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.
March 9, 2010
We are excited to be a participant in the IP Technology Advancement Center (IP-TAC) at the ISC West trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 24th to the 26th. This booth (#24068), produced in partnership with ISC and PSA Security Network, will showcase DNF’s storage solutions with other integrated IP based systems from leading IP technology providers.
We will showcase our Falcon Video Management Engine (VME), a standalone management gateway for high availability, redundancy, scalability and simple integration with IP storage. In addition, we are exhibiting our Seahawk 1602 Series’ open platform compatibilities with the most highly developed video software and IP cameras.
To make an appointment with DNF Security at the show, please click here and a sales representative will contact you shortly. Also, check out the news release to learn more about DNF events at ISC West.
February 23, 2010
Surveillance on transit systems has been employed on various scales in every part of the world as public safety becomes more of a pressing issue. However, the older traditional systems typically have low resolution, fixed monitoring, and lack flexibility to increase the number of units. These systems do not provide the proper real time surveillance capabilities needed to capture every day activity.
Instead, transit systems need on the go surveillance with the flexibility to scale as storage needs grow. One solution is the ruggedized mobile surveillance which complies with military standards. This guarantees a perfect solution for moving medium surveillance where it can absorb shocks and vibrations. Real-time surveillance is provided by using cellular network to connect and allow live streaming as well as playback. In addition, it comes with Wi-fi built that offers wireless connectivity for new wireless IP cameras along with the regular IP camera. It can transfer hundreds of Mb data pretty quickly to archive them to remote storage.
February 9, 2010
We just announced that Vegas Valley Locking Systems is using the DNF Security Seahawk IP video storage system to help the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department monitor its two police substations. Scalability, low total cost of ownership, and ease of use were key factors in Vegas Valley’s decision
Vegas Valley felt the Seahawk’s external expansion support of up to 128TB, made it perfect for the future expansion needs of the police department. In addition, its open platform architecture was just right for connecting to the police department’s network, and supporting third party appliances such as its Arecont IP cameras, and Exacq video management software.
The Seahawk is designed to enhance performance without compromising retention, resolution, or functionality. High performance features include redundant power supply and 5 bonded Gigabit iSCSI connections. Furthermore, the Seahawk IP storage migrates video data from storage that is directly attached to the video server to storage that is on the network, making it easy to decouple incoming video streams from archived video. Advanced alerts and system notifications featured on the Seahawk help the department check the system’s status. To learn more about the Seahawk, check out this case study.
January 15, 2010
The mobile video surveillance market is expected to double by 2015 (Frost & Sullivan, July 2009), but are you equipped with the right system to handle harsh conditions? As proven by Military Standard testing, a good Ruggedized Mobile Surveillance system lasts longer, is safer from damage, and the right ones can communicate via multiple types of transmission.
To learn more about what to look for in a solution, sign up for our informative webinar Ruggedized Mobile Surveillance – Built to Move on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 11am PST.
We will provide in-depth information on standard mobile surveillance systems, the significant differences of a ruggedized solution and how DNF Security can fulfill those needs.
Click here to sign up for this important webinar.
January 5, 2010
Our webinar: “Hybrid Surveillance – The Best of Both Worlds” was a tremendous success. We have now posted the video for you to see and share with others. Just go to the Video section of our website (www.DNFsecurity.com) and log in to see the video.
Here are the main highlights of the video:
- The pros and cons of Analog and IP surveillance
- The wave of the future for surveillance
- How to maintain your current investment and gain all the benefits of IP-based surveillance
You can also view the datasheet for our Falcon Hybrid series, with application notes of what our Hybrid system can do for security end-users.
December 2, 2009
- Do you have an existing analog CCTV surveillance system that you want to improve or expand?
- Are you looking to break into IP Surveillance solutions?
- Are you ready to simplify your deployments with a single surveillance platform?
If so, sign up for our “Hybrid Surveillance – The Best of Both Worlds“ webinar on Tuesday, December 15th – to get the direction and answers you need.
We will provide an in-depth overview of analog and network-based systems, hybrid surveillance, and how to choose the right configuration, teaching you how to maintain your current investment and gain all of the benefits of an IP-based surveillance system.
Click here to sign up for this informative webinar.