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Dynamic Network Factory Forms IP Surveillance Division
[March 18, 2008]

Dynamic Network Factory Forms IP Surveillance Division

(Wireless News Via Thomson Dialog NewsEdge)
Dynamic Network Factory, a maker of high-performance network attached
storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), RAID and iSCSI systems,
has announced the formation of DNF Security, a new business division
that will capitalize on double-digit growth in the IP surveillance
market to provide customers with a complete centralized infrastructure
for managing cameras, video servers, camera management servers,
storage, and long distance communication.

Leveraging DNF Security's expertise, the company noted, traditional
surveillance and IT resellers can quickly deploy complete IP
surveillance solutions that are well-integrated and tested, while also
gaining a single source for support and procurement across the
management and storage infrastructure.

DNF Security has already formed a strategic partnership with Milestone
Systems, a world-leading developer of open platform IP video management
software. According to Robert Madej, newly appointed product manager
for DNF Security, the Milestone partnership gives the company access to
a sizeable network of specialized Milestone resellers.

"The Milestone management software has over 35,000 installs, and our
alliance offers channel partners and end-users a certified source for
management servers and storage infrastructure that support deployment
of Milestone IP surveillance solutions," Madej said. "With IP video now
defining the future of electronic surveillance, DNF Security's
high-availability technology is poised to support the rapidly expanding
demand for archiving, data storage and protection that is now shaping
the market."

DNF Security noted that it plans to offer soon a new line of end-to-end
IP surveillance solutions that delivers scalability and smaller form
factors than traditional analog alternatives. "DNF has been working
with surveillance customers for a number of years, through DNF Storage
and other DNF business units, and we have used their feedback to
develop targeted solutions addressing the key challenges for digital
video surveillance: capacity, availability, and managing the heavy load
from streaming media," said Madej.

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