Israel, May 2007 -- Mango DSP, a leading provider of advanced video solutions for the CCTV, video surveillance, Homeland Security and Defense markets, today announced the launch of the Raven X2 PC104+, an intelligent video server designed to meet the requirements of outdoor and mobile surveillance needs. The Raven X2 PC 104 has met the Cisco Technology Developer Program criteria for interoperability with the Cisco 3200 wireless video router and has been integrated to deliver surveillance solutions for the evolving market needs such as police cars and unmanned devices. The new solution is packaged in a rugged form factor, ensuring operational continuity in extreme surroundings
We understand the growing need for innovative and effective security solutions," said Dr. Hugo Vliegen, senior manager - market development for Cisco. "Cisco Systems is driving an ecosystem around intelligent video for the 3200 Series Wireless Router to ensure our customers have leading edge networked surveillance and video communication solutions. The Raven X4-104 Video Server Card from MangoDSP is a strong example of a company taking advantage of the strengths of the Cisco 3200 Series - Cisco IOS, security, high performance and Mobile IP on a rugged mobile and wireless platform in response to market requirements."
Applications of the Raven X2 104+ integrated with the Cisco 3200 Series Wireless and Mobile Router include features such as license plate recognition, motion detection, intelligent IP video, facial recognition, digital video recording, video conferencing, video sharing per incident, universal camera support and an efficient interface for data and voice integration to security applications. The combined solution will present a high-performance router with rugged, flexible design by Cisco IOS Router, supporting cellular modems and future wireless technologies (1xEVDO, 4.9 GHz, WiMAX).
"We are very excited from the potential business that this cooperation can generate for us. To be chosen by Cisco Systems as a leading technology is a landmark for us and we look forward to expanding our business and technological cooperation with Cisco," said Baruch Peled, CEO of Mango. "Once again Mango demonstrates that the Raven video server product line is leading the market with advanced capabilities, a wide range of features set, and strong business partners."
"With their intelligent video server, Mango DSP is bringing a very flexible solution to address the requirements of outdoor and mobile surveillance market and meet Tier 1 Homeland Security market players needs," said Cyril Clocher, DSP systems business development manager 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 customer's fast integration of DSP-based video servers with new and existing systems, allowing them to find the specific DSP solution for their requirements."
The Mango IVS software utilizes video analytic software of leading content analysis providers, allowing it to detect and classify items according to pre-defined rules. Backend server architecture provides a user friendly, graphic based management tool enabling rapid and easy control over rules and alerts. The video server enables connectivity of up to 2 analog cameras, 1 analog video output and will support MPEG-4, MPEG-2, MJPEG, H264 CODECS.