Videocon Wallcam and Vodafone launch the 4G bundled CCTV solutions

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Videocon Wallcam shared the stage with Vodafone for the launch of its 4G bundled CCTV products. The products that have been announced include a 4G enabled vehicle surveillance kit and stand-alone 4G enabled Outdoor and indoor CCTV cameras. Both the products offer a 4G sim slot in order to support 4G connectivity.

Videocon Wallcam and Vodafone launch the 4G bundled CCTV solutions

The vehicle surveillance kit consists of vibration resistant, shockproof and vandal proof 2 Megapixel resolution CCTV cameras along with vibration resistant Digital video recorder (DVR).

The stand-alone 4G CCTV cameras have 2MP resolution and will be 4G and Wifi enabled. They support onboard memory card of up to 64GB capacity.The key features of both the products include night vision, motion detection, Wi-fi connectivity and alarm system.

Mr. Arvind Bali, CEO at Videocon Telecom stated at the launch, "We are pleased to partner with Vodafone for this industry first 4G bundled CCTV solution. For any IoT based solution, seamless connectivity for the connected devices is the key, and our obvious choice basis their global IoT expertise and experience was Vodafone. 4G connectivity will make CCTV solution ubiquitous and will change the way this solution will be used. CCTV cameras will no longer be limited to stationary and Wi-fi/broadband enabled places."

Whereas, Mr. Sunil Sood, MD & CEO of Vodafone India stated "Vodafone is a global leader in IoT with over 50 million IoT connections. Following the successful deployment of IoT solutions in India across Healthcare, Automotive, Manufacturing, Utilities, Transportation and Logistics, we are delighted to partner with Videocon Wallcam to introduce India's first 4G enabled & bundled CCTV solution. Our exclusive, proprietary platform for IoT, powered by Vodafone SuperNet 4G will deliver a convenient and seamless user experience."



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