Mindtree launches Gladius- a video management software

20th September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Mindtree-logoNew Delhi, India, September 20, 2013: Mindtree, a global information technology solutions company, today launched Gladius, a video management software targeted at city surveillance, enterprise sectors, industrial and retail industries.

S Janakiraman, CTO, Mindtree Limited, said, “Gladius Video Management Software is a testimony of Mindtree’s continued focus to engineer innovative solutions that simplify business and adds unique value to our customers. It is a one stop solution for today’s security and surveillance requirements of all small and mid-sized customers.”

Gladius Video Management Software will provide benefits like scalability, advanced video analytics, smart video streaming, and can be unified with video data, access control events and alarms. It supports a wide range of industry-leading IP cameras and encoders, and will also be available as an application for iOS and Android platforms for on- the-move mobile surveillance.

Mindtree has strategically worked with many leading security system integrators and camera vendors across the globe. The solution will be offered to customers in India and globally through a network of system integrators who will help customers with
deployment and training on the software usage.

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