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  • MOBOTIX Launches Cactus Concept for Cyber Security in Video Surveillance

    Content first published by MOBOTIX - Jan 2018 -

    Industry leading security measures, independent testing and raised user awareness vital in protecting security systems.

  • BGW Technologies to distribute Madison’s Rapid Deployment Camera Units

    19 March 2018

    Australian communication technologies company Madison Technologies, today announced a new re-seller agreement with specialist security wholesaler BGW Technologies, that sees BGW become the first officially appointed distributor of Madison’s mRDC Rapid Deployment Camera.

  • Garland Fire Resistant Cable Range

    Garland, a well-known and respected brand in the cable industry, and owned and operated by Madison Technologies, are proud to introduce a new Fire Resistant Cable Range. View
  • ATEN Vive Cooking School Case Study

    VIVE Cooking School uses ATEN’s video distribution technology. View
  • Firmware Changes | v1.7.8.1 to v1.7.8.4

    As at 14 February 2018

    Cybertec Firmware Version has been released for select Series 2000 devices.

  • Madison Technologies Broadcast & AV to distribute Yamaha Commercial Installation Products

    Tuesday 30th January 2018:  Madison Technologies, a value-added distributor of Broadcast & AV Technology solutions, is proud to announce the addition of Yamaha Commercial Installation Solutions and Professional Audio products to their growing portfolio of AV solutions. View
  • Congratulations to our Update Your Details Competition Winner

    ​We're excited and proud to announce the winner of the Update your Details competition. View
  • Cybertec Firmware Version Released

    As at 1 December 2017

    Cybertec Firmware Version is now available for Models 2455, 2455X, 2155X/2255X & 2155/2255.  

  • Hearing Loop System Enquiry Form

    Help us plan your Induction Loop project. Fill in the form below, email your floorplans or specifications to and we'll provide you with a bill of materials and quote.  View
  • Why You Should Put Building Services and IT on One Converged Network Infrastructure?

    The network infrastructure should be considered our 4th Utility. We readily apply consistent design principles to electricity, water and gas infrastructure and naturally assume this is a shared resource for the entire building. 

  • Taking the lead on Smart Building Integration

    You don’t have to look too far these day to be confronted with several developments across the Smart Building landscape. 

  • Madison Technologies Broadcast & AV partners with HDi

    Madison Technologies, a value added distributor of Broadcast & AV technologies is proud to announce an official agreement with HDi to distribute their range of HDi PCAP 360 Touch Screens and wireless Connection kits throughout Australia.
  • Madison Technologies expands IoT device portfolio with Shepelec Business Acquisition

    • Madison Technologies, one of Australia's leading product manufacturers and distributor of communications technology, has acquired the business and assets of Shepelec Instrumentation, a Victorian-based instrumentation and IoT device manufacturer and distributor
    • Australian product design, Australian manufacture. An Australian IoT (Internet of Things) Solution
  • Madison Technologies Celebrates 25 years

    There is cause for celebration at Australian specialist distributor, Madison Technologies this year as it celebrates twenty-five years of operation.

    An idea sparked from a change in the telecommunications industry has morphed into a stalwart of Australia’s communications distribution industry, employing over 100 people across Australia and New Zealand. 

  • Madison reaches new heights with Brisbane Skytower Project.

    Skytower is the tallest residential tower in Brisbane soaring to 90 storys above the heart of the CBD. Stylish in design, the building is also benefitting from the latest technology infrastructure that supports integrated communications and smart building services capabilities. Madison Technologies has a long history in structured cabling solutions and Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) design.

  • Why organisations need smart building infrastructure

    Smart buildings demand robust infrastructure that is available, reliable, cost-effective and otherwise suited to their mission-critical role. They rely on the Internet of Things and the organisation’s existing network, so it’s essential to put the right strategy in place to adequately support the demands of smart buildings.

    While smart buildings can be viewed as just another app on the network, they are in fact more complex than that. Smart buildings will likely present a number of very demanding requirements, depending upon venue and specific functions. These demands can include coverage, capacity and cost control.

    Smart building network requirements to address coverage, capacity and cost control needs include:

    1. Wired network

    Smart building applications run transparently across existing Ethernet infrastructure, apart from the additional network traffic. It’s important to avoid proprietary networks, wireless technologies other than Wi-Fi and unusual system architectures.

    The potential pitfalls can include complex and difficult installations and deployments, limited functionality, limited support, rapid obsolescence and increased capital and operating expenses. Leveraging the existing network is key. The software-defined network (SDN) will also play an increasingly important role in organisational networks going forward, and smart building applications will be among the first to benefit from this evolution.

    2. Wireless network

    The standard access points already in place to provide IP services to end users can easily handle smart building operations without modifications. However, a few more APs may be required to assure coverage across the entire facility.

    Wave 2-based APs will have more than sufficient capacity, so the work involved here will be limited to examining traffic flows over time, tuning system settings using analytics tools and minor changes to operational policies.

    Most commercial-grade smart building devices will use Wi-Fi to leverage the network already in place. It’s not cost-effective to use proprietary, limited and ad-hoc building automation solutions that have traditionally been deployed. And, given that the performance differential between wired and wireless at the edge of the network is now as minimal as it’s ever been, the real challenge here will be related to coverage, not throughput or capacity.

    3. IT and network management and operations

    Deploying smart building services presents an excellent opportunity to reconsider current network operations solutions. This is not because smart buildings necessarily represent a massive increase in workload for operations staff, but because it’s always a good idea to review the network when adding new, mission-critical applications.

    Contemporary management systems can include: cloud-based deployments for access-anywhere convenience and productivity; centralised and uniform access control; policy-based strategies that minimise configuration efforts; APIs for extensibility, customisation and futureproofing; monitoring and enforcement of appropriate regulatory policies; and unified operating and control software implementations across all functional units.

    4. Security

    Physical and information security demands require careful consideration. Some organisations have minimised security requirements for smart building elements due to the belief that things such as light bulbs don’t present any security challenges. However, all networks and the systems and solutions that depend on them must be hardened against attacks, single points of failure and even the unforeseen and unknown threat.

    The key starting point here is an organisational security policy. The security capabilities of the network itself are also important, including access control, authentication, identity management and traffic encryption. For example, wireless motion detectors, security cameras and badge or other ID readers can be used to continuously and cost-effectively monitor any part of a structure.

    The trend is clear: every building is going to be a smart building. The key to smart building success is in leveraging network infrastructure with the coverage and management to make this outcome a reality.

  • Madison Technologies Expands APAC Profile with NZ Distribution Hub

    Set to open its doors in mid-March, the Penrose-based Madison Technologies office and warehouse will become home to a range of international brands, technologies and applications and will strategically position Madison Technologies to provide its dealers and wholesalers with technologies and solutions to grow their businesses. View
  • Madison Technologies Head Office is moving house

    From 6th March 2017, Madison Technologies Head Office address will be 61 Metroplex Ave, Murarrie, Queensland, 4172. Read more for details on the move and new address details.

  • Hot new partnership agreement benefits Australian thermal users.

    9 November 2016

    Australian technology distributor Madison Technologies, today announced a new partnership with global IP Camera solutions manufacturer Mobotix, that sees the company become the preferred Mobotix thermal partner for Australia.

  • Madison Tech awarded “Fearless” Supplier at nbn™ Strategic Supplier Summit 2016 for Aust Innovation

    On Thursday the 8th of September, Madison Technologies was awarded the “Fearless” Supplier award at the nbn™ Strategic Supplier Summit, held at the new Sydney development at Barangaroo in the KPMG Office. 


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