Mango DSP Becomes Member of ONVIF

Mango DSP , a developer and manufacturer for analytic and DSP-based intelligent video servers, joined the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF ) to support global standardization for networked video.

The Mango DSP product line of encoders and soon-to-launch network cameras powered by MATE's video content analysis algorithms, provides complete security solutions for all types of installations. Mango DSP offers edge encoding, storage and video content analysis products for both analog and network cameras.

"As a major provider of OEM solutions, Mango DSP joins the forum with a commitment to our partners to provide products that are ONVIF-conformant and follow the global interface standards for network and video interoperability," said Daniel Peled, Executive VP of Sales at Mango DSP.

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