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In what can be regarded as value for money campaign BT Redcare says customers can now benefit from using Digital (RS1000D) where they are looking to move to an IP CCTV solution or they need an IP backhaul solution to complement their existing services. The BT Redcare spokesperson said if customers were wondering how to add value, or generate revenue, from their CCTV operation, Digital (RS1000D) could be used to drive numerous applications including IP-based services such as help terminals, advertising displays and bus stop information.

 

Mike Routh, Head of Surveillance Sales at BT Redcare says: “With over 26 years’ experience in providing CCTV services, a full range of transmission options and new pricing on our Digital (RS1000D) service, we are able to advise companies on the best option to meet their requirements. We are also offering customers a review of their CCTV infrastructure, allowing them to take advantage of their existing infrastructure and build a roadmap that will meet their current and future needs.”