Mirasys, a provider of open platform digital video surveillance solutions, partnered with D-Link, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for the consumer and business. The new partnership will make the two companies pair together to provide an integrated IP surveillance solution and management platform to worldwide existing surveillance users which are running on legacy analog systems as well as the IT system integrator market. Mirasys and D-Link will focus on the U.K. and wider European region then expand to other regions.
The cooperation ensures the systems compatibility and allows customers the advantage of two market leaders' products. Businesses have the flexibility to build an effective solution with both brands.
Mirasys is able to add value to D-Link's network cameras and IP surveillance offerings via new technologies such as the open platform for video content analysis. This allows customers to select any VCA solution to address the specific security requirements of their business without any complex and costly changes to the existing infrastructure. This technology enables the transition from analog to IP to become a much simpler and streamlined process. In return, Mirasys users could also benefit from integrating products from D-Link's wide range of cameras options together with its wide range of networking solutions.
"We're pleased to be working with Mirasys to bring their proven surveillance software to our network cameras. This cooperation strengthens D-Link's initiative to provide higher value IP surveillance products and solutions to meet customers' business need. Moreover, Mirasys's wide base of users will facilitate D-Link's growth in the IP surveillance technology space," said Antony Lai, VP at Business Solution Unit of D-Link.
"Working together with D-Link allows Mirasys to expand the availability of flexible and future-proof solutions to IP surveillance customers worldwide" said Iain Cameron, MD of Mirasys UK. "Both Mirasys and D-Link are committed to providing accessible and flexible solutions for surveillance customers, making the inevitable transition from analog to IP a much more simple and efficient process."