How to increase video storage if you’re NVR gets full?

Network Video Recorders (NVR) are devices which record live streams from IP cameras. Typically, these devices are designed to handle vast amounts of simultaneous video streams coming in from security cameras. NVRs also have the ability to re-broadcast those live feeds to live client machines (like tablets) locally or remotely.

Typically, most manufactures offer NVRs which can record live streams up to 32, 64 and 125 cameras as well. All those live streams are stored on the device for later analysis.

Now, what if the NVR’s storage capacity gets full? Means the storage media loaded on the NVR gets full? Some manufacturers offer the flexibility of adding hard drives and integrating the old capacity with the new one. But what if the added capacity also gets full?

Yeah, it’s possible, as the demand for better video resolution and higher frame rates is putting a lot of pressure on storage appliances.

In order to counter this trend effectively, DNF Security offers video storage appliances which are ideal for high volume environments with data intensive applications. As the demand for longer archive time is increasing, DNF Falcon series Video Storage appliances ensure maximized data retention and scalable performance.

DNF Falcon series video storage appliances are fault tolerant and come in convenient 2u rack mount chassis with hot swappable drives and trays. These appliances are available from 2TB to a maximum of 288TB capacity.

All falcon series video storage appliances are available with data protection features such as RAID 0,1,5,6,10,50,60 and JBOD across eight hot swappable SAS disk drives on an integrated ultra high performance 12Gbps SAS hardware RAID controller. An optional RAID cache flash memory backup module helps protect against data loss in the event of an environmental power failure.

A 740 Watt dual redundant 80-PLUS® Platinum 94.5% high-efficiency certified power supply with hot-swappable modules ensures continuous up-time and reduced electrical consumption.

All Falcon Series Video Storage appliances support an optional Cloud Connection for video archiving. Live recordings continue to be stored directly on the Falcon’s local storage, while archived footage can be written to and read from a secure StoneFly Cloud Drive hosted in Microsoft Azure or the StoneFly Cloud Business Center.

Thus, when all your storage needs are getting satiated by DNF Security solutions, why go for other video storage vendors?

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