Intransa announces widespread participation in IP storage certification program

Dozens of physical security vendors earn “Security-Grade IP Video Storage Certified” designation


“We are always looking for innovative solutions that will improve our customer's experience, and Intransa's IP storage does just that. By providing certified technology it allows us to drive innovation, performance, and future scalability for our customers,” said Golan Maika, director of technical operations, Mate Intelligent Video.

Leading IP camera vendors clearly see the value of IP testing and certification.

“Today's network video systems are getting larger and more scalable, some with thousands of cameras,” said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager, Axis Communications. “Those systems require a scalable and high performance storage solution like the Intransa IP Storage solutions.” Axis IP network cameras were the first to be tested and certified through the StorAlliance program, and Intransa purchased Axis cameras for both internal use and in demonstration systems at tradeshows and events such as this week's ISC West.

Axis cameras will be demonstrated with Intransa storage and Milestone enterprise video management software in the IPVS Magazine booth, number 40000, as well as with VideoProtein 3.0 in the VideoProtein-Veracity USA-Intransa booth, number 5133.

“Pixel Velocity is committed to improving data integrity for the video surveillance market,” said William Beach, vice president of sales for Pixel Velocity Inc. “Megapixel data has been an obstacle to IP-based video surveillance systems. With Intransa's certification program, the integration process is now easy and straightforward, and our confidence in the total infrastructure solution has increased.”

“Teaming with Intransa to showcase the benefits of high performance IP storage when coupled with megapixel IP cameras is a win-win for us and our customers,” said Paul Bodell, IQinVision chief marketing officer. “IP storage is key to providing our customers with the highest performing solutions in the marketplace.”

IQinVision IQeye cameras will also be on display integrated with Intransa storage in the VideoProtein-Veracity USA-Intransa, booth number 5133.

“Together with Intransa, we reinforce our commitment to providing customers with the most advanced technologies,” said John Recesso, director of business development, Lumenera Corporation. “Intransa provides the overall efficiency required by today's demanding security surveillance market needs.”

Security integrators who participate in the worldwide Intransa StorPartner channel program recognize the value of tested and certified IP storage and applications.

“North American Video, with major hubs in Las Vegas, New Jersey and Macau, works closely with trusted brands such as Intransa to simplify the installation of IP storage in video surveillance environments,” said Cyndi Freschi, president, North American Video. “By combining the benefits of IP storage with video surveillance, our worldwide customers have a robust solution that effectively and efficiently meet their needs today and into tomorrow.”

“Customers integrating IP into their video surveillance solutions want to know they're getting the best reliability, resolution and retention available today,” said Justin Davis, chief operating officer of SURV. “Intransa's IP storage easily plugs in and solves these end user dilemmas today using technology built for tomorrow.”

“The innovation of Intransa's IP storage provides the features necessary to address the customer's issues of retention, camera resolution and increased camera count without having to redesign their infrastructure,” stated Wayne Smith, vice president at Tech Systems. "Our customers deploying Intransa's IP storage know that it's key to their installation.” Tech Systems and Intransa are among the corporate sponsors, presenters and exhibitors of the GSO 2010 conference series.