Rimage Gets $2.8M in Orders From Fed. Agencies
Rimage Corporation, an Edina-based provider of digital publishing solutions, announced Tuesday that it won $2.8 million in new video surveillance orders from U.S. federal agencies.
Two law enforcement agencies will use Rimage's new video surveillance solutions and associated services to export, distribute, and archive digital evidence. The equipment will be shipped in the third quarter of this year and installed soon after that.
“Managing surveillance video content is an ongoing challenge for many of our customers,” Christopher Wells, Rimage's vice president of marketing and strategy, said in a statement. “The Rimage surveillance solution simplifies the day-to-day maintenance of surveillance video, while at the same time enabling a sustainable long-term archive strategy.”
The federal agencies will make use of two of Rimage's offerings. Rimage Surveillance Publisher completely automates the process of exporting and publishing surveillance content while preserving the evidence chain of custody; Rimage Surveillance Archiver automates and manages long-term archiving to DVD or Blu-ray discs.
Founded in 1978, Rimage Corporation is among Minnesota's 75-largest public companies based on its 2008 revenue of $91.4 million. In 2009, it reported $83.2 million in revenue.