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Intransa Executives Lead Way at May Security Events

Intransa, the leader in video data management and retention solutions for physical security and industrial video, today announced that key members of its executive team will be sharing their knowledge at important physical security industry events on two continents during May.

At 2009 PSA-Tec, Intransa vice president of video system applications, George Vaiser will participate in an important panel discussion during Session 2029-R2h. The panel, to be held Thursday, May 7, from 1-2:45 p.m. will discuss “The Existing Opportunity and Future Potential of Video Surveillance Storage.” The conference and training sessions run from May 5-7 at Pheasant Run Resort, St. Charles, IL.

Intransa video data management and retention solutions for Smart CCTV DVR Upgrades eliminate the risk of lost video, increase video resolution and retention capacity and extend the life of existing analog surveillance systems for less than the price of a new DVR. The Intransa solution can be setup in just minutes. Intransa solutions are available through integrator and dealer members of the PSA Security Network.

During the week of May 18, 2009 Intransa CEO Bud Broomhead will participate in the third annual FutureCCTV Forum in Singapore. The event, held at the Raffles Hotel May 19-20, is the premier meeting of security and video surveillance professionals in Asia.

Intransa distributor Databridge Communications (M) Sdn Bhd, headquartered in Selangor, Malaysia, is a co-sponsor of the region’s most important surveillance event with Intransa and other leading surveillance solution vendors.

Intransa solutions for Smart CCTV DVR Upgrades and all-IP solutions for open NVR, VMS, and PSIM needs, will be on display at each of these events. At 2009 PSA-Tec the Intransa booth number is 403. At the FutureCCTV Forum, Intransa will appear in the Databridge stand.

More than 150 applications and products including IP cameras, megapixel cameras, DVRs, NVRs, video management systems, physical security information management systems, life safety, access control, authentication, and biometrics are certified for risk free integration with Intransa video data management and retention solutions.

To pre-schedule an appointment at the 2009 PSA-Tec event with Vaiser or at the Future CCTV Forum with Broomhead and executives from Databridge, please call 1.408.678.8600 or email [email protected].

About Intransa

Intransa, Inc. is the leading innovator of video data management and retention (VDMR) solutions for physical security for future-proof, greener surveillance. Intransa security-grade video solutions increase reliability and video retention, providing critical information to security practitioners, and dramatically reducing system cost.

Beginning as a spin-off from Fortune 500 company and networking pioneer 3Com, Intransa customers have benefited worldwide since 2003. Intransa’s ground-breaking Video Storage Administrator (VSA) eliminates the need for extensive IT knowledge and security operator retraining, while delivering all the benefits of IP technology to existing CCTV systems and new IP-based deployments. The Intransa Sharable Security Platform enables physical security vendors to deploy their solutions without complicated server technology that can add cost and complexity, while leveraging the full line of Intransa shared, external retention solutions designed for physical security.

Advanced, patented Intransa technology is certified with more than 150 physical security, imaging and IT applications by the StorAlliance Technology Labs, including DVRs, NVRs, video management systems, IP and surveillance cameras, physical security information managers, infrastructure providers, video analytics, physical security utilities, authentication, access control, imaging, and biometrics.

Intransa believes in and supports industry standards and green technology. A member of the Security Industry Association, the American Correctional Association, The Green Grid consortium for advancing energy efficiency in computing ecosystems, and the Storage Networking Industry Association and its Green Storage Initiative, Intransa employees are also supporters of ASIS International and the ASIS Physical Security Council.

Intransa physical security solutions benefit customers worldwide in an ever growing mix of hotels and casinos, correctional facilities, police departments and law enforcement agencies, financial institutions and insurance providers, airports, hospitals and medical centers, managed service providers, telecommunications vendors, retailers and shopping centers, auto dealers, transit authorities, ports and shipping hubs, pharmaceutical makers, Native American organizations, colleges, universities and school districts, digital entertainment providers, energy, utilities and resources companies, and a wide variety of government users.

For more information about Intransa, to locate a StorPartner offering Intransa solutions, or to join the StorAlliance Technology Partner program, please visit us at www.intransa.com.

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