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March 21, 2012

Cisco virtualises Video Surveillance

UCS Express also offers video surveillance as a service

By CBR Staff Writer

Network vendor Cisco has virtualised its Video Surveillance software by integrating the software to Cisco Unified Computing System (Cisco UCS) platform to offer businesses better performance, scalability and manageability.

The Video Surveillance Manager on UCS is designed meet the deployment requirements for large-scale city, transportation, healthcare and energy requirements.

The software also provides centralised management with situational awareness and real-time response capabilities.

Cisco claims that the UCS’ modular platform offers 1,000% better scalability than dedicated server offerings.

UCS Express also offers video surveillance as a service, which can be deployed as a virtual application on blade servers for equipment that already exists in many branch offices.

It also facilitates the extension of data centre applications into the branch by integrating the compute platform with all-in-one device convergence.

The new application is extended to the UCS B-Series and C-Series platforms to enable Cisco Physical Security Storage series platforms and storage options from EMC and NetApp to be used with the Virtualized Video Surveillance.

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