EMC Corp. Upgrades Security Infrastructure With Verint Technology
Verint Systems Inc. announced that EMC Corporation is implementing its Nextiva IP video security solutions. This latest deployment is the result of EMC's continued investment in technology from Verint Video Intelligence Solutions as part of an upgrade to the security infrastructure in its corporate headquarters and smaller field offices.
EMC Corp., a developer and provider of information infrastructure technology designed to enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information, has continued to select Verint technology to support its move to an open, scalable system, including its current deployment of additional Nextiva video management software, IP cameras and video encoders in offices around the world.
"In looking to replace our legacy DVR system, and as we continue to modernize our video security technology, we sought a centrally managed, scalable IP video solution with the breadth to cover our campuses," sai Dan Fitzgerald, vice president, global real estate and facilities, EMC Corp.
The Nextiva platform works in tandem with the high-performance EMC CLARiiON storage to continually record and archive video data for viewing incidents in real time from virtually anywhere. Verint Nextiva video management software, IP cameras, and encoders enable EMC’s Facilities Team to create a standard and scalable configuration to serve the needs of five types of EMC facilities: large and small campuses, large and small field offices, and regional Centers of Excellence (COE). Nextiva helps EMC efficiently manage its corporate sites through access to video from any office in world, all from a single, central location.
"With the Nextiva IP video solution, we will be able to immediately view alarm instances and triggers, for example, which enable us to make informed decisions within a matter of seconds," Fitzgerald said. "Equally important, we’ll have all of that data centrally stored, allowing easy access to video surveillance to help keep our facilities secure."