BCDVideo, Avaya simplify networking for video
BCDVideo and Avaya have partnered to create Titan Networking. This new line of video surveillance switches will be powered by Avaya’s network operating system software (NOS) Avaya Fabric Connect. BCDVideo is the first system integrator to adopt Avaya NOS software for private label distribution.
June 28, 2016 By SP&T Staff
“Until this point, the only option available to the video surveillance industry was expensive, complicated, and in many cases, low-performing multicast networking systems,” says Tom Larson, director of sales and engineering at BCDVideo.
“The combined BCDVideo and Avaya solution gives our customers a simple and powerful offering at an attractive price point. The Titan Series makes shopping around for multicast networks and specialized engineers a thing of the past.”
The Titan Series solves the problem of needing a certified networking technician to setup the network. BDCVideo and Avaya state that, with just a few lines of code these systems are set up and ready for operation. They are equipped with Avaya’s Fabric Connect, which offers the shortest path bridging, enabling multi-path routing in the data center.
“BCDVideo’s introduction of its new line of switches that are powered by Avaya will enable it to deliver mission critical, always-on video surveillance systems for its customers globally,” says Liam Kiely, vice-president of Avaya Networking.
“With Titan, customers can focus on protecting their organizations versus worrying about the network-related issues that plague many other IP surveillance deployments.”
Similar to most BCDVideo servers and storage, the multicast networks offer a five-year warranty to ensure total system coverage and comprehensive technical support from Avaya.
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