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EVENT INVITE: With its 16th annual MIPS conference being 100% virtual and free of charge, Milestone Systems invites partners, customers and media to explore the future of video technology under the theme of "Shaping the New Next."

Published in Strategy

COMPANY NEWS by PMT Security: Wholly Australian owned security company, PMT Security, have announced today that they are again listed as a Milestone Systems Diamond Partner for 2021 – the fourth year in a row that the company ranks among the top Milestone resellers in the world.

Published in Resellers
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 23:42

Milestone appoints APAC sales chief

Denmark-based open IP video management software company Milestone Systems has appointed former Guidance Software executive Benjamin Low as its new VP Sales for the Asia pacific region.

Published in People Moves

Russia's No 1 IP-focused networking event, All-over-IP introduces one of its keynote speakers - Lawrence Sidney de Guzman, Director Sales Operations for Milestone Systems.www.all-over-ip.ru/eng

Milestone Systems, the open platform company in IP video management software (VMS), has now released XProtect® Enterprise 8. Setting the standard in IP VMS, XProtect Enterprise 8 is a comprehensive, open-platform IP VMS for medium and large-scale installations, primarily multi-site, multi-server deployments. The consolidated single-management interface provides a coherent and efficient way to view and control an unlimited number of cameras, giving situational awareness for quick response and accurate investigation.

Pivot3 is pleased to announce they will join Milestone on their booth at Security 2011. Milestone Systems the worldwide industry leader in open platform IP video management software, will demonstrate Pivot3 SATC an innovative storage centric approach where server applications share storage hardware resources to reduce overall power and cooling. Since NVR servers generally drive 50% of power and cooling requirements, the benefits of eliminating physical servers are immediate.

The number of surveillance cameras at Swinburne University will almost double over the next nine months, and the use of video analytics is likely to increase.

Published in Security




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