World Phone launches Cyclops

World Phone Internet Services has announced the launch of Cyclops.

Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 19, 2010 5:30:27 pm

World Phone Internet Services has announced the launch of Cyclops,India’s first true Remote Video Surveillance System,that offers advanced remote surveillance and recording capabilities compared to legacy analog based closed circuit television (CCTV) systems.

The launch of Cyclops marks the foray of World Phone into the physical security systems market in India,which is expected to touch $3.5 Billion within next few years growing at a CAGR of 30%.

Priced,packaged and easy to install like a consumer electronic product,Cyclops is optimized for 24/7 surveillance and comes ready with Weatherproof Cameras with Night Vision and can record over 2 years of continuous video.

A user can view live or recorded footage anywhere in the world by logging onto any computer connected to the internet or even on his Blackberry or iPhone! Available as a complete packaged system with options of 4-8-16 cameras,Cyclops is available at a price starting as low as Rs. 44,999 only!

Said Aditya Ahluwalia,Chairman,World Phone Internet Services Private Limited,”We are proud to introduce Cyclops,which is perhaps the most affordable and feature-packed remote surveillance system in the market today. We are confident that it will find preference with the discerning customers and offer them the true feeling of security.”

The 500 GB hard drive budled with Cyclops can hold up to 2 years of continuous video and is optimized for 24/7 surveillance. The hard drives used in the Cyclops Remote Surveillance Systems are specifically designed for high capacity writing,which ensures long product life and accurate video data storage. Cyclops allows seamless transfer of recorded footage directly to a PC using the included USB cable and view and archive video effortlessly with the included software.

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