Mango DSP joins ONVIF

Standards group continues to build its membership


Mango DSP, a provider of analytic video servers, announced Monday that it has joined ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum).

With the announcement, ONVIF which was founded by video companies Axis, Bosch and Sony in 2008 to develop a global open standard for the network interface of network video products, continues to build its membership which currently stands at well over 120 organizations.

"As a major provider of OEM solutions, Mango DSP joins the forum with a commitment to our partners to provide products that are ONVIF-conformant and follow the global interface standards for network and video interoperability," Mango DSP Executive Vice President of Sales Daniel Peled said in a prepared statement.