Friday, September 23, 2011

Cisco Unveils New Security Camera Network Technology

CiscoCisco Systems Incorporated recently debuted some new technology for use in conjunction with security cameras and video footage at a recent trade show in Florida. Cisco, based in San Jose, California, is aiming its new software toward banks and other businesses that may need to build network-based security systems.

Cisco has increased its video surveillance manager products in order for the company to be able to handle as many as 120 terabytes of storage. In addition to that, the company has also brought out products that are designed to improve communication between employees and emergency personnel who may be using different types of radios or cameras.

Internet protocol cameras on a security network can be remotely configured as soon as they are linked to a network. In addition to that, they can also be remotely tested in case there is ever a problem that arises with them. These features, as well as many others, make it much easier for a company to have security camera networks at their buildings. By being able to remotely handle many tasks, you limit the need to call customer support or have a technician come out and fix the problem for you, saving you time and money.

This is sort of a new business venture for Cisco, a company that usually focuses more on hardware than network technology services. However, Cisco does have a good track record of making products that work and security camera network technology is certainly a rapidly growing industry. I'm sure whatever Cisco throws into the mix will do just fine amongst the competition.

Source: San Francisco Business Times - Cisco Systems moves into security camera network technology

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