KBC Networks has recently released a new generation of ThruLink products, a family of transmission devices which allow encrypted, real-time video and data to be streamed over public networks. ThruLink is now available in a series of throughput sizes for systems that range from single cameras to large-scale surveillance networks that use the internet or 3G/4G as the transmission medium. The new range includes embedded 3G/4G models that support live video transmission from patrol vehicles; units that can operate as a mini hub, and 200Mbs+, high capacity units.ThruLink is becoming a popular choice amongst government bodies, military organisations, banks and security companies who deem the technology to be very secure. It supports AES, Blowfish and Camellia encryption up to 256bit. The new generation of ThruLink products also allows meshed networks to be set up over a WAN, allowing direct connection without the need for central server authentication and, with improved management information, enables users to understand the status of all ThruLink devices on a network. Designed for low installation and running costs, ThruLink is straightforward to install and, to reduce unnecessary site visits, in the event of a network failure, ThruLink automatically re-connects once the network is re-established.The KBC Networks ThruLink family includes standard, standard plus, high capacity and high capacity plus units. Depending on the camera type and network, the standard capacity unit is recommended for 1-4 cameras, standard plus for up to 10 cameras, and high and high capacity plus units for 10+ cameras. The standard and standard plus units can be wall- or vehicle-mounted, and the two high capacity models are designed for a 19” rack. KBC Networks offers a range of IP, analogue fibre and wireless security products. Explore KBC Networks and ThruLink and learn more about the benefits of each system.