Intransa forms alliance with CNL

Dec. 7, 2007
CNL's IPSecurityCenter certified to integrated with Intransa's video storage offerings

SAN JOSE, Calif.--Intransa, the global leader of scalable, network-centric IP storage solutions, announced today that IPSecurityCenter from Computer Network Limited (CNL) has been certified for integration with the company’s EdgeBlock and BuildingBlock video storage offerings. CNL is one of the industry’s leading specialist providers of integrated IP security solutions and workflow software for video surveillance, access control, intrusion detection and security event management.

IPSecurityCenter provides advanced situational awareness and security policy compliance and can seamlessly integrate with Intransa scalable video storage, facilitating a solution supporting the video surveillance and storage needs of customers around the world. Available immediately, Intransa’s IP video storage systems are the first iSCSI storage solutions to be certified as part of CNL’s extensive video surveillance portfolio.

“Intransa’s IP Secure Storage certification is a clear indicator that CNL can easily and successfully integrate with leading video surveillance and access control suppliers worldwide,” said Keith Bloodworth, CNL CEO. “The Intransa certification and integration service is a real benefit and offers enhanced capabilities for the surveillance industry as physical security migrates more and more into the realm of corporate IT.”

The physical security and video surveillance market is extensive and the need for significant amounts of storage is high. With this certification, Intransa and CNL are making the integration of IP storage and video surveillance, access control and intrusion detection a smart investment for businesses around the world. “As a pioneer in the scalable video storage market, partnering with an established leader in IP-based security was critical,” said Jeff Whitney, vice president of marketing for Intransa. “Together, CNL and Intransa are forging new customer opportunities and educating the video surveillance market about the ease of use, low cost and benefits of scalable video storage solutions.”

The Intransa-CNL alliance allows the scaling of a customer’s security system, while simultaneously increasing the storage, capability and effectiveness of their entire security operation. Through the combination of Intransa’s storage solutions and CNL’s software expertise full RAID protection, fault tolerance and redundant components can be integrated to meet video surveillance and other security needs within a diverse range of vertical markets including gaming, government, education, manufacturing, quality assurance, retail, hospitality, security, law enforcement, and transportation industries.

Scalable video storage vendor Intransa, Inc. is the leading innovator of IP-centric solutions. Based in San Jose, CA, Intransa offers scalable, high performance security-grade storage with outstanding availability and price/performance, with built in Set-and-Forget Management for proven ease of use. Beginning as a 3Com spin-off, Intransa has been shipping IP network storage solutions since 2003. For more information about Intransa, our industry-leading scalable IP video storage solutions, and our StorPartner channel and StorAlliance technology partner programs, please visit

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