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The CCTV video product company Pelco by Schneider Electric reports on their global alliance partnership with the network product company Avaya.
Stuart Rawling, Pelco Director of Partnering and Integration said: “Supporting thousands of cameras and high levels of redundancy, Pelco IP video systems are designed for 24-7 mission critical operation. The performance of the network is a critical part of any IP video system. Aligning with Avaya for network infrastructure makes it easier for us to provide the video quality and system performance that our customers demand.”
And Marc Randall, Senior VP and GM Avaya Networking, said: “Users and installers often struggle to realise the full potential of IP video surveillance technology due to limitations of the underlying network. Our approach with Avaya Fabric Connect is to provision only the ports attached to the cameras and the monitoring stations and receivers, without having to provision any of the core switches in between. This allows video surveillance networks to be deployed faster and easier than ever before, with the ability to add, move and change cameras on the fly.”
Herve Fages, Senior Vice President, Pelco Video Line of Business said: “Avaya and Pelco have been working together for several years and already have many joint customers and a number of large deployments with thousands of cameras. The formalising of the relationship will allow us to take what is working very well in several regions and deploy it to current and future customers around the world.
“Avaya Fabric Connect technology is a perfect complement to the scalability of Pelco video management systems. Customers who deploy the systems together find that installation and configuration is uncomplicated. The simple installation reduces time and implementation costs to deliver high-quality performance with consistent around-the-clock availability.”
For a case study visit the Avaya website.