Which Architecture Delivers the Most Optimized Solution for Video Surveillance Applications? HCI or SDA
Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is a software-defined IT infrastructure that virtualizes all of the hardware elements of an IT system to enable all resources of a system to be shared across all instances of the IT system. HCI has been used by some companies to delivered video surveillance applications. Surveillance-Defined Architecture (SDA) is purpose-developed by Rasilient Systems for video surveillance applications. This webinar will review HCI, SDA, and the unique characteristics of video surveillance systems. It will conclude by comparing the complexity, scalability, and the total cost of ownership of two surveillance systems designed to address an identical video surveillance application with one based on HCI and the other based on SDA.
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DATE: July 29, 2020
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Andre Nathan, Sr. Sales Engineer, Rasilient Systems Inc.
Andre has 20 years of sales engineering experience in physical security when it evolved from analog to IP video and cloud. His expertise includes indepth knowledge of many different video surveillance hardware systems, VMS, ACS, PSIM and IP networking. He has designed and participated in the deployment of many systems in the gaming, DOD, city surveillance, education, government and transportation segments in Canada, U,S,A,, Latin America, and the Caribbean He has led many technical discussions, workshops, technical presentations, and webinars.
About Rasilient Systems
Because of the major differences in the characteristics between data and video, Rasilient Systems was founded in 2001 to deliver video surveillance systems purpose-built for mission critical video surveillance applications. These systems correct the intrinsic deficiencies created by adapting IT equipment designed for data applications for video surveillance applications. Its patented technologies have delivered optimized high performance forensic grade video surveillance systems with proven no-frame-drop (NFD) performance, and scalability that allows a system to scale from 50 cameras to thousands of cameras as needs evolve. Rasilient’s patent pending NFDLink technology allows video recording to be sent across continents using commonly available Internet services, cellular data, satellite data, and microwave with no degradation of video quality enabling the development of the next generation cloud services which do not sacrifice video quality. Rasilient’s systems have been deployed worldwide ro protect organizations from museums, financial institutions, correction facilities, smart cities, educations, transportation infrastructures, to branches of government For more information., please go to www.rasilient.com.
Duration: 1 Hour