Mavenir has announced its Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA) product, which applies artificial intelligence to video stream analysis, enabling enterprises and communication service providers (CSPs) to gain instant insights and actionable intelligence. Industries are engaging cameras at a rapid pace to capture images and videos to understand, prevent and react to anomalies. With several petabytes of data generated by cameras every day, business users seek AI-based solutions to complement human staff responsible for detecting and responding to insights.
Mavenir’s IVA bundles pre-trained deep learning models and pre-configured workflows with AI-infused analytics that reduce the product’s time to value from several months to a few weeks. With the Mavenir IVA streamlined interface, users are empowered to configure and manage deployments, lowering the costs associated with skilled and scarce data scientists. The IVA leverages NVIDIA GPUs to accelerate processing of data at several stages of the workflow, delivering insights within milliseconds latencies. Built on an open, cloud-native framework, Mavenir’s IVA can be deployed on any cloud infrastructure and integrated into a multi-vendor environment that implements actions on the derived insights.
“Mavenir’s IVA is the first in a series of exciting products coming soon in the Mavenir AI Apps portfolio. IVA enables enterprises and CSPs to tap into AI-enabled solutions that empower businesses,” said Srinivas Chitiveli, AVP, Product Management, Mavenir Edge AI Apps and Intelligent Video Analytics. “Mavenir is a unique vendor capable of delivering IVA as part of a comprehensive 5G system, resulting in optimized deployments and lowered costs towards realizing value.”
Mavenir Edge AI, or MavEdge-AI, will further expand its portfolio of AI offerings with the NVIDIA Metropolis AI-on-5G converged platform, which includes an NVIDIA A30X converged accelerator and NVIDIA ConnectX SmartNIC with 5T-for-5G technology. The upcoming product further speeds time to market by offering packages that include Mavenir and NVIDIA software, NVIDIA-Certified Systems from Dell and 5G radios.