SightLogix and CRI's Automated Surveillance Solution Package Wins IBM's Prestigious Value Net Designation.SightLogix and CRI CRI
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PRINCETON, N.J. -- SightLogix Inc., the developer of the industry's first outdoor automated video surveillance solution, has joined with Continental Resources Inc. (CRI) to provide a turnkey solution for perimeter and buffer zone buffer zone
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CRI, one of the nation's foremost technology solutions providers, bundles SightLogix's leading video analytics solutions with storage and display servers from IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) along with 3rd party video management software, to create plug-and-play surveillance systems for government and corporate security system integrators. CRI is a Premier IBM Partner and a leading value-added reseller A value-added reseller (VAR) is a company that adds some feature(s) to an existing product(s), then resells it (usually to end-users) as an integrated product or complete "turn-key" solution. of best-of-breed IT equipment.
The bundled SightLogix solutions have gained IBM's Value Net designation. This program involves technical, marketing and business development support from IBM.
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3. John Romanowich, SightLogix's chief executive officer, CRI has the proven ability to help meet the needs of IT departments and provide customer service on IBM products The following is a list of products from the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation and its predecessor corporations, beginning in the 1890s, and spanning punched card machinery, time clocks, and typewriters, via mainframe computers and minicomputers, to microprocessors, PCs, , making the relationship between the two companies a logical one for SightLogix customers.
"Our customers get the benefit of the most advanced video analytics surveillance technology from SightLogix bundled with IBM equipment, along with the support of one of the country's elite technology providers in CRI," he said.
Ken Simon, vice president of sales for CRI's Enterico division, said his organization assembles any number of SightLogix cameras, IBM hardware, cables and other components and then pre-configures and tests the system before shipping to the end user or integrator (1) In electronics, a device that combines an input with a variable, such as time, and provides an analog output; for example, a watt-hour meter.
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"We want it to come out of the box and work immediately, saving time and money and providing security that same day," he said. "The SightLogix equipment is ideal for this type of bundled offering as it has been designed from the ground up to work on an IT network."
The SightLogix Enterprise Security system consists of multiple SightSensor units connected to SightMonitor target-display coordination software that resides with existing display and archival (NVR NVR Never
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Set of computational techniques for analyzing, enhancing, compressing, and reconstructing images. Its main components are importing, in which an image is captured through scanning or digital photography; analysis and manipulation of the image, accomplished , object tracking and behavior analysis. The SightLogix system is designed to operate over low-bandwidth wireless networks and can run on solar or battery power.
The enterprise security systems secure outdoor perimeters and buffer zones while minimizing false alarms. SightLogix has designed standards-based, secure, IT cameras with 10 times the detection coverage, as compared to other surveillance systems, which means fewer cameras and less infrastructure are required on each installation.
Founded in 1962, CRI was one of the first companies to rent and lease test and measurement equipment to high-tech manufacturing companies. CRI began building a significant network of formal relationships with the elite technology providers and, in the early 70's, began selling, renting, leasing, and servicing top-of-the-line name-brand servers, networking solutions, and software. This breadth of resources, combined with decades of experience, continues to make CRI the partner of choice for an ever-increasing number of businesses nationwide.
SightLogix was founded in 2004 in Princeton, N.J. specifically to address the need for a viable outdoor intelligent video systems solution. The company's management and technical teams have pioneered several generations of video processing Video processing techniques are used in video codecs, video players and other devices. For example—commonly only design and video processing is different in TV sets of different manufactures. architectures and founded other video analytics companies. For more information on SightLogix, visit its Web site at www.sightlogix.com.