SecureLogiq, manufacturer of high specification video servers, has relaunched its product range to provide 12 off-the-shelf server solutions for HD video applications. Previously the company specialised in bespoke solutions including its top-end server configuration that is 4U high and can record 1000 HD CCTV cameras (1080p) at full frame rate continuously and store the images for 30 days.
The company’s servers have been used on projects such as the London 2012 Olympics, the London Shard ANPR system, Cross Rail, and Mersey ferries.
SecureLogiq sales director Robin Hughes, formerly business development director at Avigilon for over six years provided info on these solutions. He indicated that the new product range has been designed to provide customers with an easy to understand range of products that would scale up from entry level according to their needs.
The product range comprises 1U, 2U and 3U servers which have been fitted out with high specification components and fine tuned for handling high quality HD video. As a result, the machines are able to record more channels at a faster rate and store it for longer than comparable size servers.
Hughes said the company is responding to a requirement in the market for high spec servers that wasn’t being addressed by traditional IT servers.
“The feedback we have had from the market is that this is the missing piece in the HD jigsaw puzzle,” said Hughes. […]Source: securitynewsdesk.com