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Intransa Certifies videoNEXT, Displays At ASIS

Intransa, the leader in simple, green video surveillance solutions for physical security, today announced that it has certified the first Linux-based physical security application for use on Intransa’s growing appliance line. videoNEXT SKM is now available on Intransa VideoAppliance ST-series servers.

videoNEXT, headquartered in Chantilly, Va., is a leader in surveillance software and Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) systems.

“We’ve been using the Intransa platform for video storage since 2007 for some public safety customers. Their new appliance approach simplifies video surveillance application deployment beyond the confines of storage alone,” said Chris Gettings, founder and CEO of videoNEXT. “Now, another of our existing customers intends to deploy our software on the new Intransa SR-860 for their new headquarters to reduce cost and complexity in the installation and maintenance of their security management platform.”

Intransa VideoAppliances eliminate the complexity and cost of integrating commodity servers, storage and other hardware, delivering an installer-ready IP surveillance solution for simplicity, improved reliability and energy savings. videoNEXT SKM is certified with the new Intransa VideoAppliance SR840, SR850 and SR860 server appliances and the complementary VA100st and VA200st storage appliances. Together, the new appliances eliminate the need for commodity servers and storage.

“We’re really excited about offering videoNEXT SKM with our newest appliance product line,” said Bud Broomhead, CEO of Intransa. “SKM is the first Linux-based software system we’ve certified with the Intransa VideoAppliance family. videoNEXT’s Linux reliability, combined with the ease of use of its browser interface will be of real benefit to our customers.”

Intransa VideoAppliance will be on display in booth 781 at ASIS 2009, the physical security industry’s largest end-user event. videoNEXT SKM will be demonstrated in the Intransa booth at the show, connected to a variety of standard and megapixel IP cameras and the Firetide mesh network in the booth. And, videoNEXT will be demonstrating an Intransa VideoAppliance from their booth, 681, connected via the Firetide mesh network as well.

Held at the Anaheim Convention Center, September 21 – 23, Broomhead and other Intransa executives will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate the company’s industry leading technology.

To schedule an appointment at the event with Intransa, please call 1.408.678.8600 or email [email protected]. To learn more about Intransa VideoAppliance solutions visit www.videoappliance.com.

Gettings and other videoNEXT executives will also be available to demonostrate the SKM system. To schedule a meeting at the event with videoNEXT, please call 1.703.489.6781 or email [email protected]. To learn more about videoNEXT solutions, visit www.videonext.com.

About Intransa

Intransa, Inc. based in Cupertino California, delivers installer-ready video surveillance and physical security platforms. Each Intransa VideoAppliance™ sets up in just minutes, eliminating the complexity, cost and ongoing support challenge of integrating commodity servers, storage and hardware with video management systems. Each appliance comes preloaded with choice of leading video management system, including Axis Communications, Exacq Technologies, Genetec, JDS Digital Security Systems, March Networks, Milestone Systems, On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (OnSSI), and Salient Systems. Other recently certified applications include those from TimeSight Systems, videoNEXT and VideoProtein.

Launched as a spin-off from Fortune 500 member and networking pioneer 3Com, our patented Video Data Management and Retention (VDMR) technology is certified for risk-free integration with hundreds of security, imaging and technology products by the StorAlliance Technology Labs. Alliance products include DVRs, NVRs, video management systems, IP and megapixel surveillance cameras, physical security information managers, infrastructure, video analytics, utilities, authentication, access control, imaging, and biometrics.

Since 2003, Intransa solutions have benefited customers worldwide in an ever growing mix of retailers, municipal governments, hotels and casinos, correctional facilities, police departments and law enforcement agencies, financial institutions, airports, hospitals and medical centers, managed service providers, transit authorities, ports and shipping hubs, manufacturers, Native American organizations, colleges, universities and school districts, utilities and resources companies, and a wide variety of government users.

Intransa supports industry standards and green technology, and are members of the Security Industry Association, the American Correctional Association, the National Retail Federation, the Green Grid consortium for advancing energy efficiency in computing ecosystems, and the Storage Networking Industry Association and its Green Storage Initiative. Intransa employees are also supporters and members of the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) International and the ASIS Physical Security Council.

For more information about Intransa, to locate an authorized dealer or integrator, or to join the StorAlliance, please visit us at www.intransa.com or www.videoappliance.com.

About VideoNEXT

videoNEXT is a leading developer of Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) solutions for small businesses, commercial enterprise and government organizations with installations worldwide. With innovative software and unparalleled customer support, videoNEXT offers a simple, scalable platform to unify and manage physical security components. The growing suite of videoNEXT software includes Network Video Recording (NVR)/PSIM platforms: SKM-Stratus, SKM-Altus, SKM-Cirrus; and expansion modules including: v-AC (access control module), v-MX (video wall offering), v-IQ (video analytics), v-PS (point of sale module) and CAVU (the premiere mobile solution). Founded in 2002, the company is headquartered in metropolitan Washington, D.C. For more information on videoNEXT, visit www.videoNEXT.com or call +1.866.723.3077 and become a fan of videoNEXT on Facebook.

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