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Postal service taps Diebolds security program
NORTH CANTON, Ohio (9/11/08)--ATM manufacturer Diebold will implement a multi-site video security program for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) under a three-year agreement. Diebold Security will install cameras, encoders, software and networking equipment. It also will provide education and training with maintenance and support services at targeted postal service sites. Diebold will build the new security system on open architecture to allow for future expansion or reconfiguration. A federal government mandate requires all federal agencies to migrate their network systems to IPv6, which will replace the current IPv4 system. Diebold will install systems compatible with both protocols. The USPS relies on video security to combat robberies, burglaries and other security breaches indoors and outdoors, Diebold said. Diebold is a CUNA Strategic Services provider. For more information, use the resource link.
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