QSAN Technology, Inc. will showcase over 1,000 high definition IP camera storage solution in Secutech Taipei 2016. QSAN has worked with Seagate to develop a proof-of-concept solution of large-scale high definition IP camera deployment using AegisSAN LX P600Q model. As video surveillance industry moves towards high definition and IP-based cameras, the stress on storage system is getting higher and higher.
QSAN has worked with storage industry leader, Seagate to devise a large scale IP camera solution that involves over 1,000 HD IP cameras using ninety six Enterprise Capacity 3.5" HDDs with SATA interface. Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5" HDD provides high capacity as well as stable performance output to satisfy the stringent requirement of over 1,000 IP cameras accessing the data storage simultaneously. In dealing with large-scale surveillance system, block storage like iSCSI and Fibre Channel is the ultimate choice to do the heavy lifting. In addition to performance and capacity, P600Q model offers system-wise high availability through active-active dual controller design and enterprise-grade storage features such as writeable snapshot, local cloning, remote replication, thin provisioning, and SSD caching to enhance data protection and increase storage efficiency. These functions are provided without extra charges.
The new, robust Seagate 10TB Enterprise Capacity 3.5" HDD provides maximum storage capacity for easy system integration by using the standard 3.5-inch CMR design. Incorporating seven platters and 14 heads, the drive seals in helium to create a turbulence-free, quiet environment, decreasing both friction and resistance on the platters and delivering the industry's lowest power/TB ratio and weight specifications for a 10TB HDD. Offering 25 percent more density to help businesses dramatically increase petabytes per rack, the drive delivers higher performance and reduced power and weight.
Welcome to visit QSAN at booth 3521 at Nankang exhibition hall. Talk to our storage specialists and we can solve any of your storage queries.
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