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exacqVision and IQinVision Team Up for Community Health Network

Megapixel technology key for protecting systems’ data networks

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CALIF.— Indianapolis-based not-for-profit Community Health Network has installed IQinVision’s exacqVision-IQinVision combined solution. Koorsen Security Technology provided the design and installation services for the project.

exacqVision Hybrid Servers and IQinVision HD megapixel cameras were installed to enable the information technologies department to monitor their data center to ensure continuous operations of their infrastructure.

The VMS software was installed on two exacqVision Hybrid servers to manage a mix of IQinVision megapixel cameras located throughout the data center and connected office building, as well as existing analog cameras. The exacqVision client software is installed on a video wall in the Network Operations Center and in several other locations located through the facility. Video is continually monitored and if an incident is reported, the staff will search for the recording to investigate and support their findings.

“The exacqVision Hybrid Servers also needed to operate seamlessly with existing analog cameras and integrate with the new IQinVision IP megapixel cameras,” said Chris Stewart, manager of data centers and server technologies. “A major benefit was the flexibility of the client workstations to be easily integrated into our network operations center for continuous video monitoring.”

To date, Community Health has installed a mix of 42 IQeye Alliance dome and Sentinel cameras, ranging from 1 to 5MP in resolution. Going forward, Stewart plans to replace his analog cameras with the newer, IQeye megapixel cameras as the analog cameras fail. Stewart currently has the IQeye cameras providing surveillance video for his high value assets and locations.