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VideoIQ Wins Network Products Guide Reader Trust Award for Best in Physical Security

VideoIQ iCVR Selected as 2009 Best Products and Services Winner in Physical Security

BEDFORD, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/19/09 -- VideoIQ , the inventor of the world's first and only intelligent surveillance camera with a built-in DVR, announced today that Network Products Guide has named VideoIQ a winner of the 2009 Best Products and Services Award. This respected annual award honors products and services that represent the rapidly changing needs and interests of technology end-users worldwide. As part of the tech industry's leading global awards program, this year's Best Products and Services winners were nominated from all over the world. The VideoIQ iCVR was the selected winner in the physical security category.

Driven by next-generation analytics, the VideoIQ iCVR combines automated event detection, a built-in DVR and integrated video management into a single solution -- a combination that delivers real-time threat detection and solves the bandwidth and storage problems of traditional IP cameras. The iCVR is also the only intelligent solution in the industry that requires no tuning or calibration -- users can simply plug it in and begin using it immediately.

"VideoIQ is committed to meeting customer needs by providing them with a dynamic, real-time system for early warning and proactive security protection, while at the same time significantly cutting their costs," said Scott Schnell, CEO and president of VideoIQ. "These awards go to the very best technology products and we are honored that the VideoIQ iCVR is among them."

Last month, VideoIQ announced that it had won the 2009 Tomorrow's Technology Today Award, issued by Info Security Products Guide. The VideoIQ iCVR was selected based on the positive impact it is having in helping organizations protect against today's highly sophisticated and blended security attacks.

"Increased end-user awareness and ongoing advances in technology are helping shape better products and services," says Rake Narang, editor-in-chief, Network Products Guide. "VideoIQ is delivering these advancements to the intelligent IP video surveillance industry with its cutting-edge iCVR solution."

About Network Products Guide Awards

Network Products Guide is a media sponsor of Interop Las Vegas and New York and Technosium Executive Forums engaging Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs). As industry's leading technology research and advisory publication, it plays a vital role in keeping decision makers and end-users informed of the choices they can make in all areas of information technology. You will discover a wealth of information and tools in this guide including the best products and services, roadmaps, industry directions, technology advancements and independent product evaluations that facilitate in making the most pertinent technology decisions impacting business and personal goals. The guide follows conscientious research methodologies developed and enhanced by industry experts. To learn more, visit www.networkproductsguide.com

About VideoIQ

VideoIQ is the inventor of the world's first and only intelligent surveillance camera with a built-in DVR. The VideoIQ iCVR combines automated event detection, a built-in DVR and integrated video management into a single solution -- all driven by next-generation analytics. The result is the simplest, most proactive video surveillance solution -- with a low TCO -- to keep your organization and its most important assets safe, whether you need one camera or 1,000. Additionally, the VideoIQ HD family of video analyzers delivers the industry's best detection accuracy for conventional analog cameras of all types, requiring human response only when a real event takes place. The company is backed by top-tier investors Atlas Venture, Matrix Partners, and Tenaya Capital. Learn more at www.videoiq.net.

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