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Siemens to OEM Milestone's VMS

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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Siemens announced this morning that it has entered into a "long-term strategic partnership" with Milestone and will be OEMing Milestone's VMS software for its Siveillance VMS.

Siemens said Siveillance includes "software-based security platforms and modules that are used in critical infrastructures and by enterprise customers." It is also working with Milestone on "another application for the video technology ... Desigo CC management platform for building and security technology."

The Siveillance VMS in available in three versions.
    •    VMS 100 supports up to 128 cameras and is suitable for small and medium-sized facilities.
    •    VMS 200 meets the demands of centrally managed systems with the high scalability requirements typical of major industrial facilities.
    •    VMS 300 is used in systems that are distributed over multiple locations. It centrally manages user and system data. VMS 300 has a redundant design and is therefore available during network interruptions. It is suitable for critical infrastructures such as airports.


Long-term strategic partnership with Milestone
Siemens' OEM partner Milestone specializes in open, IP-based video management software. Its flexible technologies have been proven in thousands of installations worldwide.
"We are pleased to have won a leading provider of IP video management software like Milestone as our strategic partner and technology supplier," says René Jungbluth, who heads the solutions business at Siemens Building Technologies. "Siemens is a key player in the security industry, and VMS is a vital module in our Siveillance portfolio. It helps further focus and expand our enterprise security solutions business. Because the video technology can also be integrated into the Desigo CC building management platform, the software is an outstanding addition to our Total Building Solutions portfolio as well."
"The worldwide strategic partnership with Siemens is very important to us. It is not only proof of how important open platforms are, but also represents a benchmark in our long-standing business relationship," says Lars Thinggaard, president and CEO of Milestone.

Viscom Systems' tech guru on tech to look out for

4K and NFC technology will be big; cloud, not so much
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03/12/2014

WATERTOWN, Mass.—As ISC West 2014 nears, security experts, like Viscom Systems’ Bill Clements, have some predictions about what technologies we’ll see at this year’s show and which technologies will have an impact on the industry.

Integrators get a sales edge with edge storage

More manufacturers offering video recording on the camera itself
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09/27/2013

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IHS: Genetec, Milestone top VMS rankings

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06/05/2013

LONDON—Since 2004, the first year of IHS’ VMS rankings, Copenhagen-based Milestone has had a monopoly on the top spot. Nine years later, the company still has the top spot, but it now has to share it with Genetec, a Montreal-based vendor.

Milestone debuts embedded VMS

Arcus runs on Linux, Mac or Windows
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03/25/2013

COPENHAGEN—With an eye toward taking advantage of consumers moving from analog to IP-based systems, open-platform VMS provider Milestone has announced a new embedded video surveillance platform for its hardware partners that is specially designed to make the installations of IP-based video surveillance systems easy and inexpensive.

PSA welcomes newest vendors to premier program

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11/05/2012

WESTMINSTER, Colo.—PSA Security Network announced new additions to its Premier Vendor Partners program, according to a company statement.

Samsung goes with FaceFirst

Samsung interested in making financial investments in technology partners
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10/10/2012

RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J.—As part of its new strategic partner initiative, Samsung Techwin America is integrating megapixel cameras with facial recognition provider FaceFirst.

Alarm.com announces milestone

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Friday, June 29, 2012

In its early years, Alarm.com had so few customers that it used to ring a bell in the office every time one signed up, in order to get employees motivated, Steve Trundle, company president and CEO, said this week at the ESX show in Nashville.

But now the 12-year-old Vienna, Va.-based provider of interactive security services has far too many active subscribers to announce each one individually. So the company held a party at the show so Trundle could announce just how many: more than 1 million as of this past April.

He said at the show that the figure is a milestone not just because it’s so large, but because it shows mainstream consumer adoption of interactive services.

Here’s more from a news release the company sent out yesterday about the subscriber milestone:
 

This represents over 1 million properties and millions of individual users protected and empowered by Alarm.com and its Partners. The Alarm.com Partner community has grown its user base significantly year-over-year through a dedication to innovative technology that improves the security and overall user experience for its customers.

This milestone signifies the mass market adoption of interactive services. The consumer expectation of a security system has evolved and Alarm.com and its Partners have led the way with industry leading technology and services that meet the new customer demands.

Alarm.com has helped to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes and businesses by enabling interactive security, energy management, video monitoring and home automation. The vast majority of Alarm.com subscribers are on Interactive Services accounts and are deeply engaged with their security solution. With such large scale adoption, interactive services have expanded the purpose of what was traditionally only an intrusion security solution and become an everyday part of users' lives.

"Our recent report projects that US revenues for smart home systems and services will hit $7.6 billion this year, driven in part by consumers' desire for enhanced security and control systems with mobile apps, self-controlled lights, thermostats, locks and cameras such as those offered by Alarm.com," said Bill Ablondi, Director of Smart Home Strategies at research firm Strategy Analytics. "Alarm.com has shown a consistent ability over the past several years to anticipate market trends -- and then develop products and services enabling dealers to meet the evolving needs of their customers."

Over twelve years ago the company created the first completely wireless web-enabled interactive security services and has continued to drive innovation and deliver industry firsts year after year. The company's one-millionth subscriber comes on the tail of recent key announcements including its launch of image sensor services, location-based services, a partnership with Verizon Wireless, and the release of its native iPad app and native Windows mobile app to expand its full suite of mobile integration.

Milestone gets into hardware

VMS provider to offer pre-configured NVR for those just getting comfortable with IP
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03/08/2011

COPENHAGEN—Marking a milestone in its history, video management solution software provider Milestone will introduce its first hardware product—a bundled NVR (with Hewlett-Packard)—called XProtect Essential NVR at ISC West this year.

ISC Solutions opens

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11/04/2010

NEW YORK—The transformed ISC East, now called ISC Solutions, opened here with a new look and crowded aisles yesterday.

 

Was it a function of more people being at the show this year as opposed to last? Or was it the skinny aisles that gave the illusion that there were more people? The official audited numbers won’t be available for more than a month, according to Ed Nichols of event organizer Reed Exhibitions, but attendees who spoke to

Security Systems News

said it didn’t matter. They were pleased with the number and quality of people attending the event.