Intransa Integrates Salient Systems' Video Management Software

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Intransa, a supplier of storage systems specifically designed for surveillance video, has signed an agreement to integrate Salient Systems' CompleteView video management software into its out-of-the-box storage appliance.

The deal, announced this morning, marks another major step for Salient, which had been operating fairly quietly until earlier this year. As an Intransa video partner, the small Austin, Tex.-based company joins bigger names such a Milestone Systems, Genetec, OnSSI, JDS Digital Security and Exacq Technologies. Salient now gains access to Intransa's dealer and integrator network as buyers will now have the option of purchasing Intransa's VideoAppliance equipment pre-loaded with Salient software.

The agreement also reinforces the industry trend toward integrator and user assembly of best-of-breed systems from diverse suppliers, built on open platforms. Security Squared has placed follow-up calls to officials at Intransa and Salient for further comment and will update this item pending a response.

Intransa's technology is built around the near non-stop writes that are the rule in surveillance video. In terms of management and interoperability, Intransa claims it is superior to more general storage architectures from Dell, EMC and Network Appliance Corp. Its storage gear comes installer-ready with video management functions onboard. Intransa's equipment also integrates physical security interfaces and, along with NVRs and VMS systems, works with numerous camera models from a number of companies.

The company, along with Pivot3 (also a Salient partner), is considered a principal supplier of open systems-based storage solutions for large-scale security environments. Customers include Wynn Resorts and pharmaceutical giant Baxter International.

Salient's CompleteView line consists of three scalable configurations beginning with basic VMS software that accommodates fewer than 25 cameras to a high-end, enterprise-level, single-seat administrative workstation that works across various surveillance networks, servers and libraries and supports workgroup tools such as Active Directory.

The low-end version, CompleteView ONE, was released last March. The Intransa deal is the latest in a series of partnerships Salient has been building with video, access control and storage vendors across the supply chain. Additional partners include Basler, Bosch, Maxxis, Open Options and Orsus.

Intransa, a supplier of storage systems specifically designed for surveillance video, has signed an agreement to integrate Salient Systems' CompleteView video management software into its out-of-the-box storage appliance.

The deal, announced this morning, marks another major step for Salient, which had been operating fairly quietly until earlier this year. As an Intransa video partner, the small Austin, Tex.-based company joins bigger names such a Milestone Systems, Genetec, OnSSI, JDS Digital Security and Exacq Technologies. Salient now gains access to Intransa's dealer and integrator network as buyers will now have the option of purchasing Intransa's VideoAppliance equipment pre-loaded with Salient software.

The agreement also reinforces the industry trend toward integrator and user assembly of best-of-breed systems from diverse suppliers, built on open platforms. Security Squared has placed follow-up calls to officials at Intransa and Salient for further comment and will update this item pending a response.

Intransa's technology is built around the near non-stop writes that are the rule in surveillance video. In terms of management and interoperability, Intransa claims it is superior to more general storage architectures from Dell, EMC and Network Appliance Corp. Its storage gear comes installer-ready with video management functions onboard. Intransa's equipment also integrates physical security interfaces and, along with NVRs and VMS systems, works with numerous camera models from a number of companies.

The company, along with Pivot3 (also a Salient partner), is considered a principal supplier of open systems-based storage solutions for large-scale security environments. Customers include Wynn Resorts and pharmaceutical giant Baxter International.

Salient's CompleteView line consists of three scalable configurations beginning with basic VMS software that accommodates fewer than 25 cameras to a high-end, enterprise-level, single-seat administrative workstation that works across various surveillance networks, servers and libraries and supports workgroup tools such as Active Directory.

The low-end version, CompleteView ONE, was released last March. The Intransa deal is the latest in a series of partnerships Salient has been building with video, access control and storage vendors across the supply chain. Additional partners include Basler, Bosch, Maxxis, Open Options and Orsus.

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