Ingram Micro beefs up IP surveillance range 
Hikvision cameras grow physical security roster.
RIP Sanyo 
Panasonic confirms that Sanyo will soon cease to be.
The eyes have it 
Opinion: There's opportunities galore now that snooping's been made legal.
Apple iPad 2, was it worth queuing for? 
The iPad 2 was launched in Australia on March 25.
Which DSLR? The just-released Canon EOS 600D vs Nikon D3100 
This week, Canon unveiled the latest member of its award-winning DSLR family, the EOS 600D. If you're looking for top of the line entry-level DSLR, how does the 600D compare to ...
CES 2010: Casio fleshes out imaging plans 
New cameras, mercury-free projectors on display.
 Zylotech administrator winds up future projects 
Outcome for security firm close to resolution.
Ted’s Cameras buys HP photo printers 
Rolls out technology across 22 stores.
The 101 greatest Web sites you've never seen, plus 13 digital cameras tested 
Our major group test of 13 compact digital cameras from the big brands, plus affordable laptops, the 101 Greatest websites you've never seen and more, are in the new issue of ...
Mexico Airport Authority buys Fluke infared cameras to scan for swine flu 
In a deal worth half a million US dollars, the thermal imagers show temperatures that are higher than normal that could indicate infection such as H1N1 influenza A, or swine flu.
Samsung adds four new cameras to its consumer range 
Samsung Electronics has unveiled four new digital cameras at the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Sony recalls 350,000 digital cameras 
Warped Cyber Shot case causes cuts and scratches.
Ingram Micro enters into security surveillance arena 
Swann Communication hopes to utilise Ingram Micro’s ‘logisitcs skills’ to help distribute its products.
Still good growth in digital cameras: Canon 
Sales growth in the digital still camera (DSC) market will continue even though the market has “slowed” as it reaches maturity, according to Canon’s senior category manager ...
Canon to develop fuel cells for printers, cameras 
Japan's Canon said it has developed tiny fuel cells that it hopes will start replacing conventional batteries to power some of its digital cameras and printers in three years.
IP video hits 'tipping point' 
IP video surveillance has reached a 'tipping point' of market acceptance as analogue CCTV systems start to give way to a new generation of IP-based security cameras, according ...
Axis to snap up more resellers 
Swedish digital network camera and server maker Axis Communications is seeking to add as many IT resellers as possible to its Solution Partner and Premium Partner program.
PC shipments fall; cameras, plasma TVs, music players rise 
Dazzled by all the new digital gadgets, holiday shoppers are expected to buy up cameras, plasma TVs, music players and other consumer devices, rather than replace the old PC ...
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.