Convergence Partnership is the Current Movement!
LOS ANGELES, CA: Convergence is a movement in technology to combine resources and applications onto one level platform for interoperability and optimization. This is just the thing 3GC Group, the leading consulting firm of Converged Network Technologies and On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (OnSSI) are doing.
Being leaders in Video Management Software (VMS) solutions, 3GC announced a new extension of its longstanding technology partnership solution, Integrating OnSSI’s Ocularis 5 VMS with 3GC’s Converged Electronic Physical Security (CEPS) for a broadloom solution.
OnSSI has simplified its product line with the introduction of Ocularis 5, which includes new features such as hardware efficiency, allowing generic settings to be copied across multiple channels for faster installation; and stronger network security with end-to-end encryption. Ocularis 5 also features better storage management with automatic optimization of hard drive volumes and load balancing across multiple storage components. Ocularis 5 provides an efficient, secure and simple platform to build integrated security systems.
Founded in 2002 with the goal of developing comprehensive and intelligent IP video surveillance management software, On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (OnSSI)—OnSSI’s Ocularis IP security and surveillance VMS platform increases security, reduces operational costs, and helps organizations move closer to prevention.
Ocularis delivers open architecture, flexibility, and scalability for a range of applications including education, gaming, government, healthcare, manufacturing, public safety, transportation, and utilities. “Together, with 3GC’s Converged Electronic Physical Security (CEPS) and OnSSI’s Ocularis 5, integrated security systems will provide customers the best support for scalability and capabilities for a seamless converged network solution,” said Henry Park, CEO of 3GC Group. “The results satisfy each customer’s requirement for a highly secure and centralized security system network infrastructure.”
3GC Group integrates traditionally disparate electronic physical security technologies, such as IP Video Surveillance, Access Control systems, and Intrusion Detection Systems, onto the core data network while ensuring an optimized, reliable, and secure overall infrastructure.
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