Next Gen 802.11N (draft) Wireless Home Surveillance System from Smartvue

Smartvue Corporation, the leader in wireless IP video solutions, announced the next version of their award winning Smartvue S2 802.11N pre-standard wireless IP video system.

September 13, 2006. In conjunction with the opening of the CEDIA show, Smartvue Corporation, the leader in wireless IP video surveillance solutions, announced the next version of their award winning Smartvue S2 802.11N pre -standard wireless IP video system.


'Version 2.1 of the Smartvue IP video solution enables almost anyone to setup long range wireless IP video surveillance for their home or office,' stated Martin Renkis, Founder and CEO of Smartvue Corporation. 'Only Smartvue offers a plug and play solution for professional grade wireless IP video surveillance.'

The Smartvue S2 solution covers almost any size home without wires and includes free remote access capabilities from almost any PC or cell phone. Smartvue S2 earned the CES Innovations Engineering and Design award and is available from Smartvue Corporation or premiere resellers nationwide.

About Smartvue Corporation

Smartvue's mission is to make the world a safer and smarter place by providing premium specialty IP video solutions worldwide. The company has earned awards and multiple patents for its innovative wireless IP video and visual intelligence solutions. Find out more about Smartvue at www.smartvue.com. Contact: sales@smartvue.com (615) 296 -0175.

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