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Next Level Security Systems Provides First Glimpse of New Technologies at ASIS Seminar & Exhibits

Next Level Security Systems (www.nlss.com), a provider of a new breed of unified, networked security solutions, will highlight the next evolution of its open platform, IP-based security technologies at the 2011 ASIS International Seminar & Exhibits in Orlando, Fla., Sept, 19-21, 2011. At booth #2373, seminar attendees can get a first look at the newly released NLSS Gateway 2.2, an upgraded version of the company’s flagship technology, which integrates video management, IP access control, 10 distinct video analytics, remote managed services and intrusion detection into a single appliance. In addition, Next Level will provide a preview of upcoming product enhancements including an enterprise-class security management platform and mobile applications.

“With the NLSS Gateway 2.2, we have significantly improved functionality and feature sets that can help users streamline investigations and increase situational awareness all while managing the system from anywhere,” said Peter Jankowski, Chairman and CEO, Next Level Security Systems. “The NLSS Gateway continues to be the most cost effective security management solution available today and the ASIS conference presents a terrific opportunity to showcase our technology differentiators to prospective and current partners and customers.”

Conference events

ASIS conference attendees are invited to view demonstrations of Next Level’s technologies and meet the executive team during Next Level’s cocktail reception at its booth, #2373, on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011, from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Attendees can also hear insights from Jumbi Edulbehram, Vice President of Business Development, Next Level Security Systems, as part of a panel discussion on the retail loss prevention market. The panel, “Crisis Management, Technology Update and Management Effectiveness” will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011, from 1:45 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Next Level’s open platforms enable integration with a host of industry leading technology companies. Attendees can view and demo a combined Next Level-Sony solution including the NLSS Gateway and the NLSS HD Media Decoder at the Next Level booth #2373 and the Sony booth #2127.

“Working closely with innovators like Next Level complements Sony’s strategy of delivering market-wise solutions that anticipate, meet and exceed expectations for customers,” said Mark Collett, General Manager, Sony Security Systems Division. “Ultimately, we are in the business of helping end users achieve their goals. Having an in-depth understanding of their business through teaming with fellow market-savvy companies like Next Level is how we deliver real solutions, real innovation, real value.”

Throughout the conference, Next Level will demonstrate its advanced IP-based security devices alongside products from its esteemed industry partners including Arecont Vision, ASSA ABLOY, Axis Communications, Bosch Security Systems, EMC, HID Global, Hikvision, IQinVision, Mercury Security, Panasonic, Pelco and Vivotek.

About Next Level Security Systems

Next Level Security Systems is a physical security company delivering a new breed of unified networked security technologies. The NLSS Gateway, Next Level’s flagship product, is an award-winning, IP-based security management platform that integrates video management, access control, video analytics and remote management into a single appliance. It is successfully used in the retail, commercial, education, transportation and government markets. All of Next Level’s products, sold through distribution worldwide, combine the performance, sophistication and functionality of enterprise-class security systems into a compact, unified and affordable solution. For more information, visit http://www.nlss.com.

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