See barox cyber-secure, Hi-PoE video Ethernet switch solutions at The Security Event and Innovation Theatre


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barox Kommunikation AG, the global manufacturer of professional standard video switches, media converters and IP extenders specifically designed for video applications, will be exhibiting and presenting at The Security Event, NEC Birmingham, 7-9 September, stand 3a/L5.

Visitors to the barox stand will be able to find out how the company’s range of Switches made for Video can support installers and end users with a host of advanced features. Ideal for general and high-security video surveillance applications, such as public space, transportation hubs, distribution centres, arenas, CNI, prisons and shopping malls, all barox switches feature powerful built-in cybersecurity and highly-effective device management.

On the exhibition stand, barox will demonstrate its Milestone plug-in and switches integrated into Milestone’s VMS software, to display how the ‘Smart-barox’ DMS SNMP plug-in can greatly extend the inter-operability of Milestone XProtect Video Management Software.

“barox designs all of its products to address the high demands of video surveillance networks,” says Rudolf Rohr, barox Co-Founder & Managing Partner. “With respect to cybersecurity, thanks to the strong network hygiene and cybersecurity functions integrated into all barox RY switches, barox is proactively supporting installers and operators of video networks by protecting their video networks from attacks and failures.

“Enabling effective systems integration, barox integrates switch management into  Milestone XProtect, Advancis WinGuard and Siemens Siveillance VMS, so that users and installers are provided with a very useful video network tool. This enables them to reduce the time, effort and costs involved in setting-up and operating an IP video network. barox switches can also monitor and operate video network energy management too.

“The latest IP cameras are requiring more-and-more PoE power to be supplied via the network switch, but network designers face limitations in their choice of available hardware that can cope with that demand. At barox, we provide IEEE802.3bt standard solutions that cater for the demands of PoE heavy video applications.

“In the age of the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0, companies are increasingly relying on IP security and need to protect themselves from cyber-attacks. To find out more about solutions to these issues, please visit the barox stand, where the team will reveal the sophisticated personalised encryption techniques that can provide important safeguards for protecting sensitive data networks.”

In addition, to find out more about ‘Migration of CCTV into IP’, including Hi-PoE, system diagnostics, cybersecurity and sophisticated personalised encryption techniques, barox will be presenting at The Innovation Theatre at 10am, Thursday 9 September.

For more information on the barox range of professional video Switches made for Video, customers can visit or contact Clear Vision Technologies at, or Oprema at

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