also provides mobile applications to be able to view live videos from the IP camera through 3G or 4G mobile devices.

The twelve new TRENDnet models are:

· The PTZ Day Internet Camera / Night with wireless technology N HD model TV-IP672WI, offers megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, night vision with a range of up to 7.5 Meters, wireless connection N, horizontal movement (Pan) at a 330° angle and vertical movement ('tilt') at an angle of 105° and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· PTZ Internet Camera with Wireless N HD Technology Model TV-IP672W, has megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, wireless connection N, horizontal movement at an angle of 330° and vertical movement at an angle of 105°, and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The PTZ Day Internet Camera / Night PoE HD model TV-IP672PI, has megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, night vision with a range of up to 7.5 Meters, Power over Ethernet connection (Poe) and horizontal movement at an angle of 330° and vertical movement at an angle of 105°.

· PTZ PoE HD Internet Camera Model TV-IP672P, has megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, Power over Ethernet connection (Poe) and horizontal movement at an angle of 330° and vertical movement at an angle of 105°.

· The Internet Camera Day / Night with wireless technology N HD model TV-IP572WI, provides megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, night vision with a range of up to 7.5 Meters, wireless N connection and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The Internet camera with wireless N HD technology model TV-IP572W presents megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, wireless N connection and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The Internet camera Day / Night PoE HD model TV-IP572PI offers megapixel resolution with H.264 compression, night vision with a range of up to 7.5 meters and Power over Ethernet connection (Poe).

· The PoE HD Internet camera model TV-IP572P has megapixel resolution with H.264 compression and Power over Ethernet connection (Poe).

· PTZ Day/Night Internet Camera with Wireless N Technology model TV-IP651WI has night vision with a range of up to 7.5 Meters, wireless connection N, horizontal movement at an angle of 330° and vertical movement at an angle of 105° and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The PTZ Internet camera with wireless N technology model TV-IP651W has wireless connection N, horizontal movement at an angle of 330° and vertical movement at an angle of 105° and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The Internet Camera Day / Night with wireless technology N model TV-IP551WI has night vision with a range of up to 7.5 Meters, wireless N connection and WPS 'onetouch' connection.

· The Internet camera with wireless N technology model TV-IP551W has wireless N connection and WPS connection 'onetouch'.

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By • 1 Sea, 2012
• Section: General