The solutions will include intelligent video management software and systems from March Networks VideoSphere portfolio along with Sun Fire x64 servers.
These allow organizations to deploy surveillance applications like video analytics besides managing the convergence of IP video technologies with optimum IT infrastructure.
Organizations looking for next generation surveillance technologies to run over IP networks require integrated solutions and a flexible architecture that can scale to their needs.
March Networks’ VideoSphere Intelligent Video management portfolio allows customers to deploy all-IP video solutions or hybrid video networks which include both analog and IP cameras on the existing cable infrastructure itself. Also, organizations can install Sun Fire X4500 and X4150 servers for high density video recording and storage in both the environments.
The Sun Fire X4500 and X4150 servers are highly energy efficient, fast and reliable servers and provide savings on power and cooling and are compatible with all operating systems like Solaris 10 OS, Linux and Windows.
Also, the Sun Fire x64 servers, which can work with Sun StorageTek solutions for delivering nearly 48 Terabytes of storage capacity, is capable of interoperating with VideoSphere Video Management System software to enable the retention of high resolution video from all cameras
“March Networks’ video management expertise is well recognized in the surveillance industry,” said Joe Heel, Senior Vice President, Global Storage Practice at Sun Microsystems.
“By combining these capabilities with storage systems that deliver the highest storage density available, Sun is leading the industry in enabling customers to easily manage demanding, high-bandwidth applications, reduce system complexity and optimize data storage."
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