Video surveillance data storage needs are increasing and the best example of it is here. Each Calgary police officer’s body worn cameras now generate around 2.3GB per hour of video footage, or 18.4GB per shift. So, it will take only 4 hours a day for about a year for an officer to generate 1TB of … More Calgary police body worn cameras generate 1TB of video in 14 days!
Many of you might have a feeling that they can use a normal desk top hard drive for their surveillance needs. They go with this logic thinking that all hard drives are same and operate in a similar manner. But this assumption of them is quite wrong. Traditional, desktop hard drives are made to operate … More Difference between a normal hard drive and surveillance hard drive!
Here’s a video which shows you to simplify IP Surveillance Network Virtualization through DNF Security Falcon Unified Storage and Server. The video provides all the advantages of virtualization, virtual server basics, high-availability and redundancy issues solved by Falcon USS. DNF Security is a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory which offers intelligent digital and hybrid video … More How to simplify IP Surveillance Network Virtualization
As surveillance industry continues to transform from analog to digital, the technological need to update the way images are being captured and how they are being stored also increases to many folds. Earlier, people used to capture surveillance data on the VHS tapes and films, but now in this digital age it is being dropped … More Top reasons to choose DNF Security Scale-Out NAS for IP Video Surveillance
International Data Corporation (IDC) in its ‘Digital Universe’ study has given a prediction that almost 2.7 trillion GB of data is expected to be generated in 2012, which is almost 50 percent more than the previous year. Mckinsey and Co has given a prediction that the data generation will witness a 40% of growth till … More Two weeks worldwide video surveillance data storage is amounting to 18.4 billion GB