Published on 19 October, 2012
|Ascend's video surveillance focus position it well to represent OnSSI's IP software solutions
OnSSI, the market leader in open architecture, intelligent IP video surveillance software, has appointed Ascend Group as a new manufacturer's representative serving Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas.
Ascend Group, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, has operated in four states since 1997 and is known as an industry leader serving critical information users with next-generation technologies and cost-effective solutions. The rep firm's strong networking expertise and video surveillance focus position it well to represent OnSSI's IP video software solutions.
“We are pleased and excited to have the opportunity to represent OnSSI in our market. OnSSI’s position as a market leader and their go-to market strategy make this an excellent fit for our organisation,” said Mark Halleck, President at The Ascend Group. “We are looking forward to building on the solid foundation OnSSI has established in our market and providing increased awareness of their quality Video Management Solutions and product enhancements.”
“The accelerating transition to IP systems and increasing demand for video management software are a huge opportunity for OnSSI, and we are fortunate to have Ascend Group join our network of the industry's best representing OnSSI,” said Mulli Diamant, VP of Sales at OnSSI. “Their knowledge of a range of IP networking technologies makes them great representatives of OnSSI in these four states.”
OnSSI just released Version 3.5 of its flagship Ocularis IP video surveillance and security platform, including new features designed in response to industry changes and market demands. Better system management and performance optimisation include enhanced control of camera features and user access privileges and overall greater system flexibility. OnSSI also recently introduced Ocularis-X server software to enable web clients to access live and playback HD video streams from multiple megapixel cameras over limited bandwidth networks (3G/4G), broadband and the Internet.