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Phase 1 Technology to provide support for Pleora solutions

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Phase 1 Technology has agreed a deal with Pleora Technologies to give US-based OEMs and systems integrators skilled applications support for Pleora's video networking solutions for Sony block cameras.

Under the agreement, Phase 1 will distribute and provide applications support for these Pleora solutions in all US regions. The solutions transform Sony block cameras into high-performance, fully compliant GigE Vision and GenICam products, allowing them to transport imaging data over high-bandwidth Ethernet-based video networks in real-time, with low and consistent latency.

'Phase 1 has an experienced team of applications experts and a strong presence in the US industrial imaging community,' commented George Chamberlain, president of Pleora Technologies. 'The Phase 1 team is well equipped to advise OEMs and systems integrators on how Pleora's interface solutions for Sony block cameras can simplify deployments, improve efficiencies, and save money.'

'When combined with Pleora's solutions,' said Rusty Ponce de Leon, President of Phase 1 Technology, 'Sony's well-priced block cameras become ideal for opportunities in the medical, surveillance, and traffic markets that need video networking, ease of use, and a digital output. We are a leading US distributor of Sony block cameras, so this agreement is a good strategic fit for both companies.'

Pleora's networking solutions for Sony block cameras are based on the iPort SB-Pro IP engines and the eBUS SDK, with its eBUS Universal Pro driver.

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