Cherokee Nation Entertainment migrates to IP

Cherokee Nation Entertainment, which operates casinos in Oklahoma, recently decided to migrate from analog CCTV to an all digital surveillance solution with the help of NICE Systems.

NICE network video recorders, encoders and video management systems are currently being implemented at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa and the Cherokee Casino West Siloam Springs, which uses all megapixel and IP cameras, according to a statement issued by the company. Together, the two properties have more than 1,600 analog, IP and megapixel cameras, all of which will now be managed using NICE’s Virtual Matrix solution.

"After testing many different software packages we felt that NICE was the best solution for our environment," said Brandon Hill, senior manager of corporate surveillance for CNE. "Converting to NICE allows us to narrow our software packages to a single operating unit company wide. From our very large properties to our smaller properties, NICE is able to adapt to our various needs, offering the best solution. We appreciate the support we receive with the NICE technology, the user friendliness that it offers, and the adaptability of the NICE security solutions to our individual property demands."