May 31, 2012

              Basler and Fluidmesh Networks Announce Technology Partnership

              We are pleased to announce our latest technology partnership with Fluidmesh Networks, a worldwide leader in wireless video-surveillance systems based on mesh networking technology. Fluidmesh focuses on the development of top-quality wireless products for security, video-surveillance, condition monitoring, and data communication in large areas at risk.

              “Our IP cameras are highly compatible with the Fluidmesh system, allowing end users to take full advantage of our IP cameras’ capabilities,” notes Björn Weber, Product Manager at Basler. “Even with efficient compression formats, you need a reliable network able to handle the large amount of data that 5 megapixel cameras deliver. Fluidmesh delivers that.”

              “We are pleased to partner with Basler,” adds Cosimo Malesci, co-founder and Vice President of Fluidmesh Networks. “Together, we offer a superior solution for demanding video surveillance applications.”


              About Fluidmesh Networks, Inc.

              Fluidmesh Networks is the worldwide leader in wireless systems for security, industrial, and mission-critical applications. Its range of solutions covers point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, and mesh networks with an unparalleled level of reliability, flexibility, and ease of use. The company is focused on the development of top-quality wireless products for security, video-surveillance, condition monitoring, and data communication in large areas at risk. Fluidmesh Networks' target markets are municipalities, industrial plants, schools, seaports and marinas, archaeological sites, resorts, theme parks, and racing tracks.

              Founded by a team of researchers and engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA, and the Politecnico of Milan in Italy, Fluidmesh Networks serves its customers worldwide from its headquarters in Boston, and from its European office based in Italy.

              For further information visit www.fluidmesh.com.

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