Infinova IP/Megapixel Cameras Integrated With Milestone XProtect VMS

Infinova recently announced that during the ASIS 2010 and IFSEC India it will showcase its partnership with Milestone. 

Now, Infinova integrators and distributors can help customers control video surveillance, reduce maintenance costs and protect their business environment by offering Infinova megapixel and IP cameras installed with Milestone Systems XProtect video management software. 

Since Milestone products are based on an open platform that uses the TCP/IP network protocol, Infinova integrators and their customers will be able to build the video surveillance solutions using standard video and computer hardware.

“Milestone software supplies the basis for highly efficient operations of video monitoring and analysis and opens up a wide spectrum of opportunities for integrating with other business applications in any IT environment,” said Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president, marketing.  “This is a further example of how we are helping Infinova integrators say ‘yes’ to more opportunities.”

“Megapixel cameras are helping to drive the uptake of IP technology in the video surveillance industry. Milestone’s support of Infinova’s new family of network cameras including megapixel capability will help customers leverage the advantages of this,” says Friborg Jacobsen, vice president of strategic alliances with Milestone Systems.

Introduced in March of this year at the ISC West Convention in Las Vegas, Infinova’s full new family of IP and megapixel cameras features Texas Instruments’ Da Vinci chip; includes fixed, mini-dome and high-speed megapixel dome PTZ cameras; provides both analog and digital operation at up to 3 megapixel resolution, including megapixel resolution at 20 frames per second (fps); offers on-camera SD (secure digital) storage cards; and is ruggedized.  The cameras also provide high quality video 360 degree continuous rotation with pans at both high and low speeds. 

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