Says it delivers a combined solution that stores large amounts of video files while optimizing the performance of the system
Quantum has released a video surveillance solution certified with Milestone Systems, provider of open platform IP video management software (VMS).
Quantum’s StorNext scale-out storage is now certified for use with Milestone XProtect VMS, delivering a combined solution that stores large amounts of video files while optimizing the performance of the system announced the press release. It raises the bar for performance and scalability and provides standards-based, easy-to-use storage for video surveillance workloads. The combination enables Milestone users to capture higher quality video streams from more cameras simultaneously and have that data available for policy-driven analytics and retention.
StorNext 5 offers a new approach for managing the entire storage infrastructure, aligning storage tiers to the requirements of different stages in the lifecycle of captured video and making data directly available to users through their primary applications, regardless of where the content is stored. In an XProtect environment, StorNext delivers video surveillance storage implementations that are more cost-effective and offer higher levels of security and data protection.
Christian Bohn, VP (Corporate Marketing and Alliances), Milestone Systems, said, “The increasing demand for video surveillance raises the importance of storing files in a scalable, high performance, open standards solution that is easy to use. It is in the best interest of our customers to be able to add more cameras without adding complexity, and StorNext and Milestone XProtect have now been certified to meet these needs.”
Geoff Stedman, SVP (StorNext Solutions), Quantum, said, “Video surveillance workloads place unique demands on storage, and the number of cameras in use, their format and resolution, and video retention policies typically affect system performance. StorNext and XProtect VMS offer a tiered storage solution that balances the cost of storage with performance, which is ideal for any system that requires high-performance video recording using hundreds of high-definition video streams.”