IPVideo Corporation Expands International Footprint With Ingram Micro
Signaling solid and continued growth worldwide, IPVideo Corporation announced that it will further expand into international markets in partnership with distribution partner Ingram Micro to drive the sale of IPVideo’s portfolio of products, solutions, and services. Recruitment of partners will take place at the 2022 International Security Expo.
IPVideo Corporation is expanding its search for new partners and integrators in the security, networking, and HVAC spheres to promote its award-winning offerings, including the HALO IoT Smart Sensor, within the education, healthcare, public safety, distribution, and commercial property markets.
“As momentum continues to build throughout global markets for our flagship HALO Smart Sensor and other industry-leading solutions, we’re pleased to be partnering with Ingram Micro and confident in their ability to help strengthen distribution efforts and drive international revenue,” said IPVideo Regional Channel Sales Manager, EMEA, Rick Huneidi. “We are looking forward to meeting with potential partners at ISE 2022 in London this September where they will be able to witness firsthand, why the HALO Smart Sensor was chosen by thousands of facilities around the world as a trusted safety, security, and health device.”
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The HALO Smart Sensor has received over sixty product awards, including Security Product of the Year. Having originally gained notoriety as the #1 vaping and vaping with THC detection device, the product continues to evolve to meet the advanced needs of today’s markets. Its latest version, the HALO Smart Sensor 3C is a multi-function device with enhanced features to capture comprehensive health, safety and vaping awareness. In the areas of health and safety, HALO serves as a vape detector, an air quality monitor, and a complete security device for privacy areas where cameras and microphones are not desired or permitted.
With a single device, HALO provides building health monitoring, indoor air quality monitoring, vape and THC detection, gunshot detection, emergency keyword alerting, audible alerting, panic button alerting, emergency escape and alert lighting, motion detection, occupancy alerting, chemical alerting, VOC alerting, tamper alerting, as well as light level, temperature, humidity, and pressure alerting. The device also has optional people counting and custom sensor capabilities.
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