Iomega unveils new video surveillance storage management solutions for SMBs

Iomega, an EMC company and an innovator in data storage
solutions for small and medium businesses, announced its video surveillance
storage management solutions utilizing cost-effective Iomega StorCenter network
storage devices that provide superior yet economical local and  cloud
video surveillance solutions for SMBs and distributed enterprises.

In conjunction with Axis Communications, Niscayah and
Stanley, Iomega is unveiling the newest video surveillance network storage
solutions for SMBs and distributed enterprises at the security surveillance
industry’s premier tradeshow, ASIS International 2011.  

“Iomega network storage products with world class
EMC storage and security heritage are taking a central role in today’s
cost-effective IP-based video surveillance solutions for SMBs and distributed
enterprises,” said Jonathan Huberman, president of Iomega Corporation.

“With leading video management software, Iomega
StorCenter network storage units are the low-cost, high-feature network storage
alternative in the latest hosted video surveillance solutions that increase
levels of security while improving operational efficiencies and saving money.
Customers operating limited surveillance assets are no longer confined to
using analog technology because of cost. They now have the option to reap all
the benefits of cost-effective IP surveillance at an attractive price,”
Huberman added.

Iomega StorCenter network storage
products have integrated the Axis Video Hosting System (AVHS), jointly
developed with Axis Communications. The integrated AVHS client enables
customers to store video files locally at megapixel resolution and high frame
reates while supporting simultaneously streaming or batch uploading of video
data to a secure off-site storage facility developed by their hosting provider.

Iomega StorCenter network storage devices with AVHS are
designed for professional-level video surveillance with fast onsite camera
deployments, which can be especially beneficial for organizations with many
locations, such as franchises and bank branches.

The combination of Iomega StorCenter devices and Axis
network cameras allows customers to select different recording and retention
policies for both on-site and off-site video files, and also allows remote
access for monitoring and configuration from any web browser.  

The solution enables businesses to leverage the power and
cost-effectiveness of cloud services. Hosted video customers pay for only the
storage they need, allowing them to grow their infrastructure without requiring
additional capital investment. Deployment times will also be greatly reduced
due to limited infrastructure requirements.

AVHS-enabled Iomega StorCenter network storage devices
include the double-drive desktop Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 Cloud Edition NAS
unit, which ships with up to 6TB of networked storage capacity, the four-drive
desktop Iomega StorCenter ix4-200d Cloud Edition, with up to 12TB of storage
capacity; additionally, the new four-drive desktop Iomega StorCenter px4-300d
and six-drive px6-300d, with up to 18TB of storage.  

By Team
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