March Networks Wins U.S. $7 Million Deal with Leading Mexican Bank

Reliability and centralized management key features in large-scale networked video implementation


March Networks announced today that it has received an order in excess of U.S. $7 million to provide networked Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) and Enterprise Management Suite software to one of Mexico's largest banks.

The bank is implementing the March Networks 4000 Series DVR systems and Enterprise Management Suite software in a two-year rollout program. The 16-camera platform and software were selected following a competitive process that defined reliability, video performance and centralized DVR system management as top requirements. The March Networks 4000 Series DVRs feature an embedded Linux operating system and an internal UPS to support high reliability, even in areas prone to electrical power fluctuations. The bank will leverage the Enterprise Management Suite to control all of its remotely located DVRs and will use the software's extensive capabilities to monitor hard-drive status, network bandwidth usage, and overall system performance within this large-scale deployment.

"We are extremely pleased to be partnering with one of Mexico's leading banks as they rapidly adopt IP-based video," states Peter Strom, president and CEO, March Networks. "This significant win in favor of March Networks comes as a result of a focused effort to identify important system performance features and deliver on customer requirements."