Accordance: A total solutions supplier for integrated storage devices and surveillance applications
Press release [Wednesday 5 June 2013]
In 1998, Accordance delivered the first Direct IDE-IDE RAID 1 disk array subsystem in the world and has since continued to provide different disk array products for over 10 years. ARAID not only sells to Japan, the US, Europe, Australia and Taiwan, but also has been appointed by many users as their standard disk array products for servers, industrial PCs, production machines, NAS systems and others. With 16 years of experience developing IDE, SATA and SCSI disk array products, Accordance is now focusing on developing and manufacturing RAID 1/RAID 0 disk arrays, Industrial RAID servers, megapixel surveillance IP cameras and monitoring software to fulfill the need of global customers.
RAID 1/RAID 0 disk arrays are internal "ARAID 3500" designs for 3.5-inch SATA II/SATA III HDD and "ARAID M300" designs for 2.5-inch SATA II/SSD HDD. ARAID supports AHCI mode; there is no need for add-on cards and drivers. Users do not need to stop their computers when swapping HDDs, and they can do auto rebuilding. External models come with standalone power supply units for stable and safe operation. It also has holes in the front panel and uses an aluminum casing for heat dissipation. ARAID also provides IDE, USB 3.0 and e-SATA host interfaces for users to choose from.
RAID servers are industrial standard products with good stability and quality. They include RAID 1 for OS hard drives and RAID 5 for data drives. Accordance provides 4U and 3U rack mount type, desktop type, and others to fulfill users' needs. They can be used as work stations, network servers, database servers, NDVR and other applications.
In the current surveillance market, foreign brands' surveillance cameras may not meet Taiwan users' requirements, so Accordance has decided to design and manufacture its own brand camera series, called "ARay," (including 3MP, 2MP and 1.3MP models) which uses Sony CMOS sensors with minimum illumination of 0.1 lux at Color mode and 0.01 lux at Black/White mode. It comes with H.264, MPEG4, and MJPEG compression types, supports PoE and motion detection and built-in SD cards and microphones. Furthermore, the ARay series uses aluminum to build its casing to facilitate heat dissipation.
Another product is called "AOR" (operating action video recording system for computer), which is a monitoring software. In order to keep the data center running smoothly, administrators should let all users login to the managed devices that they've been authorized to, so they can operate without any delay and all use of resources can be maximized. On the other hand, the biggest headache for administrators is that they may not be able track all that system Integrators, users and maintenance service providers had done to the equipment. The solution is to use the high-resolution IPEPS of ADDER to connect with the existing equipment or KVM directly or indirectly, and then use the Accordance RCVM program to record all the operating activities. Administrators can playback at anytime to identify the responsible party once there is a problem. It is not necessary to install any monitoring engine at any device. Neither will it increase the loading and bandwidth for any device.
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