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Video Apps for Government: Scaling Video Surveillance with UCS

Today from CiscoLive in Melbourne Australia, Cisco announced Video Surveillance for UCS.

The word from down under is “hyper-scalable” with support for tens of thousands of cameras with  increases of up to 1,000 percent with the modular UCS platform versus dedicated server solutions.

Cisco Video Surveillance helps public sector organizations transform the way they protect people, property and critical infrastructure

Cisco Video Surveillance on Unified Computing System also delivers:

  • Rapid provisioning from 8 weeks to 15 minutes
  • Reduced infrastructure costs, faster disaster recovery and deployment, reduced staffing needs and cooling costs
  • Improved performance, scalability, agility and manageability

Read this whitepaper to see more examples for how video apps can also help government agencies stretch budgets and reduce costs.

If you didn’t get a chance to visit Australia, perhaps next year.  Here’s some nice photos from the CiscoLive show floor.

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Cisco Introduces Connected Video Surveillance Solutions Delivered on Cisco Unified Computing System

• Cisco Video Surveillance helps public sector organizations transform the way they protect people, property and critical infrastructure
o Urban security, city surveillance, national security, critical infrastructure, and large public events
o Disaster recovery and first responder
o Safe and secure colleges and universities
• Hyper-scalable (tens of thousands of cameras), hyper-flexible
• Rapid provisioning from 8 weeks to 15 minutes
• Reduced infrastructure costs, faster disaster recovery and deployment, reduced staffing needs and cooling costs
• Improved performance, scalability, agility and manageability

Check out some photos from the live event in Australia!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/28952761@N05/sets/72157629272455126/

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See you in Melbourne, mate!

The Enterprise Video team is on the move again, this time to Cisco Live Melbourne!

Cisco Live Melbourne runs March 20-23 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

You can catch Enterprise Video demos in multiple areas of the World of Solutions.

For starters, check out the main Cisco area will feature the latest in Cisco Digital Signage, including signs with touch interactivity, as well as kiosk-based signs with endless aisle applications.

Next, head over to the Collaboration area, which features the latest in integration across our video content solution with new ways to capture, transform and share video. Be sure to stop by this demo following Rob Lloyd’s keynote, as we will be “pulsing” it just like we did for Cisco Live London!

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Enterprise Video Crosses the Pond

Heading to Cisco Live London next week? So is the Enterprise Video team!

Cisco Live London runs January 30-February 3 at the ICC London ExCel.

Be sure to stop by the World of Solutions Expo to see our demos showcased in the Collaboration, Bring Your Own Device and Physical Security areas.

The Collaboration area will feature a demo that shows the latest in integration across our video content solution with new ways to capture, transform and share video. Next, come see the Physical Security team at booth C7/C8 to see the newest Cisco and partner innovations in video surveillance and analytics. Cisco Physical Security will also have a booth in the Cisco Live Virtual environment. Finally, learn about the architecture that supports it all at the Medianet demo in the Bring Your Own Device area.

If you’re tired from walking the show floor, take a break and check out Cisco Enterprise Video customer Guldborgsund municipality of Denmark talk about how they use video for efficient and personalized citizen services at 2:15 pm on January 31st.

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WTAMU Recognized for 21st Century Learning Environment

The accolades keep rolling in for West Texas A&M University, which was recently named in the U.S. News and World Report Top 20 for both Technology and Student Services.

Led by CIO James Webb, WTAMU has set the standard for distance learning by using a combination of Cisco Enterprise Video technologies to help students and faculty capture, transform and share video across the campus and beyond.

Webb has himself also garnered recent honors, and was named to ComputerWorld’s 2012 Premier 100 IT Leaders list. The program will honor the top 100 IT and business leaders that have shown exceptional leadership and innovation in IT strategy and planning at a conference to be held in Phoenix, AZ in March 2012.

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