As the threat of security increased worldwide, companies and government agencies are increasingly looking to deploy stronger security measures. This includes the use of powerful surveillance cameras.
Making the management of surveillance cameras and related devices easy and effective, Cisco (News - Alert) has upgraded its portfolio of safety and security solutions with video surveillance architectures and new Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled solutions. This upgrade comes at a time when intelligent video surveillance systems are increasingly being deployed by companies all over the world.
The upgraded portfolio from Cisco allows companies to make use of their own operational information to enhance security of their valuable assets. The upgraded security solutions from Cisco make use of analytics and big data and as a result, they react quickly to critical situations.
Cisco VSM 7 is geared to meet increasing business risks with three new scalable video architectures. Cisco IP cameras have now become smart endpoints that offer an application development platform. Cisco VSM 7 is equipped with IoT solution for business intelligence with analytics and metadata.
Cisco Video Surveillance Manager (VSM) provides all the features needed by companies to better manage their security solutions. It allows network and security teams to cooperate with each other and combines both video and network techniques to improve security.
“Just a year after we launched Video Surveillance Manager 7 with virtualization and medianet, we are excited to present a major upgrade,” said Guido Jouret, VP and general manager, Internet of Things Group at Cisco. We are bringing scalability for VSM 7 and a platform for application development. This is great example of how businesses and organizations can use the Internet of Things to gain efficiency, harness intelligence, improve operations and increase customer satisfaction.
Recently, the company introduced Video Surveillance Manager 7.0. This solution is certified to run in Cisco's virtualized Unified Computing System, or UCS, environments, the company has announced.