Published on 14 May, 2008
| EVT and Mango DSP provide an ideal security solution |
EVT, a developer of networked video management and recording software, and Mango DSP, a leading provider of intelligent video servers for the CCTV, video surveillance and homeland security defense markets, have partnered to create a complete product integration of video management, multi-analytic servers and content analysis features. Both companies announced the integration of Mango's Raven line of multi-analytic servers that support up to 60 video channels, with EVT's Vertex video management and network video recording solution for medium and large-scale surveillance deployments.
Mango DSP seamless video server integration with multiple third-party analytics and security devices, is combined with EVT's software environment to enable maximum flexibility and adaptability to changing security requirements and threats. The joint solution, comprised of EVT's Vertex, integrated with Mango DSP's IVS 3.0, Intelligent Video Software, will be displayed at IFSEC, May 12-15, Booth 1014, Hall 6.
"This powerful integration demonstrates our commitment to security system integrators and designers. Combining video management, intelligent video servers, analytics and security systems, we deliver customized comprehensive off the shelf solutions for each site that can be expanded and modified according to changing requirements," said Oren Feldmann, VP Marketing and Sales EVT. "Furthermore, both EVT's video management software and Mango's multi-analytic servers are scalable, facilitating the transition to large-scale deployments and enabling easy migration from analog to IP networks."
"EVT's video management software is a wonderful example of the diversity of applications enabled by Mango DSP's powerful processing capabilities," said Daniel Peled Vice President of Sales and Business Development. "The joint solution along with Mango DSP's expanding product line puts us in a position to benefit from the industry's migration to IP video surveillance networks."