New Integrated Video and Data Solutions Offer Simple One-Time Licensing Fee
DIGIOP, a leading provider of integrated video and data management solutions, announces the launch of the company’s latest version of DIGIOP Elements, new hybrid and network video recorder hardware platforms, and an innovative, simple, one-time 32-channel licensing structure. Making its debut at ISC West and available to ship in June 2013, the new integrated VMS server solutions offer enhanced performance, expanded capabilities, and the most user-friendly licensing model in the industry.
“Licensing fees for conventional VMS platforms are typically complicated and can be very expensive as cameras are added and software is upgraded. The result is user frustration, management complexity and increased total cost of ownership,” said Wayne Jared, Chief Technology Officer for Observint. “DIGIOP’s new VDMS and server solutions eliminate those problems. Every DIGIOP customer will have access to our full-featured VMS, all future software upgrades, and 32-channels of video for a one-time, all-inclusive price.”
DIGIOP’s new line of purpose-built servers features heavy-duty, industrial designs suitable for a wide range of environments and applications. All servers come with minimum storage of 3TB, dual GB NICs, the latest CPU technologies, and are designed for simple scalability and configurability based on user requirements. Both 2U and 3U chassis options are available, along with sliding rail kit options.
DIGIOP’s simplified licensing model allows each server to support up to 32 cameras with no per-channel fee and no per-channel upgrades. Client and server level updates can be pushed remotely across multiple locations, and one flat fee upgrade covers all channels. DIGIOP’s powerful VMS platform also features a cloud-hosted administration portal that enables easy remote configuration and management of users and permissions across single or multi-site installations.
DIGIOP’s complete line of software and hardware solutions will be on display at ISC West in the Observint Technologies booth (#12087) in Las Vegas, from April 10-12, 2013.
DIGIOP, an Observint Technologies portfolio company, is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, home to all product research and development activities. Manufacturing, fulfillment, and logistical support for all DIGIOP solutions are provided by Observint Technologies, from the company’s headquarters in Austin, TX. Observint also provides comprehensive marketing, sales and technical support capabilities, including regional field sales managers, inside sales support, and system design engineers. Observint partners with a nationwide network of manufacturer’s representatives, to provide local support of both direct and distribution partners.
About Observint Technologies
Observint Technologies is a vertically integrated manufacturer and supplier of professional video surveillance, audio surveillance and access control technologies. Observint’s portfolio includes: DIGIOP integrated video and data management solutions; infinias IP-based access control hardware and software solutions; LG analog and IP security cameras, hybrid recording devices, and LED displays; and 3S Vision megapixel IP cameras and encoders, video capture devices, and related IP-based security technologies. Observint products and technologies are available through a broad network of national, regional, and vertically-focused distribution partners.
DIGIOP, Inc. is an agile software development company that provides intelligent integration of video and data. DIGIOP solutions provide real-time and recorded video-enhanced business intelligence for operations, marketing, and merchandising, and information technology groups. By combining the power of video with information from back-office systems, DIGIOP extends the value of video well beyond the traditional surveillance benefits of loss prevention, risk management, and security. A Microsoft Certified Partner, DIGIOP was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Indianapolis, IN. DIGIOP is owned by Observint Technologies, a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most diversified global alternative asset management firms.