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Salient Systems Announces Integration of Axis One-Click Camera Connection


Significant reduction of capital outlay and service costs with VSaaS model

AUSTIN, TX (MARCH 31, 2011) – Salient Systems is pleased to announce the recent integration of Axis Communications’ One-Click Camera Connection with its CompleteViewTM Video Management System.  Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) is quickly becoming a viable method of deploying video security solutions and new VSaaS offerings are more practical due to H.264 video compression availability and improved availability of high speed internet connections.  Salient Systems’ CompleteView VMS is now integrated with One-Click Camera Connection which seamlessly connects Axis network cameras to the VSaaS system regardless of Internet service provider, routers or firewall settings, for simplified deployment.  Connection to the service provider equipment is handled without the need for a hardware gateway or VPN for faster, easier installation of IP cameras.

Working in conjunction with Axis through the Application Development Partner (ADP) Program, Salient Systems software developers fully integrated One-Click Camera Connection to provide a pioneering end-user solution.  “Lower up-front installation and deployment costs and reduced onsite maintenance costs are direct benefits to our customers,” explains Dave Tynan, Vice President of Marketing for Salient Systems.  “We believe VSaaS is part of the natural transition from analog to IP technology and provides a High Availability(HA) security solution for integrators, installers and end users alike.”

“As a Gold ADP, Salient has been working closely with Axis developers and product engineers for many years to deliver advanced, yet intuitive network video surveillance solutions for our mutual customers,” said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager, Axis Communications Inc.  “This latest product development is an exciting one as we work together to enable business owners to enjoy the benefits of network video thanks to innovations in hosted video services.”