D-Link To Provide Support for Network Optix HD Witness

D-Link recently announced support for Network Optix HD Witness, powerful new video management platform. Expanding its VMS partnership base, the integration of HD Witness into D-Link professional IP cameras offers businesses a new approach to managing high definition surveillance video at any scale, from stand-alone single locations to enterprise deployments.

"Network Optix is proud to support D-Link as a premier technology partner," said Nathan Wheeler, CEO and Co-founder, Network Optix. "Developed by leading professionals in the IP video industry, HD Witness addresses the inherent limitations for managing small, medium and large-scale deployments of HD surveillance technology. Integration with D-Link's solutions delivers the lowest TCO, coupled with a powerful and dynamic user interface, and the most efficient deployment and maintenance of any system available on the market today."

D-Link offers small- to medium-sized businesses a complete end-to-end IP surveillance solution. The new HD Witness platform architecture complements D-Link IP surveillance solutions, giving businesses a host of performance benefits, including expanded scalability, ease-of-use, adaptive bandwidth optimization, efficient distributed processing, automated device discovery and configuration, and streamlined implementation.

"HD Witness is a big step forward in VMS technology," said Vance Kozik, director of product marketing, IP Surveillance, D-Link North America. "The new viewing client offers a quicker, slicker and more intuitive way of accessing live and recorded video."

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