As part of the agreement, Verint will resell EMC's networked storage systems and enterprise content management software, as part of an integrated and tested, enterprise-class video management solution for the physical security market, Verint of Melville, New York said.
Verint and EMC have also entered into a technology agreement to ensure efficient testing and certification of new, innovative products and technologies from both companies, Verint said.
The joint marketing and selling between both companies has yielded a number of new customers for both companies, including Total Terminal International (TTI) at the Port of Long Beach, The Kentucky Exposition Center, Banco Azteca in Mexico City and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in London, Verint said. EMC also plans to implement Verint 's Nextiva video management solution within its corporate campus located in Massachusetts, the company said.
Verint is a provider of analytic software-based solutions for workforce-enterprise optimization and security, the company said. Verint software, which is used by over 5,000 organizations in over 100 countries worldwide, generates actionable intelligence through the collection, retention and analysis of voice, fax, video, email, Internet and data transmissions from multiple communications networks, Verint said.
The convergence of security and information technology has created an immediate need for new technology partnerships that deliver effective and integrated security and enterprise solutions, Verint said. The new partnership with EMC combines Verint's Nextiva video management platform with information storage and digital information management software to accelerate the deployment of robust, scalable and IT-friendly video security solutions, the company said.
EMC solutions help organizations around the world keep their digital information protected, secure, and continuously available, Verint said. The companies have jointly invested resources to integrate Verint 's Nextiva enterprise video management platform with EMC's storage and information infrastructure solutions, the company said. In addition to technology collaboration, EMC and Verint have established joint go-to-market strategies that leverage their combined brand strengths, technology leadership and robust channel partnerships, it said.
EMC is pleased to partner with Verint and to expand its presence in the growing physical security market, EMC of Hopkinton, Massachusetts said. This partnership will create a variety of new business opportunities for both Verint and EMC, and the market demand for the combined solution is evident in its success, EMC said.
The Nextiva portfolio of networked video solutions includes video management software, integrated analytics, encoders and IP (Internet Protocol) cameras, DVRs (digital video recorders) and SDKs and integrations for use in a variety of vertical market environments, Verint said.
Nextiva enables organizations of all sizes, from small and mid-sized enterprises to major government and commercial organizations, to enhance the security of their facilities and infrastructure and the performance of their business operations by networking video across multiple locations and applying advanced content analytics to extract actionable intelligence from live and stored video, Verint said.
By alerting security personnel to potential security threats, Nextiva helps organizations prevent security breaches, improve response time and enhance operational efficiency, Verint said.