Pivot3 Exhibits High-Definition Storage
Pivot3 will exhibit the company's High-Definition Storage at Booth 2527 during GovSec, U.S. Law and Ready.
The company will be demonstrating its latest High-Definition Storage, which allows government organizations to reduce storage infrastructure costs by as much as 50 percent even in the most complex video surveillance implementations, supporting a variety of cameras and video surveillance applications.
The Pivot3 High-Definition Storage is a clustered storage array, which aggregates capacity and bandwidth using the company’s RAIGE™ (RAID across Gigabit Ethernet) architecture.
Being based on IP technology, the flexible and low-cost solution has already been implemented by federal and local government organizations across the country, helping them store twice the video while supporting up to 16 times the data streams of traditional modular storage systems.
The Pivot3 IP-based system adds a higher level of data protection across multiple networked storage nodes, called Databanks, which are built using industry-standard x86 servers and disk drives, and are connected via common Gigabit Ethernet.