Genetec Inc, a technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, has announced a new version (v 5.10) of its flagship unified security platform, Security Centre. Among many new enhancements, this major new release allows more system components to run in the cloud, reducing the gap between cloud and on-premises security systems.
The new version of Security Centre brings enterprise video surveillance customers new options to facilitate their migration to the cloud as well as support flexible hybrid cloud architectures. Taking a step further towards unified, enterprise Video-Surveillance- As-a-Service (VSaaS), the new version of Security Centre Omnicast -the video management system of Security Centre-enables the seamless use of tiered cloud and on-premises storage to manage short- and long-term video archives according to customer needs.
“Last year accelerated the Digital Transformation of organisations big and small, inside and outside of the security industry,” said Francis Lachance, Director, Video and Appliances product group, Genetec Inc. “Omnicast Cloud Storage is not just terabytes in the cloud. It’s a complete collection of media services that deliver the flexibility and sophistication enterprise customers need to successfully move to a hybrid cloud video surveillance architecture.”
Sipelia Communications Management, the module of Security Centre that enables SIP-based communications between operators and intercom devices, has also been enhanced to offer support for cloud-based deployment.Click below to share this article