FARMERS BRANCH, Texas — IronYun, an AI-based video surveillance software company, and Razberi Technologies, an open-platform video surveillance hardware company, have entered into a technology partnership.
IronYun will be utilizing Razberi Core, a cybersecurity-hardened server, for industries that require centralized video recording, hardened server-class appliances and cybersecurity protection, according to the company. Some of IronYun’s security customers are within government and military industries.
Razberi’s physical security video storage solution paired with IronYun’s artificial intelligence video surveillance software is currently pending deployment in smart city projects utilizing centralized recording networks.
“IronYun invests heavily in R&D and secures our intellectual properties, working hand in hand with industry leaders like Razberi Technologies,” says Paul Sun, CEO, IronYun. “We are excited to include Razberi’s centralized video recording products in IronYun’s portfolio of video surveillance solutions and anxious to deploy in smart city projects.”
Razberi says its open platform configuration makes it easy for companies like IronYun to deploy Core units into a centralized video network in a plug-and-play fashion.
Paired with IronYun’s high-accuracy AI video analytics, the solution eliminates false alarms, enables real-time alerts for various use cases and decreases search and monitoring time to seconds, according to the company.
“IronYun has been a great partner,” says Will Melendez, vice president of sales, Razberi Technologies. “We are proud to work closely with them on a variety of projects and utilize their expertise in AI video surveillance.”
IronYun, will begin deploying its video surveillance solutions with Razberi Core’s server storage hardware in Q3 of this year.
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