IBM enters video surveillance software market

Wednesday, 8 November 2006, 12:21 AM EST

IBM has started selling security software that analyzes data from video surveillance cameras in real time, generating instant alerts of potential security breeches.

The new product, dubbed Smart Surveillance System or S3, can transmit information collected by digital video cameras over computer networks, allowing it to be monitored remotely.

At Reuters.

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