To participate as an Infrastructure Partner, manufacturers must have a track record of successful joint installations with Arecont Vision products
The new Infrastructure Partners segment expands access to manufacturers of world-class security and IT products

Arecont Vision®, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, has expanded the popular Technology Partner Program to pre-test integration with complementary security and IT industry products under the new Infrastructure Partner category.

Expanding Arecont Partners segment

Manufacturers of the industry’s top-tier VMS, NVR, and analytics products have participated in the Arecont Vision Technology Partner Program since it was introduced in 2010. Joining the programme portfolio, the new Infrastructure Partners segment expands access to manufacturers of world-class security and IT products. Participation is open to manufacturers of products that include servers, storage, network infrastructure, wireless, cybersecurity, PSIM, structured cabling, illumination, optics, enclosures, utility software, and accessories.

Criteria for security manufacturers

To participate as an Infrastructure Partner, manufacturers must have a track record of successful joint installations with Arecont Vision products, as well as a commitment to continuing sales, development, and support collaboration to benefit customers. The Arecont Vision MegaLab™ is used by manufacturers to test new products and releases, as well as by systems integrators to test system designs in advance of installation at a customer site. The award-winning Arecont Vision Technical Assistance Center (TAC) team also uses the MegaLab to replicate, troubleshoot, and resolve field-reported issues.  Programme members provide their products for use in the MegaLab to advance these efforts.

“Continued Arecont Vision investment in the MegaLab has enabled custom integration and ongoing testing with Arecont Vision megapixel cameras for a growing number of top-tier VMS, NVR, and analytics products,” said Jason Schimpf, Director of Sales Operations and Partner Relations, Arecont Vision. “With the addition of the Infrastructure Partner category, we are giving our end user customers and system integrators new integration-tested product choices that they can rely on for their video surveillance projects.”

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