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ATX Networks
1-501 Clements Rd W
Ajax, Ontario L1S 7H4
Canada
Tel: 905-428-6068 — 800-565-7488
Fax: 905-427-1964
ATX Networks's website


Bass Computers, Inc.

Bass Computers, Inc. is a wholesale distributor of CCTV products & custom-designed security systems, including NVRs, DVRs, cameras, software, & cables from most security manufacturers.

10558 Bissonnet St.
Houston, Texas 77099
United States of America
Tel: 281-776-6785 — 800-789-3012
Fax: 281-776-6721
Bass Computers, Inc.'s website


BlackWire Designs

BlackWire Designs is a leading manufacturer and distribution resource for custom integrators offering best-in-class automation solutions, custom applications, drivers and user interfaces. Delivering a range of networking products, CCTV IP camera options,…

23910 N 19th Ave
Suite 34
Phoenix, Arizona 85085
United States of America


ChyTV / DigIt Signage Technologies

DigIt Signage Technologies is the exclusive distributor of Chyron’s ChyTV Digital Signage and Security/Alert product line.  Our ChyTV products are used in schools, offices, airports, banks, dealerships PEG Channels, hospitals, worship and…

5 Hub Drive
Melville, New York 11747
United States of America
Tel: 631-845-2152
Fax: 631-390-0031
ChyTV / DigIt Signage Technologies's website


Costar Video Systems
101 Wrangler Drive
Suite 201
Coppell, Texas 75019
United States of America
Tel: 469-635-6800 — 888-694-7827
Fax: 469-635-6822
Costar Video Systems's website


SpotterRF
709 Technology Way
Building E, Suite 3100
Orem, Utah 84097
United States of America
Tel: 801-742-5849

SpotterRF's website


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For this week's edition of Flashback Friday, take a look at what technologies were giving installers and manufacturers the willies just one year ago. AVB, HDBaseT, 4K, wireless video ... are you any more comfortable with these technologies in 2014?

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Flashback Friday: 7 Spooky Technologies (Still?) Frightening CIs

For this week's edition of Flashback Friday, take a look at what technologies were giving installers and manufacturers the willies just one year ago. AVB, HDBaseT, 4K, wireless video ... are you any more comfortable with these technologies in 2014?

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