BEIJING, September 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Vimicro International Corporation (NASDAQ: VIMC) (“Vimicro” or the “Company”), a leading video surveillance technology and solution provider in China, today announced that its joint venture, Shanxi Zhongtianxin Science and Technology Co. Ltd. (“Zhongtianxin”), has won a contract to provide SVAC-compliant video surveillance cameras and system to the Traffic Police Detachment of Taiyuan for RMB76 million, or USD12.4 million approximately. The project is expected to be completed by early 2015.
“We are pleased to have won this contract to supply our SVAC-compliant video surveillance products and system to the Taffic Police Detachment of Taiyuan, following our successful implementation of Phase I of Tiawang,” commented Dr. John Deng, Vimicro’s Chairman and CEO. “This contract win validates further adoption of SVAC national video surveillance standard from public security video surveillance system to local traffic control monitoring in Shanxi Province. As the only proven provider of SVAC technology and solutions in the marketplace, Vimicro will continue to leverage its first-mover advantages to capitalize on the megatrend of SVAC national standard adoption by the government, to further establish itself as a leading player in China’s video surveillance market.”
Peter Li, CFO of Vimicro, commented, “In the meantime, we have won the competitive bidding of Phase II Tiawang for Taiyuan City of Shangxi Province, which will be announced at future due time.”
About Vimicro International Corporation
Vimicro International Corporation (NASDAQ: VIMC) is a leading video surveillance technology and solution provider that designs, develops and markets a full range of video surveillance products and solutions to governments, private enterprises, and consumers in China. Vimicro co-developed SVAC (Surveillance Video and Audio Coding), the national video surveillance technological standard, which demonstrates its unique strengths in proprietary multimedia IC technology, making it a leader in China’s fast-growing security and surveillance market. Vimicro is headquartered in Beijing, China and has subsidiaries and offices throughout China and in Silicon Valley. Vimicro’s ADSs each represent four ordinary shares and are traded on the NASDAQ Global Market exchange under the ticker symbol “VIMC.”
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