Networking Security


Products

  • Purple microSD card

    As the adoption of 4K Ultra HD video, emerging artificial intelligence (AI) applications and analytics drive the rapid growth and evolution of data in surveillance, Western Digital Corp unveiled the Western Digital Purple microSD card, purpose-built for the complex and dynamic data demands of modern surveillance cameras and edge systems. Whether it’s a business employing surveillance video to keep their assets secure or a retailer utilizing surveillance to accurately analyze shopping behavior through video facial recognition, capturing and assessing every moment is critical. Optimized for 24/7 surveillance video capture, surveillance system operators can count on Western Digital Purple microSD card to support continuous surveillance. more

  • EtherHaul 8010FX

    Siklu announced the EtherHaul 8010FX (EH- 8010FX). With 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) full duplex capacity, and operating over the interference free 70/80GHz E-band spectrum, the new EtherHaul 8010FX provides a reliable fiber extension solution where fiber exists, and greenfield Gigabit connectivity. The main features are: 10Gbps full-duplex Point to Point (PtP) operation in the lightly licensed 71-76 / 81-86GHz band, with multiple 2000MHz channels, support for both optical and copper 10GbE interfaces, and a selection of halffoot, one foot or two foot antennas. more

  • Wisenet WAVE servers

    Hanwha Techwin America announced a new line of NVR (Network Video Recorder) servers designed specifically for the Wisenet Wave VMS (Video Management System). The company also announced is a turnkey WAVE client workstation pre-installed with Wisenet WAVE for hassle-free deployment. The servers are optimized, tested and backed by Hanwha tech support so that integrators can start an install with minimum prep time. The Wisenet WAVE servers are available in two tower form factors and two rack form factors with varying specifications to meet various customers’ needs. All servers support Wisenet and ONVIF conformant IP cameras. The new servers are available immediately from Hanwha’s national distribution partners. more

  • Vicon's Valerus VMS Software

  • Persistent Low Altitude Surveillance


Webinars


Podcasts

  • Expo Seguridad Conversation: Infinova

    Adolf Salas, vice president of Infinova’s Latin American/Caribbean group, discusses how end users can make the move from an existing analog surveillance infrastructure to network-based surveillance at Expo Seguridad Mexico. more

  • On the Move: Al Shipp, CEO of 3VR

    Ralph Jensen, Security Products editor-in-chief, talks with Al Shipp from 3VR. more

  • ISC West Podcast: Bosch

    Jeremy Hockham, president of sales in the Americas for Bosch, talks about the economy, his vision for 2009 and beyond and the importance of standards at the second day of ISC West. more


Videos

  • ISC West Conversation: Next Level Security Systems

    Peter Jankowski and Jumbi Edulbehram with Next Level Security Systems discuss some of the trends in the IP video market along with the migration to standards at ISC West. more

  • ISC West Conversation: Axis Communications

    Fredrik Nilsson, general manager of Axis Communications, discusses verticals where IP video is beginning to become more prevalent and some upcoming trends in the space, including video surveillance as a service, at ISC West. more

  • ISC West Conversation: VideoIQ

    Scott Schnell, president and CEO of VideoIQ, talk about the company and its products with Security Products Editor-In-Chief Ralph Jensen at ISC West. more


Whitepapers

  • Best Practices for Video Storage Infrastructure

    This white paper focuses on how to specify video storage, why video is a unique storage challenge and why systems must be carefully thought out to ensure crucial data isn’t lost. Central to the discussion is a review of the three storage technologies you are likely to run across including Direct Attached Storage (DAS), Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Networks (SAN). more

  • Considerations When Selecting a Digital Video Management Platform

    A Digital Video Management System acts as the front end interface to the operators of a security system. It is the most visible component in a security and surveillance installation and often the most important component to decide on. The DVMS features and level of integration with cameras and other security sensor devices will ultimately determine if it will meet the needs of your organization or customer. more

  • Understanding H.264

    Data compression is the process of encoding information to reduce the number of bits as compared to the uncompressed version of the information. A compression process will reduce the disk space required to store the information, and bandwidth required to transmit information. more


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Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - June 2018

    June 2018

    Featuring:

    • Penalty Free Security
    • Video Grand Slam
    • Out of Harm's Way
    • The Focus on Public Space
    • Think Beyond the Perimeter

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  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Infrastructure Solutions Group
  • School Planning & Managmenet
  • College Planning & Management
  • Campus Security & Life Safety