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Razberi Technologies’ growth prompts move to new HQ

Due to continued rapid growth, Razberi Technologies — a developer of network video solutions for professional video surveillance and security applications — has moved to a much larger facility within the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

February 20, 2015  By Staff

The new Razberi Technologies headquarters — located at 13755 Hutton Drive, Suite 500, in Farmers Branch, Texas — is triple the size of their previous location in neighboring Carrollton. The new building provides added space to address the company’s phenomenal growth over the last three years, said Chief Executive Officer Tom Galvin.

“Our success with our innovative Razberi ServerSwitch has propelled our growth, resulting in the need for more office, customer service, production, and storage space,” said Galvin. “Fortu-nately we were able to secure a much larger building not far from our previous location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex as this area has served us well in being able to provide customers throughout the country with the lowest possible delivery times.”

The move to the new facility comes on the heels of the recent announcement that Razberi Technologies raised $3.5 million in capital led by Texas-based LiveOak Venture Partners to support product development and business growth.

“With support from our investors, our continued sales growth, and thriving relationships with technology partners in the security industry, Razberi is in the position to take our production ca-pacity and customer service to the next level,” said Galvin.


The Razberi ServerSwitch combines a network video recorder, a PoE switch, storage, and vid-eo management software (VMS) in one easy-to-use and easy-to-install appliance. The Serv-erSwitch has been purpose-built for recording and managing megapixel network video. Its em-bedded SmartSwitch has been designed to move megapixel images to internal audio/video-rated hard drives. A web interface enables remote control and measurement of PoE consump-tion and data transmission.

Rather than employing the use of traditionally large and expensive network servers for video surveillance and access control, the software applications — including 3VR, Avigilon, Axis, Digiop, exacq, Lenel, Milestone, and OnSSI — run directly on the Razberi ServerSwitch. This allows integrators to assemble smaller, more compact systems that don’t require a large IT in-frastructure. By combining these functions into one device, the installer saves a tremendous amount of time, and eliminates the risk of purchasing a component that can’t support the de-mands of a megapixel environment.

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