Intransa Adds Milestone Software to VideoAppliance Products
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Intransa is now shipping pre-loaded XProtect video management software with its VideoAppliance products. The software, created by Milestone Systems, is an integrated solution for managing shrinkage through combined surveillance and transaction data.
“The Intransa VideoAppliance introduction is a major step toward simplicity in the delivery of best-in-breed IP surveillance based on our open platform XProtect video management software,” says Eric Fullerton, chief sales and marketing officer for Milestone. “This is a great option for customers and integrators to consider, reducing support and integration challenges and resulting in lower total cost of deployment.”
XProtect has been tested and certified by the Intransa StorAlliance Technology Partner Labs for integration with the company’s video data management and retention (VDMR) platforms that have the ability to scale from 2 to 1,500 terabytes (TB) of video capacity.
“For more than a decade, Milestone has demonstrated worldwide market leadership in IP video surveillance,” says Bud Broomhead, CEO of Intransa. “We are extremely pleased to be able to offer XProtect as one of our premier offerings on the new Intransa VideoAppliance family, and expect our customers to be similarly excited.”
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