Pivot3, a technology leader in hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions for the modern data center, announced that the company experienced record growth throughout 2016, with the year’s total revenue increasing by 84 percent over the prior year —including a more than 200-percent increase in Q4 2016 from Q4 2015— and significant deals secured across federal, healthcare and education customers.
Nexsan™ announced that Corona-Norco Unified School District has deployed Nexsan’s E-Series Model E60™ solution to meet increasing storage demands and accommodate the s chool districts new video surveillance mandate. CNUSD expects these projects to exceed a petabyte of storage. Corona-Norco has more than 20,000 desktops to protect and growing volumes of data, including data generated from a large new video surveillance implementation, the district continued to face difficulties with its existing Fibre Channel-based storage infrastructure and associated high cost per terabyte.
Arteco, a global provider of video event management solutions, announced its integration with SANS Technology’s enterprise-class storage solution Syneto. The technology partnership ensures the Arteco Video Event Management System (VEMS) is optimized for robust performance and reliability when hosted on the SANS-Syneto storage appliance. The integration helps ensure video data is stored and protected, while video management capabilities are readily available for video monitoring, security, and operational purposes. Clients and integrator partners benefit from this proven integration that increases storage and video management options for those seeking to protect video data in mission-critical surveillance environments.
Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) announced expansions to its storage solutions family and technology partner ecosystem for video surveillance and security. With the new Xcellis™ Application Director E, customers in low camera-count environments can now run video management systems (VMS) or analytic applications with directly attached storage.
While the aging population rises with the declining birth rate, healthcare has become a crucial issue all over the world. Security in and around the healthcare institution is always a major concern due to the open nature of these places and the sensitivity of hospital operations. To protect the staff, patients, visitors, as well as the assets in many areas in the hospital, the security requirements are much more stringent than those in regular surveillance applications. Being a professional solution provider in vertical application, Surveon offers complete healthcare solutions, including high-resolution cameras, enterprise hardware RAID NVR, as well as enterprise VMS with real-time video analytics (VA) to detect forbidden area access like patient rooms, protecting the patients and staff from potential risks.
Veracity, a leading provider of innovative, intelligent solutions that solve real-world IP video challenges in transmission, storage and display, takes a leading slot in delivering a Paper explaining the critical differences which exist between IT data and Video data, exposing misconceptions that are common across the surveillance industry. Veracity will be both presenting and exhibiting at the San Diego Security Show which is being held at the Town and Country Convention Center in San Diego, CA., on January 25th and 26th, 2017.
Having rolled out this integrated solution back in 2012, Overland Storage is once again touting the ability to store video feeds from MOBOTIX IP-cameras. It was a good idea back then and it is once again. And now in January 2017, Overland Storage, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sphere 3D (NASDAQ:ANY), is announcing the availability of its pre-configured and integrated MOBOTIX video surveillance data storage offering built on its industry renowned SnapServer® network attached storage (NAS) solution. MOBOTIX and Overland Storage have collaborated to re-introduce a process for simplicity and integration between IP networked video surveillance systems and data storage.
Keeping your footage safe and secure 24/7 is IndigoVision’s number one priority. With over 16 years experience in working with storage solutions, we know exactly what makes a world class NVR that is safe, reliable, and trustworthy. IndigoVision’s NVRs have been designed and injected with Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) to allow you to easily expand your system. They also contain IndigoVision’s innovative SMART.guard technology. SMART.guard introduces five layers of security to protect your data. Cybersecurity, Digital Watermarking, NVR Failover, RAID resilience, and Fault Monitoring.
FLIR Systems announced the second generation of the FLIR Meridian Network Video Recorder (NVR). An all-in-one video surveillance recording system, the second generation product adds a built-in 8-port PoE switch and dual monitor display functionality. Ideal for small to medium enterprise security systems, the FLIR Meridian NVR’s new built-in 8-port PoE switch and external 8-port PoE switch options allows you to connect up to 24 cameras.
Viakoo, the leader in automated verification of physical security system performance, announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued its U.S. Patent No. 9,456,190. The patent covers methods for independently calculating the actual time period of retention for an individual video data stream on a recording system. Viakoo has implemented this patent in its products to automatically detect, track, and validate Video Retention Compliance (VRC) as a key performance metric.