Webinar: “What’s the best Storage for my Surveillance System – NAS or iSCSI?”

May 21, 2010

What’s the best storage solution for your surveillance project? Tune in to this Thursday to find out!

DNF Security’s “What’s the best Storage for my Surveillance System – NAS or iSCSI?” webinar is this Thursday at 10am PST. If you are looking to improve your surveillance project through better storage solutions, then this is the webinar for you. We will answer all your inquiries, including:

  • Do I need more storage for my surveillance system?
  • How can advanced storage solutions solve my surveillance problems?
  • What are my storage choices and how much will it cost?
  • How can camera solutions, such as advanced IP cameras, benefit from better storage?

Learn about how NAS and iSCSI storage technologies can improve the efficiency of your surveillance project. Register today for this free webinar.

Register here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/464782218


Webinar: “iSCSI or NAS, which one should I buy?”

May 14, 2010

Back by popular demand, we are pleased to have yet another informative session on iSCSI vs. NAS storage solutions. Join us on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010 at 10am PST to discuss why iSCSI is the superior choice when shopping for a high performance storage solution.

You might think that both technologies have similar features, but both have their own advantages and disadvantages. Check out this webinar and discover:

  • The difference between iSCSI and NAS
  • Typical iSCSI/NAS applications
  • Advantages/disadvantages of iSCSI and NAS
  • When to buy iSCSI vs NAS

For those that missed our last session, this is a great chance to get caught up on the iSCSI vs. NAS debate and learn how choosing the right storage solution can help you avoid disaster while keeping costs down.

Click here to register.


Video Surveillance expected to climb up to $5.6 billion by 2013

May 13, 2010

In a down economy, high unemployment rates and tumbling stock prices are not the only factors that you have to worry about—increasing crime rates are another crucial factor. It seems inevitable that whenever things get a little tough the number of robberies, violent crimes, and other related activities are sure to come. But there is a silver lining, and that is the growing technology of video surveillance.

According to market research firm, IMS Research, the video surveillance storage market is expected to reach $5.6 billion within the next three years. Although DVR systems are the current heavy hitter in the surveillance world, the sophisticated digital wave of new surveillance technologies such as IP SANs (Storage Area Networks) and Video Surveillance as a Service (VSaaS) are on the rise. This is because surveillance networks as well as VSaaS are much more scalable and flexible than that of traditional analog solutions.

However that does not mean that DVR solutions are a thing of the past, there are many end-users that prefer the analog approach. But with the technology of security solutions increasing every day, it seems that the future of the surveillance security industry is digital.


Webinar – Going “Green” in a Virtual Environment: Essential or Idealistic?

May 7, 2010

Does going “green”, especially when it comes to virtualizing servers and storage, seem just too complicated, unattainable, or idealistic? Surprisingly it is not as hard as you think. Join us on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 10:00 am PST for our weekly webinar, and we will answer all your questions, including:

  • What is technology behind “green” server and storage virtualization?
  • What are the best practices and procedures to implement or enhance green savings for today’s virtual environments?
  • What is the pay off by going the “environmentally-friendly” route? Short term …Long term …

If you are trying to find new and cost effective ways to improve your current virtual environment, then this webinar will put your mind at ease. Sound interesting? Sign up here to and go green!


DNF Security Releases New Products

May 3, 2010

The wait is finally over! We finally unveiled our newest IP surveillance storage products. The Falcon- DL (Diskless Server) and Falcon-BVMS (Bunch of Video Management Software) are the latest additions to our Falcon product family series.

Falcon-DL is a series of diskless IP video recording and management servers. Featuring an energy-saving diskless design, Falcon-DL servers boot directly from DNF Security’s Seahawk line of Internet Protocol (IP) storage area network (SAN) devices to provide superior data protection, optimum mean time to repair (MTTR) and significant cost savings.

The Falcon-BVMS incorporates multiple VMS and integrated RAID protected shared video storage within a single physical hardware. The configuration allows users to have fewer points of management, save on energy expenses, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

For information about the Falcon-DL and Falcon-BVMS, please check out our press releases or contact our sales team.