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Uniview Showcased Ultra 265 Solution at ASIS 2017

Dallas, Texas, U.S.A, September 27, 2017 – For more than six decades, ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017) has been the premier event for security professionals worldwide, providing industry-leading education, countless business connections, and the latest products and services. Uniview attended ASIS 2017 together with local distributors during 26th – 28th, September, 2017 in Dallas, Texas, United States.

“As one of the top 3 video surveillance manufacturers in China, Uniview has an unbeatable competitiveness in IP CCTV. We entered into the U.S. market in 2015 and gained a prominent growth due to high quality products and a rich experience in Chinese market.” Said Rex Ding, Director of North America Business Department, “Nowadays, we already built stable business relationships with partners in the majority of the States. That results in an estimated more than 300% growth rate this year. Partner First, Quality First, Benefit-sharing First. It is the key value that we insist when cooperating with partners. As a new face in the U.S. market, we believe that building a positive business ecosystem is more important than short-term profit.”

Ultra 265: Up to 80%-95% bandwidth and storage reduction

The cutting-edge technologies Ultra 265 was first showcased in U.S. shows. To balance the need for HD surveillance and corresponding storage and bandwidth cost, and to keep pace with the development from H.264 to H.265, Uniview spends enormous efforts to exploit HEVC coding standard, and finally invented the patent coding technique U-Code. The combination of U-Code and H.265 is the unique technology - Ultra 265. Ultra 265 is an end to end solution which can save up to 95% storage space and 75% storage cost, brings great convenience to users.

StarView: Redefine starlight technology

Uniview also presented a complete series of IP cameras and NVR on site including StarView series. In this series, Uniview redefines starlight technology with outstanding images at super low illumination during the night for both static and moving scenes, an easier setting step for users to have the preeminent starlight image, and an affordable price.