Secaucus, NJ — September 6, 2007 — Panasonic Security Systems, a leader in professional video surveillance and security systems for 50 years, has announced the enrollment of AMAG Technology in the Panasonic Solution Developer Network (PSDN) program.

The alliance joins two leading suppliers of advanced networking products and technologies–Panasonic, with their i-Pro Series of intelligent and professional IP video surveillance products, and AMAG Technology, with their Symmetry Video Management System, offering a flexible and intelligent solution for the integration of video surveillance and access control systems.

According to Michael Maddox, System Sales Engineer and PSDN Program Manager for Panasonic, the PSDN Program is designed to offer AMAG and other PSDN participants the development tools, technical information, and protocols to encourage and accelerate the development of integrated and interoperable system solutions for a variety of applications.

?The trend towards integrated systems operating on a networked platform requires the cooperation of companies with differing core expertise to work more closely together, in order to provide users with more efficient security solutions,? said Mr. Maddox. ?We are pleased to have AMAG join our PSDN Program and believe their Symmetry Video solution offers a comprehensive feature set to accompany our i-Pro IP cameras.?

Through its ?Open Infrastructure? strategic initiative and the PSDN Program, Panasonic is helping to provide end users with security technology hardware and software solutions that work seamlessly together.

?Customers will find this a powerful integration solution that provides leading edge technology on both fronts–access control and video,? said AMAG Technology President Bob Sawyer. ?The PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology from Panasonic is scalable, cost-efficient, and saves time, while their imaging expertise provides the precise, high resolution images that customers demand.?

The Symmetry Video smart software is based on open platform technology and allows the seamless integration of Panasonic´s i-Pro cameras, as well as building and intrusion systems, with AMAG?s innovative access control system. It?s a user friendly and scalable solution and allows the migration from analog to digital at a managed pace. Additionally, the Symmetry Edge Network Video Servers (ENVS) provide a powerful option for live video management and centralized storage of video from the ENVS and Panasonic´s i-Pro IP cameras.

For more information contact Panasonic Security Systems by calling toll free
1-866-PAN-CCTV (1-866-726-2288) or visiting or

For more information contact AMAG Technology by calling 800-316-7465 or visiting

About AMAG Technology
AMAG Technology?s Symmetry Security Management Solutions can be found in a wide spectrum of markets: government, commercial, education, transportation, healthcare, retail and banking. Based out of Torrance, California with sales and support located throughout the US, AMAG sells its products through its valued resellers throughout North America. AMAG Technology is part of G4Tec, a leading manufacturer of scalable, integrated security management systems headquartered in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England. AMAG Technology has been at the leading edge of access control technology for over 30 years. Here today, from tomorrow–Symmetry.

About Panasonic
Panasonic System Solutions Company, Unit of Panasonic Corporation of North America, is a world leader in analog and IP video surveillance solutions through its Panasonic Security Systems division. Core, cutting-edge technology developments include Super Dynamic III with intelligent camera features, and expanding networking capabilities of the i-Pro Series of intelligent and professional IP products. Based in Secaucus, NJ, Panasonic Corporation of North America is the principal North American subsidiary of Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (NYSE:MC) of Japan. Information about Panasonic Security Systems is available at
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