barox to launch new 10Gb ‘light-core’ switch range at The Security Event


barox will be showing their range of Ethernet switches and Device Management System (DMS) VMS integration technology, at The Security Event (TSE), taking place between 30 April – 2 May 2024 at the NEC, Birmingham.

Visitors can find barox at stand number 5/P90, where they will be showing their support of professional systems integrators by demonstrating integration to a wide range of 3rd party VMS/PSIM control systems – via an range of integration plugins, including those for Milestone, Genetec and Genesys by ISM.

Among the integrations on display, for the first time at TSE, barox will show how their Ethernet switch products and advanced DMS network monitoring tool are now integrated to Genesys by ISM – the NPSA approved command and control platform, thanks to its CAPSS certification.

With this advanced barox integration capability, security surveillance solutions for Government, MOD, data centres and other high security sectors, to name but a few, now have access to sophisticated network diagnostic tools, across site-wide security systems and Building Management Solutions, via the Genesys by ISM integrated Command and Control platform.

barox states its advanced third-party integration enables access to the full range of barox technology benefits, including Active Camera Monitoring, PoE monitoring, Active PoE Power-up Management, and Non-Stop PoE – while their easy-to-use graphical interface and diagnostic tools give the ability for network switches to act as ‘health centres’ for other devices on the network.

In addition, barox claims their integration delivers strengthened cyber security between the camera, and command and control platform – including authentication certificate login.

According to barox, with barox Ethernet switch integration, enhanced diagnostic data showing the status of cameras and switches on a graphical chart, enables the fast pinpointing of network or device issues – enabling faults and outages to be diagnosed remotely.

For example, if a network camera fails to respond, barox switches can be used to autonomously send a re-boot command, saving invaluable device downtime and in many cases can bring a device back online/resolve the issue with no engineer involvement.

In the case of a security breach, devices can be disabled at user level to maintain operation, whilst full remote control of PoE on ports allows users to re-set or switch them off if required.

Also to be seen at the show, barox will reveal their all-new RY-LGSO38-10 19″ 10Gb Ethernet switch, featuring 10 x 10Gb port capability with a substantial 200Gb backplane, DMS, strong security features and dynamic routing.

The first of a new range of 10Gb SFP switches, the Layer 2 and Layer 3 device was developed specifically to cater for the ever-increasing bandwidth demands of modern video over IP and video streaming, in conjunction with multicast – for large projects and the latest camera advancements.

The new switch also boasts extensive security features, that protect both the switch itself and network traffic. With its extensive management options, the most complex of network requirements can be met.

Commenting on the show, Sarah Moss, barox Sales Manager UK & Eire says: “We are looking forward to exhibiting at this year’s The Security Event, demonstrating how barox’s unique depth of switch and integration technology can optimise video network performance, management and efficiencies.”

Rudolf Rohr, barox Co-founder & Managing partner said: “We are looking forward to demonstrating barox’s technical ability to integrate its DMS network monitoring tool into third-party VMS platforms at this year’s TSE.

“This ability is unique in the CCTV market and has the potential to dramatically reduce support engineering calls and costs, by helping to quickly pinpoint and potentially resolve network, device and cable issues without any user interaction.

“This extensive integration capability sets barox apart from other switch providers and is just one step on our journey to further build our international brand.”

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