MDI Security Systems has received $750,000 in contracts to upgrade the security systems for 10 of its long-standing enterprise customers.
According to MDI, customers include "highly classified Government facilities within the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, various Federal Civilian Agencies and several large enterprise commercial customers." The company should be busy throughout the next 3 months to complete the updating of SAFEnet at these facilities to version 6.2
The company currently is undergoing an upgrade strategy, moving customers with legacy SAFEnet systems to the full-featured version 6.2. The push for upgrading existing clients is led by Tim Rohrback, vice president and CTO of MDI Security.
"Our ALERT Team (Advanced Logic Engineering & Research Team) has worked hard to make sure that all MDI legacy customers are able to migrate to the latest version of SAFEnet as seamlessly as possible," said Rohrbach in a prepared statement. "In 2004, while re-structuring and re-locating the company, we made a decision to limit the sales of SAFEnet while Engineering resolved all known issues to the product that had been developed under the old Ultrak brand."