Mango to partner with Affair System

May 13, 2008
Alliance to focus on distributing video surveillance solutions in Brazil, South America

Mango DSP, a leading provider of intelligent video servers for the CCTV, video surveillance and homeland security defense markets, announced a partnership Tuesday with Affair System Telecommunications, a leading distributor of innovative technologies in Brazil. Affair will leverage the Raven M and Raven X2 intelligent video servers, enabling MPEG-4, H.264 and MJPEG encoding and PTZ control, as well as advanced video analytics from leading vendors.

Mango DSP’s intelligent video servers transform standard analog video surveillance cameras into proactive sentinels, delivering reliable high performance video streaming and content analysis. The increased processing power of Mango DSP’s intelligent video servers will enable Affair System to deliver truly intelligent video solutions as part of its mission to provide customers with the most advanced technologies in video surveillance equipment and services.

"We consider our strategic relationship with Mango DSP to be fully aligned with our goal of bringing high quality analytics into the Brazilian marketplace. Our two companies understand what successful partnerships are made of, and this looks like a winning combination. We expect explosive growth in this market in the next year, and together with Mango DSP we are well positioned to take advantage of and dominate this market," said Tom Whittaker, director of business development for Affair System.

"Brazil is the largest emerging market in the world and promises great opportunities for Mango DSP and its new partner, Affair System", said Daniel Peled, VP of sales and business development. "We are pleased that Affair System, recognized both in Brazil and internationally as a leading distributor of innovative technologies, has chosen Mango DSP to assist it in ensuring its technological edge and customer satisfaction."