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CNL Software and Barco form technology partnership
 CNL Software and Barco strengthen the on-going technology CNL Software and Barco strengthen the on-going technology partnership.

CNL Software and Barco jointly provide a solution for one of the largest police forces in the UK

CNL Software, a world leader in Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) software, announces it has integrated with the MatrixPRO 8x8 DVI router by Barco, a global technology company that designs and develops visualisation solutions.

The integration strengthens the on-going technology partnership between the two companies, who are currently jointly providing a solution for one of the largest police forces in the UK.

Keith Bloodworth, CEO of CNL Software comments, "One of our greatest strengths is our ability to allow end users to choose the best of breed technology, and to do this we work closely with leading manufacturers."

"Barco is internationally renowned for their cutting edge visualisation technology, especially in mission critical environments such as command and control centers. We are pleased to work with them, and our integration with their technology will see us working on more command and control center deployments together in the near future."

Shane O'Reilly, Sales Manager for the Control Rooms and Simulation division at Barco commented "We have been working with CNL Software for a number of years, during this time our technologies have been jointly deployed in some of the world's largest integration projects. As leaders in their respective fields CNL Software and Barco are defining the control rooms of tomorrow."

The IPSecurityCenter™ platform is aimed at bridging the narrowing gap between physical security and IT. It creates network-centric, completely connected solutions that allow distributed intelligence - whether video, audio or data, with no proprietary restrictions. Answering the need to modernise aging physical security processes to meet new demands, it is being embraced by some of the leading organisations in the world.

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