Mango DSP Re-Brands Itself

Company directs focus on homeland security and video surveillance, launches new website


JERUSALEM, ISRAEL – June 25th , 2007 – Mango DSP, a leading provider of intelligent video servers for the CCTV, video surveillance, homeland security and defense markets, today announced the launch of its new website that expresses the company's new strategy of focusing on the homeland security and video surveillance markets. The site can be visited at www.mangodsp.com.

In 2004 Mango DSP recognized the emerging needs of homeland security and video surveillance for advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) solutions. The company made a strategic change to deliver complete advanced solutions to both of these growing markets.

The new website presents Mango DSP's business partners, including BroadMotion, Cisco, Micron, Codestuff, Texas Instruments, Tundra, ObjectVideo, Agent Video Intelligence, IntelliVision, iOmniscient, MATE and Vigilant Video.

Mango DSP Products such as Raven and Phoenix video servers, the RavensNest distributed video systems, the Mango IVS analytic platform and the Pegasus IP camera reference design have become well-known and recently attracted the attention of industry leaders.

"With their intelligent video server, Mango DSP delivers a highly flexible solution to address the requirements of the outdoor and mobile surveillance market, meeting Tier 1 Homeland Security market players' needs," said Cyril Clocher, DSP systems business development manager at EMEA, Texas Instruments. "Mango DSP harnesses the performance of TI's DM642 device and DaVinci technology to deliver extreme innovation and flexibility. TI and Mango's collaboration enables customers fast integration of DSP-based video servers with new and existing systems, allowing them to find the specific DSP solution for their requirements."

"The Launch of Mango DSP's new website is just the conclusive step of a process that began three years prior, with the company's strategic decision to focus on the homeland security and video surveillance markets. The decision proved consequential as market leaders chose the company's solutions and its products attracted the attention of decision-makers in the homeland security market" said Oren Feldmann, Marketing Manager of Mango DSP.