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IP camera and encoder manufacturer, Mango DSP, all for standardisation of networked video; joins ONVIF

Published on 16 March, 2010
IP camera and encoder manufacturer, Mango DSP, comes out in full support of standardisation of networked video
The Mango DSP product line of encoders and soon to come IP cameras provide complete security solutions
Mango DSP, Inc - the leading developer and manufacturer of analytic ready, DSP based intelligent video servers announced that the company joined the ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) to support global standardisation for networked video.

The Mango DSP product line of encoders and soon to come IP cameras powered by MATE's video content analysis algorithms, provides complete security solutions for all types of installations. Mango DSP offers state of the art edge encoding, storage and video content analysis products for both analogue and IP cameras.

"As a major provider of OEM solutions, Mango DSP joins the forum with a commitment to our partners to provide products that are ONVIF-conformant and follow the global interface standards for network and video interoperability," says Daniel Peled, Executive Vice President of Sales at Mango DSP.

ONVIF is a global and open industry forum leading the adoption of a comprehensive standardisation initiative for the interface of network video products. It promotes standardised communications between network devices regardless of the manufacturer in order to facilitate implementation of various vendors' video equipment in the same surveillance system.


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