September 6, 2011
This week DNF Security announced a technology partnership with leading IP-camera provider Arecont Vision. DNF Security has worked with Arecont Vision to set up DNF video storage solutions to Arecont’s MegaLab in Los Angeles, California.
MegaLab is a unique facility where end users and integrators can come and see these systems operating in real time. With Arecont Vision’s line of dynamic IP cameras bundled with leading VMS, video storage solutions, and now DNF Security’s high performance storage appliances, visitors can witness how these solutions work together before buying.
For more information about this partnership check out our latest press release. And for more information on how to visit Arecont Vision’s MegaLab visit their website at www.arecontvision.com.
July 15, 2011
The other day, while just clicking through the web, I found this article “How to Gear Up ATM Security Using IP Surveillance?” and it really caught my attention. We all know that IP Surveillance has its advantages, (including higher levels of image resolution, etc.) but there is no other industry that benefits from an IP environment than banks.
Here are some highlight advantages that the article addresses:
- High resolution streaming makes it possible to detect thieves with much precision than CCTV.
- Mobility of IP enables surveillance personnel to access video footage remotely.
- IP Video prevents a process called “skimming” from ATMs.
Want to learn more about how to implement IP to your surveillance environment? Watch this informative webinar on DNF Security’s YouTube page.
June 28, 2011
As a major port in the west coast, the Port of West Sacramento is centrally located among the busiest transportation grid of major highways, airports, and national railway systems. With an extensive amount of industrial and agricultural goods shipped in and out their harbors everyday, the Port of West Sacramento’s aging, decentralized surveillance system was just not cutting it. A major upgrade was in order, but with the installs of highly advanced cameras and more demanding surveillance applications, the Port decided that DNF Security’s line of video storage, video management engines (VME) and video workstations were the best choice to transition their surveillance environment to a more efficient system.
Learn more about how our surveillance solutions helped the Port of West Sacramento on this latest case study.
June 21, 2011
Powerful yet cost-effective, DNF Security’s Falcon Video Storage Series is ideal for entry-level or midrange surveillance environments in need of a reliable video storage and management solution. All Falcon appliances solutions are simple to install, easy to use, and utilizes the latest in surveillance technology to scale and grow your environment at your own pace.
Check out our over 25 different flavors of Falcons on our products page.
June 15, 2011
MySecurity.com.au, Australia’s leading security and surveillance news portal has featured DNF Corp. CEO, Mo Tahmasebi on their “Security Leadership Series“. Learn more about the CEO, DNF Security, and how we can expect for DNF Security in the future.
To learn more, read here.
January 5, 2011
We’re excited to announce that DNF Security’s Falcon Unified Storage & Server (USS™) is named a finalist in the 2011 Global Excellence Awards in the Best Security Hardware Product category. Presented by the leading information security research and advisory guide, Info Security Products Guide DNF Security is proud to be recognized for our high performance surveillance solutions. Winners of the Global Excellence Awards will be announced next month in February in an honorary ceremony in San Francisco. Wish us luck!
Please read our recent press release for more information.
December 21, 2010
Things are looking up for the IP surveillance market. 2010 has been a good year, as IP Camera Sales alone jumped 30% according to IPVideoMarket.info. But 2011 is looking even brighter, and here are the top reasons why:
- Mature IP Technology: Over the past years, the IP Surveillance market is developing at a rapid rate by offering more advanced IP cameras, Video Management Software, and Video Management Engines at a better cost.
- Declining Analog Surveillance Sales: As IP Surveillance offers more scalable, affordable and performance-driven features, analog cameras and DVR sales have declined and are expected to decline in the following years.
- Demand for Image Quality and HD Cameras: Resolution is key in today’s surveillance industry, and IP Cameras these days are boosting up their megapixel resolutions like never before.
- Economic Rebound: With the economy slowly rebounding from the recession, we see more companies investing more on surveillance, giving the IP surveillance market a broader customer base than in recent years.