Haivision acquires CineMassive Displays
Haivision acquired CineMassive Displays. With the addition of CineMassive technology, Haivision will combine low latency live video with secure real-time data sources and communication elements to provide customers with a single-source situational awareness solution.
“Cyber security, networks and physical threats are today’s reality that governments and large enterprises are now tackling with global multidisciplinary teams,” says Mirko Wicha, Chairman and CEO of Haivision. “With the combination of Haivision and CineMassive technologies, customers can create a secure, global common operating image from a single vendor by leveraging both cloud connectivity and intelligent edge capabilities. “
Atlanta, GA-based CineMassive has 62 employees and reported 2020 revenue of approximately $ 20 million. It develops critical visual collaboration technology, including CineNet, a solution that aggregates content from multiple sources in real time for display and interaction within the control room. operations centers. It also enables secure sharing for a situational response across multi-site organizations and with remote collaborators. CineMassive has an exceptional installed base comprising Akamai, McKesson, Cox Communications, CBS, Stanford University, numerous US emergency / police response centers and tactical operations centers in all branches of the forces. American armies.
“We have worked with Haivision for over ten years and our companies share many common themes,” says David Minnix, co-founder and CEO of CineMassive. “Our approach to real-time performance, security and IT compliance to solve critical challenges of the utmost importance resonates at Haivision and is reflected in the long-standing relationships we both have with our customers. . “
The combination of a secure real-time video network and data visualization creates a unique offer on the market to meet the challenge of an immediate and coordinated response to complex situations. Haivision will provide end-to-end solutions tailored for critical collaboration in global security operations centers, joint and tactical operations centers, public security operations centers and control rooms.
“Haivision and CineMassive are very complementary in the government and defense markets,” says Brian Henry, Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Haivision. “Fortune 500 companies, public safety and emergency response teams are looking to proven defense-like approaches to situational response, and companies like Haivision and CineMassive that have built on years of commitment, reputation and trust in the most difficult markets. “