Argus Systems signs Manufacture Representation Agreement with Velasea, USA

Yesterday at ISC West in Las Vegas, Argus Systems announced it has signed an independent manufacturer representation agreement with Velasea Inc, USA to represent them in the Middle East & African markets. This agreement will allow Argus Systems to offer a wide range of purpose-built video surveillance and IT data centre infrastructure including servers, workstations, storage systems & networking to its customers.

Velasea builds purpose-built vertical-specific technologies for computer vision, physical security, machine learning, AI, HPC, elevated body temperature screening, digital signage, and digital broadcast. From their 60,000 square foot facility in Irvine, California, they partner with the leading ISVs, to manufacture custom computer appliances that have been tested and validated to suit specific requirements. Their state-of-the-art configuration labs sometime sees hundreds of builds completed each day by certified engineers whether for servers, blades, storage, or network configurations.

“We are very excited to announce our partnership with Velasea this partnership brings to the Middle East & Africa full-service systems that handles highly complex integrations. Velasea has partnered with numerous infrastructure manufacturers to bring along with us the best of the breed video surveillance infrastructure. From ultra-compact to hyper-converged configurations, we can now provide solutions to challenging emerging technology problems that are highly scalable and flexible to meet the demands of projects of any scale and size,” said Rohit Khubchandani.

Partnering with Argus Systems will give us a head start in launching our products and services in the Middle East & African Markets, we are committed to growing our customer base in these emerging markets and supporting our partnership with the local presence of Argus Systems and our international experience this relationship brings to market cutting-edge solutions and offers customers the ability to do more with less,” said Tom Larson.


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