Surveillance in the Digital Age
Surveillance is an ever essential part in keeping our public areas safe and protected. And with increasing computational power, the new opportunities available through surveillance are growing. High recording quality and high-performance allows better data analytics and the ability to run advanced technologies such as real-time facial recognition and traffic management – enabling instantaneous responses to any issues that might arise.
Digitalization means an ever increasing demand for higher surveillance data throughput, retention, and retrieval. But the main concern still remains the same, namely data recording stability. HDD has traditionally been the go to storage solution for surveillance, but the technology is already reaching the limits of performance. Solid state on the other hand holds much more potential; and as the relative price difference is dropping, solid state solutions are becoming more and more prevalent in the surveillance market.
Uncompromising Recording Stability
Any instability in data recording is sure to lead to frame loss, which in turn can have severe consequences for your surveillance operations. To address this we have developed RECLine™
which optimizes SSD firmware to ensure maximum stability, ensuring the integrity of your recorded data.
Fully Enabling Simultaneous Operations
As on the spot data analysis enables efficient and timely responses, data analytics is becoming more and more important for the surveillance operator. Along with simultaneous read/write operations, this drives a need for high-speed memory and storage solutions. Our Very Low Profile (VLP), MINI DRAM modules and InnoREC™ SSDs come in various form factors with high performance to ensure seamless data recording.
Simplifying System Expansion
Upgrading or implementing new surveillance systems can be a difficult process. With our Power over Ethernet (PoE) expansion cards
the system can readily handle power and data signal running through the same wiring; drastically simplifying your implementation and also saving costs.
- Network Attached Storage (NAS)
- Network Video Recorders (NVR)
- Digital Video Recorders (DVR)
2.5" SATA SSD 3MV2-P
M.2 (P42) 3TE4 B+M Key
M.2 (P42) 3TE4
M.2 (P80) 3TE4
2.5” SATA SSD 3TV6-P
USB EDC Vertical 2SE2
DDR5 Ultra Temperature SODIMM
DDR5 WT RDIMM
DDR5 WT RDIMM
DDR4 Ultra Temperature ECC SODIMM
DDR4 Ultra Temperature SODIMM