ComNet, a provider of fiber optic transmission and networking equipment, has added Razberi Technologies to its products line and will be selling the manufacturer’s wares through its established channels.
ComNet’s parent company, ACRE, announced the acquisition of Razberi Technologies on Nov. 5.
The Razberi product line of intelligent video appliances, automated security software, and health monitoring software is designed to protect and monitor IP-based surveillance systems and complements the ComNet line of network communication solutions, according to an announcement.
The Razberi appliance allows cameras, access control points and other devices to add layers of protection while lowering the threat of cybersecurity risks to businesses, according to an announcement.
“We’re excited to join with ComNet and add more value to their deep network product line,” says Tom Galvin, Razberi founder and chief product officer. “ComNet can now offer a more comprehensive infrastructure for video transmission, storage, management, and cybersecurity.”
Razberi’s open video surveillance platform includes intelligent appliances combined with automated cybersecurity and health monitoring software.
In combination with a wide range of top third-party video management software (VMS) applications and IP cameras, enterprises can flexibly deploy a best of breed solution that reduces their total cost of ownership and reduces the likelihood of a costly cyber breach, the announcement states.
Bringing Razberi Technologies into the ComNet product portfolio made sense on many levels, says Andrew Acquarulo Jr., ComNet CEO and president.
“ComNet has strongly considered adding an enhanced surveillance product line that would make a significant impact on the market and bring a measurable improvement to any application. We believe Razberi is that product,” Acquarulo adds.
“With the intense focus on cybersecurity, the unique Razberi products directed to cyber threats, CameraDefense and ApplianceDefense now combined with ComNet Port Guardian, present a formidable defense against unauthorized network access,” says Skip Haight, ComNet vice president of marketing.
“Our position is that if you are concerned about the long-term success of your application, choosing ComNet ensures it will be.”
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