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ADVERTORIAL FEATURE


AMERICAN FIBERTEK iber


The new office is located at: The Alton Business Centre, Wilsom Road, Alton Hampshire GU34 2PP Phone: +44 (0)1420 540 273


Harper Morgan Phone: +44 (0)1256 703 141


At this year’s IFSEC, the company is featuring a full complement of network and fibre transmission solutions to address the industry demand for faster, cleaner and better ways to complement IP-based video surveillance and security systems.


Over the course of the past year, AFI has focused its attention on the development of three areas; namely specialty products employing flexible (pluggable) sub-carriers, hybrid products and IP-based products. The results are exhibited at IFSEC 2012 and include a new transmission systems for the Aiphone, Commend and Talk-a-Phone intercom systems; a complete line of enhanced Pluggable PCBs


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boards) that provide increased flexibility in manufacturing; an Ethernet Mini-Switch, complete with a high resolution analogue video channel for simultaneous receiving and transmitting; and significant enhancements to the Pilot VMS platform including an AD 2089 Virtual Keyboard and integration to Access Control Systems.


HALL 5, STAND C60


AMERICAN FIBERTEK CONTINUES GROWTH WITH NEW UK LOCATION AND EXPANSIVE PRODUCT PORTFOLIO AT IFSEC 2012


American Fibertek, Inc. (AFI) is pleased to announce the opening of its new UK distribution center. The company has partnered with Harper Morgan to bring the latest analogue and IP video, and fibre optic communication and control solutions to the security industry.


afi fibre solutions. proven technology for the future.


Also on display are recent additions to the line of 10 bit digital video products including the 91PE Series one channel and the 94P599SL Series two and four channel video systems designed with a two port copper Ethernet switch and various sub-channels. These systems can also accommodate the AFI Affinity fibre network monitoring system.


The complete suite of V’nes systems products on display includes: Commander Series IP Communications Switch, Scout Series Environmental Monitoring System, Pilot Series Video and Network Management Software, Net I/O Edge Devices for networking contact closures and data channels and MX Series Multi Port Media Converters.


V’nes provides an “Open Path” to integrate IP and analogue systems operation and is the industry’s only comprehensive video surveillance network solution that delivers control, management and transmission capabilities in fully customizable and scalable user-specified configurations. For optimum efficiency and low total cost of ownership, V’nes accommodates any combination of video surveillance, access control, point of sale, voice and data system devices operating on an analogue, IP or hybrid platform from virtually any manufacturer.


Nothing transmits video and datamore efficiently than fibre optics. widest rang of fib (rpe transmssion solutions for…


✓ IP/analogue/hybrid video surveillance ✓ Intercom, emergency telephone and panic systems ✓ Access control ✓ Fire/life safety


Every CATmay have nine lives, but afi fibre transmission solutions stand the test of timewith proven technology for the future.


Learn more about our solutions by visiting us on stand C60 in Hall 5 or visit our website for free software demonstration downloads at www.americanfibertek.com


Andwith today’s bandwidth hungry security systems, fibre has theVisit Hall 5, Stand C60. backbone to carry it all. afi continues to lead the industry with the


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