MBX Expands Hardware Platforms for Physical Security Deployments

MBX Expands Hardware Platforms for Physical Security Deployments

MBX Systems, a manufacturer of purpose-built and deployment-ready hardware devices for technology companies, has expanded its line of pre-built, pre-engineered hardware platforms for physical security applications to help ISVs right-size deployments for specific end-user environments. All products are paired with value-added MBX services ranging from expert software imaging to an exclusive cloud-based supply chain toolset that saves ISVs hours of time and associated costs.

MBX’s expanded Varion™ reference platforms for the safety and security industry span access control servers, analytics/AI servers, client workstations, compute servers, video storage arrays, and video recording servers designed on Dell Technologies base platforms to deliver the best performance for the price. Options include rackmounts, small form factors and towers, each suited to specific use cases for physical security and IP video surveillance. ISVs benefit from MBX’s engineering expertise and a full-service program that provides:

Speed to market. All platforms are in stock at MBX to shorten lead times.

Quality assurance. MBX manufacturing facilities are ISO 9001:2015 certified with ESD controls.

No need for customer scripting. MBX platform engineers prepare customers’ software for deployment on hardware platforms before systems go into production.

Reduced program administration time and cost. In a toolset not available from any other provider, MBX Hatch™ consolidates engineering, manufacturing status, logistics and other supply chain data in a single cloud-based interface that enables customers’ program management and customer service staff to access needed information without making multiple phone calls or consulting multiple spreadsheets.

Global logistics. With global market information and shipment tracking built into Hatch as well as a dedicated global support team.


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