Razberi Technologies — a leading developer of network video solutions for professional video surveillance and security applications — will exhibit at the 10th annual Milestone Integration Platform Symposium (MIPS) Feb. 24-25 at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. At the 2014MIPS, Razberi Technologies was named “Technology Partner of the Year” for its integration of Milestone XProtect and Milestone Arcus software with razberi™ ServerSwitch™ appliances.
Milestone Systems – the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS) – hosts MIPSannually for hundreds of security professionals. The event is a unique and educational networking opportunity specially designed for sales and integration partners with a focus on IP video surveillance. MIPS has become an industry event bringing the top integrators, camera manufacturers, and software developers to a full 2-day event for networking and education.
Razberi Technologies Chief Executive Officer Tom Galvin said the partnership between Razberi and Milestone has been a great success, maximizing the best in each product to deliver a superior video surveillance solution.
“We were honored to have been recognized as a Milestone Technology Partner of The Year last year, and we look forward to this year’s MIPS to again share how our razberi™ ServerSwitch™ products help foster deeper integrations with our technology partners,” said Galvin. “Our technology offers a value proposition that, when combined with other technologies such as Milestone’s VMS, provides scalability and flexibility in the security industry marketplace.”
The razberi™ ServerSwitch™ combines a network video recorder, a PoE switch, storage, and VMS in one easy-to-use and easy-to-install appliance. The ServerSwitch™ has been purpose-built for recording and managing megapixel network video, and its embedded switch technology has been designed to move megapixel images to internal audio/video-rated hard drives. A web interface enables remote control and measurement of PoE consumption and data transmission. Rather than employing the use of traditionally large and expensive network servers for video surveillance and access control, the software applications run directly on the razberi™ ServerSwitch™. This allows integrators to assemble smaller, more compact systems that don’t require a large IT infrastructure.