IPVideo Corporation's V2 C3fusion PSIM Software

August 7, 2014 – Bay Shore, NY –  IPVideo Corporation (IPVideo), a leading manufacturer of Video Management Systems (VMS) and Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions, will formally introduce a new release of C3fusion PSIM software at the ASIS 2014 Annual Exhibition in Atlanta, GA, beginning September 29. C3fusion is command center software that integrates disparate security sub-systems into a unified interface and then filters and prioritizes the data to facilitate effective situational awareness and emergency response. The system is ideal for customers wishing for functionality and integration options beyond that available through the typical video management solution.

Most important updates to the latest version of C3fusion include a greatly simplified setup process that eliminates the need for manual installation of application components and Multi Tenancy capabilities, which allows multiple, independent systems to be managed from a single server. Multi Tenancy support is particularly valuable to large, multi-site entities that might wish to manage security for all properties from a centralized location, while preserving each system’s autonomy. Other updates include an embedded Google Maps interface that replaces the manual process of defining and calibrating site Views, and a more responsive, sleeker interface for system administration.

“C3fusion is designed for customers seeking to consolidate systems and/or benefit from enhanced inter-operability between applications from a variety of manufactures,” says Matt Krebs, Sales Director of IPVideo Corporation. “In fact, C3fusion can even bring many non-security, building control and operational functions within the PSIM umbrella, making it a fantastic tool for customers seeking the highest levels of facilities management.”

Visitors to ASIS 2014 can see C3fusion V2 in action at booth 3845 at the Georgia World Congress Center. Visit IPVideo Corporation online at www.ipvideocorp.com.

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