San Diego-based Iomega Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of EMC (News - Alert) Corporation and a worldwide leader in innovative storage solutions for small businesses, home offices, consumers and others recently announced that it is going to unveil the newest video surveillance network storage solutions for SMBs and distributed enterprises at the security surveillance industry's premier tradeshow, ASIS International 2011. The event will take place between September 19th and 21st at the Orlando County Convention Center.
In a press release, the company explained that expensive analog technology for video surveillance has become outdated and SMBs are increasingly adopting IP based video surveillance solutions for cost efficiency and increased security.
Iomega StorCenter(TM) network storage products have integrated the Axis Video Hosting System (AVHS) for professional-level video surveillance, with fast onsite camera deployments. The organizations with many locations, such as franchises and bank branches can especially benefit from this system, the company explained. 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.
Niscayah, the provider of cloud-based InSight 24/7 video hosting service, using Axis Video Hosting Service (AVHS) software and Axis surveillance cameras is going to leverage Iomega StorCenter units for local storage and EMC Atmos cloud storage, enabling scalable growth of an SMB's video hosting platform.
"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. 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,” president of Iomega Corporation Jonathan Huberman explained in a statement.
Iomega invites the interested ASIS attendees to Iomega booth #2285 for a live demonstration of Iomega's network storage video surveillance solutions.