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DVTEL releases thermal camera

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02/03/2014

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—IP video surveillance solutions provider DVTEL has released its ioimage Thermal line of intelligent thermal cameras, the first offered by the company, according to a Feb. 3 news release.

Bill Gately named CEO of ISCON

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09/23/2013

WOBURN, Mass.—Bill Gately has been appointed CEO of ISCON Imaging, a manufacturer of infrared security scanners, the company announced Sept. 18.

DVTEL to launch IP Institute

New COO Zvi Peled says ‘cool tools’ will help integrator partners
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06/05/2013

RIDGEFIELD, N.J.—Video surveillance provider DVTEL is launching IP Institute, where the company will offer online and classroom instruction on IP-based security for its integration partners.

Hospital deploys DVTEL’s IP video system

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03/05/2013

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics, based here, has deployed DVTEL’s IP video surveillance system throughout its facility, according to a company statement.

DVTel to bundle offerings for middle market

Company taking a look at partnership with Samsung as well
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11/07/2012

RIDGEFIELD, N.J.—To help propel DVTEL’s move “beyond startup mode,”  the privately held maker of security management software, known for its iSOC product lin

IndigoVision names new vice president

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10/19/2012

Edison, N.J.—IndigoVision, a manufacturer of IP video solutions, announced Thursday that Paul Smith will be its senior vice president.

Smith replaces Kevin Bradley, who held the position of president of North America. Bradley left in the company in July.

DVTEL moves beyond startup mode, looks down market for growth

Stern’s goal is to grow north of 18 percent annually
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05/30/2012

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—One year after taking the helm, DVTEL CEO Yoav Stern says the company is eyeing the middle market for growth as it transitions from its startup phase to become a larger player in the IP video surveillance space.

ISCWest Day 2, some notes

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Friday, March 30, 2012

So much to write about Day 2 at ISC West 2012, but here are some notes from the day:

Stanley held a luncheon reception to introduce the new combined leadership of Stanley CSS and Niscayah. The combined company serves 460,000 customers from 80 North American locations. The team includes: Marty Guay, VP-national accounts and market solutions; Mike Bishop VP-field operations; Pete Straka, VP-human resources; Steve Walker, VP ProtectionNet customer service centers; Damon Kanzler, VP-opeartions support; Joe Richards, VP-infomation technology, Felix Gonzales, VP-Strategic Initiatives& business development; Jim Kopplin, VP-field sales & integration leader; Tony Byerly, president North America; Ina Staris, senior legal counsel; John Nemorofsky, VP market solutions; Raymond Radis, VP-national accounts.

--I did a number of video interviews including ones with Jamie Haenggi, chief marketing and customer experience officer for Protection 1, where we talked about Protection 1's focus on national accounts.

--Sharon Shaw, PSA Security director of education filled me in on what's new at PSA-TEC this year for integrators.

--Kristen Simmons, founder of LiveSmart Security, and a veteran marketing executive of several Fortune 500 companies. Kristen will be delivering the keynote address at ESX this year and talking about the customer experience as the "next battleground" for security companies.

--Jay Hauhn, CTO for the newly named Tyco Integrated Security,  talked about what Tyco International's priorities once it splits into three separately companies and Tyco International becomes a pure play security and fire group for the first time.

I did several booth visits, but one of the most interesting was speaking to Yohav Stern, CEO of DVTEL. Stern talked about the company's new "TruWitness" product which turns a smartphone into a camera on your surveillance network. Stern also talked about how DVTel has changed in the past year since he assumed leadership. The  R& D team now has some simple but firm guidelines. Products being innovative is not enough, he said, they need to be reliable, scalable,  end-to-end solutions that are also open.

DVTel announces new management team members

SSN Staff  - 
07/18/2011

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—DVTel, a provider of smart video surveillance solutions, announced July 14 several key senior management appointments.
New members joining the management team include: Ami Amir as EVP of Marketing and Products; Dan Hochberg as VP of Global Business Development; and Alice Roth as VP of R&D.

DVTel CEO looks to ‘manage growth and scale business'

Interview with Yoav Stern
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03/31/2011

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—Yoav Stern told Security Systems News that he expects his experience in “global growth management, M&A, homeland security, and managing in many different cultural environments,” will help him in his new role as CEO and president of DVTel.