Axis Communications have Made World to Experience the Technology of Digital Video Surveillance

How To Became Market Leader as Axis Communications:   Axis Communications is the market leader in network video and a driving force behind the shift from analog to digital video surveillance, which paves the way for a more secure, smarter and safer world. The company was founded in 1984 and has more than 40 locations around the world. They have 1,400 employees that help the company operate in 179 countries.

Their sales increased by 17 percent in 2012 and by 14 percent in local currencies.

They were the first company to launch a network camera in 1996 and today they offer network cameras, video encoders, software and accessories and provide a unique global service to end customers in connection with installation and use of the products.

The company focuses on research and development operations. They have about 550 engineers working in the headquarters in Lund. Their video products are used in many environments in order to create a safer, smarter, and more secure world. One of their latest milestones was when Axis signed the UN Global Compact and entered into a contract to observe the UN’s ten principles covering human rights, labor law, environment and anti-corruption.

Some of the accessories the company offers are mounting accessories, housing & cabinets, casings and covers, lenses, installation displays, illuminators, power over Ethernet, media converters, joysticks and control boards, I/O & audio, and network cable couple indoor network video products.

With all the products they offer the company is able to provide their customers with superior image quality, intelligent applications, secure axis communication, smart system solutions, easy installation and efficient operation. The company has also been able to globally partner up with 800 application development partners to ensure tightly integrated software solutions for Axis video product.


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