Razberi Technologies Joins Forces with IPConfigure to Offer Certified Surveillance Solution

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DALLAS – Jan. 5, 2016 – In collaboration with IPConfigure, Inc., Razberi Technologies has announced a simple, turn-key video surveillance solution based on the razberi™ ServerSwitch™ appliance series and certified Orchid™ video management software (VMS) for IP video surveillance cameras.

“The combination of the intelligent Razberi appliances with IPConfigure software delivers a highly reliable and secure surveillance solution with very low maintenance. Orchid’s ability to support the Linux operating system with Razberi hardware is a nice option for organizations that desire a true appliance without the headache and ongoing cost of managing a Windows system,” said Tom Galvin, CEO, Razberi Technologies. “This is an excellent solution for installations that do not have ready access to IT support.”

IPConfigure Orchid™ is designed for systems with up to 32 cameras, and supports thousands of different camera models. Recognized for its reliability and ease of use, Orchid™ provides local and remote access to live and recorded video, with same user experience on both workstations and mobile devices. At $69 per camera license MSRP, Orchid™ is a cost-effective solution for small to mid-sized businesses.

Purpose-built as an intelligent surveillance appliance and pre-installed with LocBeri Cybersecurity System, the razberi™ ServerSwitch™ protects camera ports, reduces installation time, and saves rack space while reducing energy costs, network traffic and risk. Complementing the simplicity of installation, Orchid’s bulk registration and auto-recovery features allow an end user to install a VMS from scratch and enroll and configure up to 32 cameras in as little as two minutes.

“Promoting edge capabilities has long been a strategic focus for IP Configure products, making Razberi a natural partner. Combined, we’re able to offer a simple, turn-key surveillance solution for customers using either Windows or Linux technologies,” said Christopher Uiterwyk, CEO, IPConfigure.


About Razberi Technologies
Razberi Technologies develops and manufactures intelligent network appliances for physical security. Its flagship intelligent surveillance appliance, the razberi™ ServerSwitch™ reduces impact on IP networks by up to 95 percent without compromising megapixel video quality. Security leaders rely on Razberi for unmatched reliability, visibility over the physical security ecosystem down to the camera, protection from cybersecurity threats, and the ability to future-proof security investments through smart scalability. Razberi solutions, which are designed and manufactured in Dallas, Texas, are available through a worldwide network of value-added partners. Razberi is a privately-held company founded and managed by veteran security experts and innovators. For more information, visit https://www.razberi.net/ .

About IPConfigure
Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia, IPConfigure, Inc. is a leading developer of IP video surveillance solutions. IPConfigure offers a variety of products, including video management software, license plate recognition, and video surveillance appliances and servers, available from global resellers and integrators. For more information about IPConfigure, please visit our website at http://www.ipconfigure.com .

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About Razberi Technologies

Razberi makes it simple to manage and secure video surveillance and IoT systems. Razberi’s open video surveillance platform includes intelligent appliances combined with automated cybersecurity, and health monitoring software. In combination with a wide range of top third-party video management software (VMS) applications and IP cameras, enterprises can flexibly deploy a best-of-breed solution that reduces their total cost of ownership and reduces the likelihood of a costly cyber breach. Razberi is headquartered in Dallas.

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