As of June 11, 2007, BroadWare Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Cisco Systems, Inc. BroadWare Technologies, Inc., a network video systems company, engages in the development and delivery of platforms and end-to-end browser-based solutions for collecting, recording, routing, and managing live and archived surveillance video. It offers Media Platform, a suite of server-based technologies for management, distribution, and storage of video surveillance data in a network environment; and Application Server, which enables users to determine levels of authority for viewing cameras, creating or viewing archives, and controlling movable cameras. The company offers Command Server, a digital matrix switch that allows each operator and intelligent application to control the video being displayed on various monitors; and Media Server that enables distribution, archiving, and management of video feeds. In addition, BroadWare Technologies provides specialty professional services, education and training, and support services. The company provides its products for use in applications, such as military bases, unmanned vehicles, embassies, corrections, border control, perimeter montoring, law enforcement, airports and seaports, homeland security, traffic montoring, and public infrastructure montoring, as well as corporate security, retail, public transit systems, gaming, health care, colleges and universities monitoring, petro-chemical, utlitites, and financial services. It serves airports and seaports, transportation systems, and various federal agencies and military branches. The company, formerly known as Graham Technology Solutions, was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Cisco buys IP-based video surveillance company, BroadWare (venturebeat.com)