Video Server employs advanced video analytics.
October 8, 2007 -
Integrating TI DaVinci based embedded technology, Pegasus-M intelligent video server provides video surveillance and security solution. It supports H.264, MPEG-4, and MJPEG video compression, and is equipped with serial port for PTZ control and bi-directional TTLs. Server can be powered by Intelligent Video Software to enable integration of third party video analytic software and can react to predefined threats, transforming standard cameras into intelligent security device.
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Mango DSP Inc.
83 East Ave.
Norwalk, CT, 06851
Mango DSP Launches Pegasus-M Video Server Based on Its Award Winning Pegasus Embedded Solution
Mango DSP's new Pegasus-M and Raven M Rack are a testament to Mango's entrepreneurial spirit as recognized by Frost & Sullivan's Award for Entrepreneurial Company of the Year.
ASIS Exhibition, Las Vegas - September XXX- Mango DSP, a leading provider of intelligent video servers for the CCTV, video surveillance, and homeland security defense markets today announced the launch of Pegasus-M, an extremely compact intelligent video server for advanced video analytics. The Pegasus-M incorporates Mango DSP's, TI DaVinci based, award winning Pegasus Embedded technology, providing an off-the-shelf video surveillance and security solution.
The Pegasus-M intelligent video server, based on Texas Instrument's DaVinchi technology, employs advanced video analytics from the world's top vendors and supports H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG video compression. It is equipped with a serial port for PTZ control and bi-directional TTL's and can be powered by Mango's IVS (Intelligent Video Software) to enable seamless integration of third party video analytic software. Combined with Mango DSPs IVS the Pegasus-M is an immensely powerful video solution that reacts to predefined threats transforming standard cameras into intelligent security devices.
Mango DSP also announced today the launch of the Raven-M rack, a 19'' wired enclosure designed to accommodate up to 18 rack-mounted Mango DSP Raven-M servers. The Raven-M is a scalable cost effective solution, upgrading centralized systems into network based solutions. The Raven-M Rack is fully compatible with the Raven-M, enabling all of its intelligent video features and allowing integration with the world's leading content analysis and video surveillance management software.
"Mango DSPs new products, the Pegasus-M and Raven-M Rack are further proof of our entrepreneurial spirit in the quest to provide much-needed intelligent security solutions," said Baruch Peled, CEO of Mango DSP. "It is precisely this kind of innovation that was recently recognized by Frost & Sullivan when they granted us the 2007 video and encoder Entrepreneurial Company of the Year award."
"As an emerging company in the market, Mango DSP understands that the key to success is ensuring partnerships that can help increase its customer base," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Giridhar Athmanathan. "One such effort is the three-way partnership between Mango DSP, Micron Systems Inc, and Texas Instruments Inc (TI) that helped produce Pegasus."
About Mango DSP
Mango DSP develops and markets the next generation of video solutions for the CCTV, defense, and homeland security markets. The company employs approximately 60 people at its Jerusalem headquarters and offices in the U.S. Mango has excelled in locating and developing next-generation intelligent video servers for the defense, surveillance, and mobile markets. At the core of Mango's solutions are a variety of high-end video servers and the Mango IVS software, which provide the industry with a standard platform for analytics and security management systems enabling leading performance, compact and cost effective solutions. Mango's products are available in commercial and rugged form.