According to the statement, the equipment will be shipped in the third quarter and installed in various field locations soon after that. The systems will be used by these agencies to export, distribute and archive video surveillance content and other forms of digital evidence.
Sherman L. Black, president and chief executive officer, commented: “We previously reported that our pipeline of potential video surveillance business was robust, and this order confirms the outlook for our solutions based-revenues. This win is further proof that our shift from hardware to solutions is gaining traction and that our customers value a more complete response to their challenges in storing and distributing critical data.”
“Managing surveillance video content is an ongoing challenge for many of our customers,” said Christopher Wells, Rimage vice president of marketing and strategy. “The Rimage Surveillance Solution simplifies the day-to-day maintenance of surveillance video, while at the same time enabling a sustainable long-term archive strategy.”
The federal agencies are purchasing these systems to streamline workflows for exporting and distributing specific surveillance data, and to create a stable, flexible and sustainable archiving plan. The Rimage Surveillance Solution is being used with Blu-ray Discs for long-term archiving and portability needs.
Rimage Surveillance Publisher automates the process of exporting and publishing surveillance content to DVD and/or Blu-ray media while preserving evidence chain of custody.
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