Intel has announced strategic cooperation with the Chinese video surveillance provider NetPosa, and will invest in the latter to develop the Chinese digital security surveillance market.
Financial terms of the deal have not been released.
The two parties will develop and optimize the new-generation network video recorder, video management system, and cloud storage products and solutions based on Intel's Xeon and Atom platforms, as well as its MeeGo open operating system. Depending on its financial and technical advantages, Intel will provide comprehensive support, including software and hardware, to NetPosa's products, innovative solutions, and business expansions.
Kostas Katsohirakis, vice president of the software and services group of Intel, said that Intel's software platforms can well support the mutual access and compatibility of equipment, especially the MeeGo system, which is an extension of the company's Atom software strategy. He said Intel will further improve its cooperation with local enterprises in China.
NetPosa Technologies Ltd. is a leading digital video manufacturer in China specializing in the continuous research and development of core technology for video processing.