IP-based surveillance soln

By : |April 11, 2007 0

Features: Cisco has announced the launch of latest IP-based video surveillance product portfolio.

Cisco’s new IP surveillance camera, a scalable video recording and storage platform, and enhanced video surveillance software provide greater security scalability, and are easily integrated with other security and business systems to enhance the value of video, Cisco said in a statement.

                                 

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Additionally these products enable a smooth migration from analog to network-based deployments, and interoperate with third-party storage, the statement added.

The new products use the IP network as a platform for accessing video, and transforming disparate legacy security systems to be more collaborative and responsive. The surveillance solution enables live or recorded video to be accessed by authorized users from virtually anywhere at any time through the IP network.

Mark Farino, general manager of Cisco’s Converged Security Infrastructure Business Unit, said, "By utilizing the IP network, businesses can align security with overall corporate goals. Such a transformation makes security organizations more effective and strategic to their businesses."

"Improving the efficiency of traditional analog video surveillance systems by adding new IP functions and services will dramatically improve operational effectiveness and productivity in safety and security applications for healthcare, retail, public sector, and the gaming industry to name a few," Farino added

The new Cisco IP camera, and the scalable mass storage recording services platform are scheduled to be available by the end of May 2007. New feature enhancements in Cisco Stream Manager Software version 5.0 are available to existing customers at no extra cost and will be supported on Cisco IP gateways, services platforms and integrated services platforms, Cisco statement said.

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