AMAG, OnSSI Enter into Technology Partnership
PEARL RIVER, N.Y.
On-Net Surveillance Systems Inc. (OnSSI) has entered into a strategic partnership with AMAG Technology to integrate its NetDVMS digital video recording platform with AMAG’s Symmetry security management solution. The integration will provide an open-architecture, non-proprietary design that will offer enhanced functionalities to users.
“The NetDVMS platform will boost the video management functionality of AMAG’s Symmetry access control system,” says OnSSI President Gadi Piran. “This agreement is a great opportunity for both companies to extend the reach of our now integrated technologies, and the true winners are the users who realize the advantages of an overall seamless system.”
NetDVMS is a multisite, multiserver network video recorder and camera management software suite capable of managing an unlimited number of cameras and Ocularis video clients, according to the company. It offers recording/archiving, event management and intelligent motion detection with on-event “Push Live” video.
AMAG’s Symmetry Security Management Solution provides a range of security management modules that integrate seamlessly for capabilities such as digital video recording, smart card management and alarm monitoring.
“By integrating the powerful capabilities of OnSSI’s NetDVMS with Symmetry, we can provide our customers with even greater video management capabilities,” says Matt Barnett, vice president of sales and marketing, AMAG Technology. “AMAG is continually expanding the capabilities of our core products, and partnerships with industry leaders such as OnSSI further enhance the functionality of our security solutions.”
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