LAS VEGAS, USA (AVING Special Report on 'ISC West 2008') -- <Visual News> Seoul Commtech(www.scommtech.com, CEO Bo-Soon Song) has its sights set on capturing the North American market. The company has participated in 2008 ISC-West, a security product fair held in Las Vegas, for 3 days from April 2 to April 4, 2008.
Seoul Commtech exhibits its wide range of home network systems for security, lighting, heating, and cooling, and parking control/access control systems using CCTV, and digital door locks.
As a large volume of buyers from the US and the pan-Asian regions visits the exhibition, Seoul Commtech aims to focus on penetrating the North American home security market by securing customers and partners, based on its past export achievements in China, Japan, and the Southeast Asian nations.
Seoul Commtech’s Chief of Executive Officer Bo-Soon Song said, "We plan to use this conference as a platform to boost the global recognition of our EZON brand of security products, which feature the world’s best home network technology, and are truly world-leading security products."
Meanwhile, the digital door lock that SEOUL COMMTECH plans to exhibit at the fair, ‘EZON’ is the world’s thinnest digital door lock. Its thickness has been reduced to 21mm, which is almost half the thickness of Seoul Commtech’s previous generation of products. The EZON provides a unique user experience, with its touch-sensitive special tempered black glass instead of the keypad covers generally used.
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