BCD announced they will be partnering with Tiger Technology to provide Surveillance HA, an on-premises zero-loss failover solution for Milestone XProtect ® appliances. This solution utilizes Tiger Technology’s plug-in integrated with BCD’s trusted hardware to cluster two servers together to detect failover and ensure that when one server fails, another is ready to bridge the data gap and continue recording.
Virtualization has been a huge part of the IT industry for almost 20 years. Surprisingly, many in the industry are unfamiliar with the technology, its purpose, or how it relates to the ever-growing IP video surveillance market.
BCD Announces Release of Milestone XProtect ® Rapid Review Analytics Servers in Collaboration with NIT, an Ingram Micro Company
This series consists of four standalone analytics servers that have been designed, tested, and validated in BCD’s testing centers to withstand some of the most demanding video surveillance applications. Within the META region, this product portfolio will be made available exclusively through NIT, an Ingram Micro company (NIT), and a leading distributor of complete IP surveillance and security solutions across the region.
Given the 24x7x365 nature of business today, uptime and availability of video surveillance systems play an important role in determining the success of many organizations. Yet downtime happens, its reasons vary from sudden hardware failure to human error. When a system goes down, it can deny access to mission-critical video, leading to loss of safety, productivity, and efficiency.
While not every hardware failure is as dramatic as that one, consequences of IT hardware failure here on earth can be “astronomical” as well — lost productivity and revenue, expensive repairs and even legal or contractual liabilities being among them. Not only are video hardware failures costly, but they are also common when the hardware is not purpose-built.
Using mechanical switches to call up security cameras, engage intercoms or open doors? It may seem cumbersome and risky, but limited budgets force many corrections facilities to continue using analog systems. The good news is that it’s possible to make incremental moves forward toward Internet protocol (IP)-based cameras, digital video management software, and video appliances. But only a system with true open architecture can deliver a total lower cost of ownership and future scalability.
By Gurhan Yildiz, Regional Sales Manager - Turkey and CIS What trends and technologies do we encounter when we analyze the current state of the video security market? When we think of the Internet of Things (IoT), we think of small devices located at the extremes,...
For the past ten years (or so), we’ve watched the slow and steady transition away from analog and toward digital technologies in the video surveillance sphere and throughout the Technosphere at large. For us in the business of storage, this has meant finding efficient...