Stonefly continues to expand its disaster recovery product line!

StoneFly, Inc, a pioneer in offering IP Storage solutions has announced the release of its StoneFly Z-series and M-series DR backup appliances. Hence, with the latest addition StoneFly, which is a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory has ensured that its disaster recovery product line is enduring.

StoneFly Z series of DR backup appliance is the newest member of StoneFly’s backup and disaster recovery line of products led by StoneFly DR365 which provide a total backup solution for all of an office or datacenter’s physical, virtual server and workstation needs. Utilizing the latest in storage technology architecture, StoneFly’s Z-Series offers capacities ranging from just a few TeraBytes, all of the way up to one PetaByte.

StoneFly’s Z-series backup and disaster recovery appliance is a mid level enterprise solution which supports central management console, granular file/folder/volume or bare metal recovery, SSL encryption, compression, data deduplication, and all four types of P2P, P2V, V2P and V2V operations to restore any backup to any physical or virtual platform. “Z-Series appliances are available in integrated, modular and high-availability configurations,” said Mo Tahmasebi, president and CEO for StoneFly. He added that an optional embedded hypervisor combined with our versatile backup engine allows any backup image of a physical or virtual system to be automatically converted into a Virtual Machine (VM) and spun up directly on the Z-Series appliance.”

Z-Series backup agents support a multitude of environments, including Windows servers and workstations, VMware, Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Oracle VM, as well as multiple flavors of Linux. VMware ESX/ESXi and Hyper-V servers implement agentless backups where the agent is installed only on the hypervisor and not on the actual VMs. Specialized backup agents for Exchange, SQL, SharePoint and Active Directory provide reliable recovery down to an individual email message or database table.

Compatible with StoneFly’s CDR365 Cloud Disaster Recovery Service, backup images from the StoneFly Z-Series appliance can be automatically replicated to secure cloud storage for a true hybrid cloud solution. The CDR365 application combines an easy to use interface with powerful functionality, making a disaster recovery plan simple, reliable and affordable.

Coming to StoneFly M-series entry level backup and disaster recovery appliance, it comes with a spin up virtual machine on virtual appliance and possesses backup compression. With the availability of deduplication feature for backups, elimination of duplicate copies of repeating data can be achieved and thus the storage space can be used intelligently.

With the presence of features such as offsite vaulting and cloud replication StoneFly M Series of DR appliance can allow copying of backup images to tapes or portable hard drives for additional level of disaster recovery. Those tapes or external hard drives can then be transported off of the premises to be safely stored in offsite vaulting. If a catastrophe strikes, those offsite backups can then be used to restore your data on a new machine.

To know more call 510.265.1616 or click on StoneFly M-series DR backup appliance or StoneFly Z series DR backup appliance.

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Axis unveils security surveillance camera for outdoor use on vehicles

Swedish security camera maker Axis Communications which will soon be acquired by digital camera make Canon has unveiled a security surveillance camera which can be used for outside on-vehicle surveillance activities.

Axis P3905-RE is an outdoor ready video surveillance camera added to the family of compact, rugged and discreet cameras of Axis P39-R Network Camera series. They are all well designed for onboard video surveillance in or on buses, trains, subway cars and emergency vehicles.

Axis P3905-RE series of network cameras area ideal to be mounted on the exterior of a vehicle, increasing safety onboard and simplifying incident investigations.

For instance, these cameras can be used for rearview surveillance alongside the vehicle outer surface, down mounted over a door or as a forward facing camera.

AXIS P3905-RE has passed the demanding IP69K tests and can withstand tough conditions such as vibrations, shocks, bumps and temperature fluctuations, as well as normal vehicle maintenance like washing. The cameras also feature an active tampering alarm function for the detection of tampering attempts such as blocking or spray-painting.

Axis P3905-RE camera can also be used for monitoring vehicle interiors and so can be used to keep a tab of the activity happening in driver’s cabin or inside a vehicle of a public transport system. But is best suited to be used as a cost-efficient and reliable installation ideal for buses, trains, trucks and emergency vehicles.

AXIS P3905-RE comes with a 6 mm lens that provides a 55° horizontal field of view optimized for the typical use of surveillance alongside a vehicle. If a wider field of view is required, the housing also allows customers to change to a 3.6 mm lens offering an 87° horizontal field of view. The new outdoor housing is offered as a separate accessory to AXIS P3904-R and AXIS P3905-R that comes with the 3.6 mm lens at delivery. AXIS P3905-RE supports Axis’ Corridor Format, which provides a vertically-oriented view ideal for monitoring roads, tracks plus platforms and is perfect for monitoring hallways, platforms, tunnels and aisles

All AXIS P39-RE cameras are available with either a male RJ45 connector or a rugged M12 connector. The cameras provide a pixel counter for verifying that the pixel resolution of an object meets specific requirements.

To know AXIS P3904-RE outside vehicle mounted network camera price and availability please contact the customer support of Axis communications.

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Dynamic Network Factory offers data storage solutions and related services for defense field!

Dynamic Network Factory (DNF Corp) offers data storage solutions & related services for mission critical defense sector. And it has been a supplier of rugged and extreme environment IT systems to naval defense, information warfare technology and advanced countermeasure systems in United States for nearly two decades.

The solution includes rugged systems like NAS/IP SAN/ and server converged architecture platforms, which are MIL-STD 810F Complaint Appliances and Network Equipment Building Systems Complaint Systems.

Apart from the said products it offers IT support & maintenance for your current military grade networked systems.

If you are looking to replace you’re working and non-working end of life units, then DNF Corporation will be glad to assist you. It will help you in resource planning and lifecycle needs. As all data is critical in these environments; maintaining competitive advantages, securing patented technology, protecting business strategy, and eliminating risk to sensitive customer and partner information will be essential. DNF will help you establish and administer security procedures & permissions and rights, set up disaster recovery and backup systems and processes, maintenance, and recommend & deploy critical security applications for your business

This company can help remove all asset tags, markings, wipe all sensitive data, and properly destroy hard drives and electronic media. DNF works by standards established by the National Association of Information Destruction (NIAD) to ensure you’re protected. The company also has a relationship with electronics recycling firms that re-purpose materials and units ethically.

Its client list includes:

  • AFRL – Air Force Research Laboratory,
  • BAE Systems,
  • Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.,
  • Boeing Company,
  • Dynamics Engineering Co.,
  • Lockheed Martin,
  • US Department of Defense,
  • Naval Air Warfare Training Center,
  • Naval Surface Warfare,
  • Naval Undersea Warfare Northrop Grumman,
  • NOPF – Naval Ocean Processing Facility Raytheon,
  • United States Air Force,
  • United States Navy,
  • S. Army Simulation,
  • Training and Instrumentation Command,
  • S. Naval Hospital, etc.

For more details, call 510-265-1122 or click www.dnfcorp.com.

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Build a resilient video surveillance and storage solutions

Many companies irrespective of their size and operating business vertical depend on video surveillance field for security purposes. Accordingly, with the growth of video surveillance data a heavy impact on network bandwidth is observed and hence it increases storage demands. So, here’s a video presented which helps in building a resilient video surveillance and storage solution for your enterprise mission critical surveillance needs.

Build a resilient video surveillance and storage solutions

The video is scrape-off of a webinar organized by DNF Security on the same topic. DNF Security is a leading manufacturer of dependable, mission-critical video surveillance solutions. Each DNF Security video solution is designed to handle the most complex video surveillance and physical security environments. The company which is a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory offers a comprehensive range of products that provide enhanced storage protection, redundancy, high availability, and superior scalability in each cost-effective configuration. Our video hardware platforms take the guesswork out of video surveillance.

Headquartered in the heart of the Silicon Valley, DNF has provided small businesses and enterprises worldwide with innovative storage and server solutions. We offer a comprehensive range of video surveillance solutions including intelligent digital or hybrid video management systems, video management engines, mobile surveillance systems, viewing workstations, and scalable IP storage. By using open-platform architecture on all our systems, we ensure high performance and compatibility with leading IP and mega pixel cameras, and video management software.

With a growing nationwide customer base, DNF Security simplifies the unique security video management needs of small to medium enterprises (SME), law enforcement agencies, gaming, municipalities, and government agencies.

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Best Video surveillance cameras for commercial buildings!

Security monitoring in commercial establishments can prove efficient if the security team has proper resources to handle it. One among the many resources which lead to efficient security arrangement is deployment of video surveillance equipment. To be precise, there are lots of different types of video surveillance cameras out there to choose. And here’s an article which helps in choosing the best camera as per your needs

In general, there are 10 different types of security cameras to choose and the selection depends on the kind of activity under surveillance. Please note that the video surveillance cameras can be categorized by type, application and/or housing

Bullet Camera – A bullet camera used for surveillance purposes is usually ceiling or wall mounted and pointed at a particular area that needs to be surveyed. Although, they usually aren’t designed to have pan, tilt or zoom functionality, most are waterproof. These cameras are typically used indoors, but can be used outdoors as well with the help of proper housing. The name bullet derives from the camera’s design – as it is sleek and cylindrical in appearance, like a 0.45mm bullet.

Covert Cameras – These cameras are often disguised as other objects, such as smoke detectors, clocks or motion sensors. Covert cameras can also be conventional cameras placed in discreet locations. But their deployment needs to be done under best surveillance standards.

Day/Night cameras – These cameras are primarily used for outdoor security applications. For example, these cameras can be used for parking lots. These cameras compensate for varying light conditions allowing the camera to capture images in direct sunlight, glare, reflections and strong backlight. Some day/night cameras switch from color during the day to black and white at night or in low-light conditions.

Dome cameras – A dome camera, sits in the dome shaped housing and is usually installed in indoor environments like homes, shopping malls, government offices and small business establishments. Units which allow the camera to spin quickly within the housing are called speed domes. Now, for those who do not want their customers see where the camera is focusing in the dome, smoked dome covers can prove as ideal solutions.

High definition camera – The demand for high definition content is growing enormously nowadays and so the same trend is being observed in surveillance field as well. HD cameras are often used in niche markets, such as high-end retail stores, jewellery stores, financial institutions and casinos. These cameras give operators the ability to zoom-in on a subject while maintaining extreme clarity. The images are usually transmitted using high-definition closed-circuit television.

IR-night vision cameras – These cameras are nowadays becoming extremely popular. The produce high-resolution color video during the day and are much preferred in no light or low lux conditions. These video surveillance cameras are capable of seeing images in pitch black conditions using IR LEDs which surround the lens.

PTZ cameras – Pan/tilt-zoom cameras can be controlled through a joystick, remote viewing software, a DVR or automated solutions. These cameras have the ability to move left and right; up/down and zoom the lens in and out. PTZ cameras are used by operations that have live guard or surveillance specialist monitoring the video feed and are often used to cover a wide area with only one camera. Due to their increased functionality these cameras are more expensive than a fixed one.

Varifocal camera – A camera with a varifocal lens is specially designed to operate at various focal distances. It differs from fixed lens cameras because it allows the operator to zoom in and out while still maintaining focus on the image. These cameras are best suitable in environments where the operator or the enterprise is unsure of the distance and viewing angles they wish to capture.

Wireless cameras – Obviously, these cameras are used in places where a wired internet service or powering resource is not available. These cameras have to powered at the camera location with the help of a battery or a solar source. These cameras can be IP-based or can use alternative modes of wireless transmission such as radio signals. However, it is observed that wireless cameras offer poorer video quality than a wired camera. But the ultimate benefit is that these units offer extreme flexibility in installation.

Network cameras/IP cameras – Surveillance industry is observing a shift from analog to IP based surveillance. Network cameras transmit images over the internet, often using a compressed bandwidth. IP cameras can be both hardwired and wireless and do not require a separate power source or cable run to send images over longer distances.

Conclusion

Before you choose a video surveillance camera, make sure you know exactly what you need to survey. Conditions such as indoor or outdoor location and the presence or absence of light will play a big role which camera is best suited for the task at hand.

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StoneFly M-Series Disaster Recovery backup appliance highlights!

StoneFly, Inc., a subsidiary of IT equipment and Services providing Dynamic Network Factory is offering an entry level affordable backup appliance called StoneFly M-series DR Backup. This appliance acts as a total backup solution for all your physical, virtual server and workstation needs. Hence, with this single box you can manage all of your backup operations for your data center or office with a single central management console.

StoneFly M-Series supplies up to 24 Tera Bytes of integrated backup and storage capacity for your business. It automatically creates backup images of physical servers based on flexible user-defined policy. These images can be restored to the same hardware, to dissimilar hardware to build a new server, or can be mounted onto an external hard drive.

StoneFly, a pioneer in offering iSCSI Storage offers it’s M-series of backup appliances with the ability to convert backups into virtual machines that can be quickly spun up and hosted on a virtual appliance. Hence, this feature will prove much resourceful for business continuity in production environment if a physical server or workstations goes down and needs to be repaired. Replica Virtual Machines can also be used for any testing the user might choose including non-invasive compliance testing.

M-series DR and backup engine of StoneFly comes with features such as snapshot, one-pane management, SSL-encryption, data deduplication at the source and target, compression, and much more.

Of the available data optimization technologies, data deduplication offers the greatest potential to deliver substantial and recurring impact on the cost and manageability of data growth. By reducing storage capacity, organizations will enjoy related cost reductions in areas including storage licensing, storage management, power, cooling, and data center floor space. Data deduplication makes it much more affordable to store, analyze, manage and house your data. StoneFly’s M-Series DR Backup Appliance offers data deduplication at both the source and at the target to optimize deduplication at both locations. Data Deduplication at Source – This deduplication is performed on the server or workstation as it is being backed up to reduce network load as duplicate data is not transferred over the network. Data Deduplication at Target – This deduplication is directly performed on the M-Series Backup Appliance after a backup is completed. The storage is analyzed, duplicate data is indexed and removed, and then the data store is compacted to release newly available blocks.

The other highlights of this appliance include:

  • Backup all your virtual and physical machines with disk level snapshots including operating systems, applications and data.
  • With the help of compression and deduplication the volume of backup data can be reduced by up 90% and maximum backup speeds can be achieved.
  • StoneFly™ M series of backup appliance facilitates the usage of backup operations of all your physical and virtual machines from a single centralized backup management console.
  • This appliance has the ability to create sector-by-sector backups for an exact copy of your disk or volume including unused space.
  • With the help of granular and file-level backing feature, specific files and folders or even network shares can be backed up.
  • You can manually exclude non-essential files or folders from your backups.
  • You can schedule backups on hourly, daily, weekly and on event based.
  • You can balance all backups with bandwidth and disk-write speed throttling.
  • For those who are more concerned about the security factor, StoneFly Z series of backup appliances posses SSL encrypted data transmissions over the network and 256-bit AES encryptions for backups.
  • With the presence of change block tracking feature the volume of the backed up data can be reduced.

In terms of data recovery, StoneFly™ M series DR backup appliances offer the following privileges:

  1. Restoration of individual files, folders, volumes or an entire system from any point of time is possible with these appliances usage.
  2. Optional specialized backup agents for SQL, Exchange, SharePoint and Active directory provide reliable recovery of configurations, databases, or individual items such as an email message, table, document or domain controller. This feature is automatically included with VMware and Hyper-V Backup agent licenses.
  3. You can recover a file or system from any point in time using incremental or differential backups. Backup images can be mounted as local read-only or read-write volumes.
  4. With the presence of Bare Metal Recovery feature an entire system can be completely restored to the same hardware, or even to a brand new system with dissimilar hardware by injecting drivers to support the new hardware (Physical to Physical – P2P).
  5. In order to minimize downtime, fast bare-metal restore and active restore traits help to recover blocks pertinent to booting the system and applications.
  6. The other highlight is that Backups of Virtual Machines can even be restored to a completely different Hypervisor platform.
  7. Protect your data and increase system uptime with high performance hardware RAID.
  8. Your IT team can copy backup images to tapes or portable hard drives for an additional level of disaster recovery. Those tapes or external hard drives can then be transported off of the premises to be safely stored in offsite vaulting. If a catastrophe strikes, those offsite backups can then be used to restore your data on a new machine.

For more details call 510.265.1616 or click on StoneFly M Series DR Backup Appliance.

Note – Even if you are not based in United States, do not worry. StoneFly Products and Support is available in Europe, Asia and Australia as well as in Middle East.

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StoneFly offers CDR365 cloud backup software

StoneFly, a pioneer in offering IP Storage solutions is now proudly presenting cloud backup software named CDR365. This software seamlessly provides a secure backup for your data to the cloud and takes care of the management and monitoring pains and gains on behalf of you.

StoneFly CDR365 is a cloud back up software which guarantees that your backups are secured, encrypted, scalable and fast and efficient. This software protects data at every stage of the cloud backup transaction as it offers AES 256 bit source code encryption which keeps your data isolated from hackers. It helps in offering file level backup and recovery and due to its strong local encryption presence; it helps in protecting user data from unauthorized access with up to 256-bit strong keys even before it is transmitted to the cloud. So, as said in earlier lines, hackers can never access your data and if in case, they succeed in doing so, they can never break the encryption to view or edit the data. The other option is that all data can be optionally encrypted at rest in the data center.

What’s more? StoneFly CDR365 Cloud backup is a very customizable solution. The user can choose individual files and folders to backup. It offers system state backup and bare metal recovery. The user can restore original Windows Server configuration or re-build the entire system from the ground up.

Additionally, CDR365 cloud backup of StoneFly also facilitates scheduling and real-time backup, block level backup, bandwidth throttling, purge options and email notifications.

To those, who are worried about costs, StoneFly doesn’t charge for what you don’t need, as you can scale with your demands. And moreover, StoneFly CDR365 doesn’t lock you to one backup destination. You can have them backed up to your local storage and any networked location.

Now, to those who are willing to have this solution in their IT environment, please call 510.265.1616 or click on StoneFly CDR365. By doing so:

  • You get a free analysis of your backup requirements, based on your data and your business objective. A team of experts will be rushed to your premises for remote installation and configuration purpose.
  • Customers will be given an option of selecting a secure cloud backup choice in between Amazon Web Services or Windows Azure.
  • A daily backup review by our cloud support staff is available.
  • Monthly backup report for all systems will be available in digital format.
  • Broad support for Windows platforms (Desktop, Server, SQL, Exchange, BareMetal, and more).
  • Secure web portal access to your data.
  • Mac supported.

To get an image based features preview click on the following StoneFly CDR365 link.

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StoneFly Z-series disaster recovery and backup appliance highlights!

StoneFly Inc., a pioneer in offering iSCSI storage, is now presenting a Z-series DR Backup appliance which is purpose built to act a single backup solution for your entire enterprise physical and virtual server and workstation needs. This total backup solution helps in managing all your enterprise backup operations for your datacenter or office through a single central management console.

StoneFly™ DR16Z and StoneFly DR24Z appliance nodes can be scaled up to 768 terabytes of backup and storage capacity for your business. So, if your enterprise storage needs grow in parallel to your business growth, StoneFly Z-series of DR backup appliances can come to your rescue, as every node on these appliances can accommodate any combination of SATA, SAS and SSD storage tiers as required, achieving the performance needed for your requirements.

And embedded hypervisor allows backup up virtual machines to be spun up directly on the Z-series appliance.

The other highlights of this appliance include:

  • Backup all your virtual and physical machines with disk level snapshots including operating systems, applications and data.
  • With the help of compression and deduplication the volume of backup data can be reduced by up 90% and maximum backup speeds can be achieved.
  • StoneFly™ Z series of backup appliance facilitates the usage of backup operations of all your physical and virtual machines from a single centralized backup management console.
  • This appliance has the ability to create sector-by-sector backups for an exact copy of your disk or volume including unused space.
  • With the help of granular and file-level backing feature, specific files and folders or even network shares can be backed up.
  • You can manually exclude non-essential files or folders from your backups.
  • You can schedule backups on hourly, daily, weekly and on event based.
  • You can balance all backups with bandwidth and disk-write speed throttling.
  • For those who are more concerned about the security factor, StoneFly Z series of backup appliances posses SSL encrypted data transmissions over the network and 256-bit AES encryptions for backups.
  • With the presence of change block tracking feature the volume of the backed up data can be reduced.
  • In terms of data recovery, StoneFly™ Z series DR backup appliances offer the following privileges.
  • Restoration of individual files, folders, volumes or an entire system from any point of time is possible with these appliances usage.
  • Optional specialized backup agents for SQL, Exchange, SharePoint and Active directory provide reliable recovery of configurations, databases, or individual items such as an email message, table, document or domain controller. This feature is automatically included with VMware and Hyper-V Backup agent licenses.
  • You can recover a file or system from any point in time using incremental or differential backups. Backup images can be mounted as local read-only or read-write volumes.
  • With the presence of Bare Metal Recovery feature an entire system can be completely restored to the same hardware, or even to a brand new system with dissimilar hardware by injecting drivers to support the new hardware (Physical to Physical – P2P).
  • In order to minimize downtime, fast bare-metal restore and active restore traits help to recover blocks pertinent to booting the system and applications.
  • The other highlight is that Backups of Virtual Machines can even be restored to a completely different Hypervisor platform.
  • Protect your data and increase system uptime with high performance hardware RAID.
  • Your IT team can copy backup images to tapes or portable hard drives for an additional level of disaster recovery. Those tapes or external hard drives can then be transported off of the premises to be safely stored in offsite vaulting. If a catastrophe strikes, those offsite backups can then be used to restore your data on a new machine.

For more details call 510.265.1616 or click on StoneFly Z Series DR Backup Appliance.

Note: even if you are not based in United States, do not worry. StoneFly services and support is available in Europe, Asia and Australia as well as in Middle East.

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Why do we need better business intelligence?

In simple terms, when businesses irrespective of their size and vertical lack enough information to make the right decision, then Business Intelligence (BI) happens to be the right tool to consider. It helps to overcome all difficulties in acquring the needed information and gives you the best possible insight and basis for decision.

There are several benefits a Business Intelligence solution offers and are as follows-

Helps in sharing info in an efficient and effective way across your organization – BI makes it easy for everyone to access and analyze up-to-date info anytime, anywhere. Everyone throughout the company can participate in decision making in a synchronized way.

Empower enterprise employees – Providing employees with access to analytical data that is readily available and understandable allows them to work more effectively and support the overall business growth strategy.

Simplify collaboration, sharing and improves alignment with a single source for accurate financial and operational info – Having a single centralized location allows you to monitor your key performance indicators, access reports, analyze data and share documents. All of the functional areas are aligned to articulate strategies, set objectives and monitor the organization’s performance so you can make better informed and timely decisions that support your overall business strategy.

Helps in gaining insights to understand and analyze your business performance and the opportunities to explore – BI helps in analyzing and evaluating information that is more accessible and easy to interact with to make strategic and tactical decisions.

Helps in delivering meaningful analysis and reporting and it can track and analyze KPIs against key business goals to gain a better understanding of how your business is performing today and not when it’s too late to impact performance.

Many companies rely solely on the most widely BI used tools, the excel spreadsheet. While excel offers graphs, charts and pivot tables which assist in decision making, it may not act as a gradient to scale your business. Also, compiling data from multiple disparate databases is time consuming and is prone to errors. However, Excel is still a key component of a total BI solution.

Now, for those who are looking to capitalize on these BI solutions, Dynamic Network Factory can help in offering the best assistance, as it has tremendous expertise in BI, data warehousing and analytics arena. DNF has vendor-agnostic and platform agnostic capabilities which help business organizations analyze millions of bits of information in real-time and make better predictive assumptions on the future. These insights and assumptions help organizations gain the much needed edge in today’s highly crowded and competitive marketplace and evolve from a market leader to an industry leader.

To know more call 510 265 1122 or click on DNF Analytics & Business Intelligence link.

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Can your Security System handle rising Megapixel Camera resolution?

Here’s a video from DNF Security which will let you know whether your security system can handle rising Megapixel Camera resolution. The video discusses about the past and present day needs of video surveillance, how much bandwidth will you cameras need and how to calculate the capacity and server abilities required for a surveillance deployment.

Can your Security System handle rising Megapixel Camera resolution?

DNF Security is a leading manufacturer of dependable, mission-critical video surveillance solutions. Each DNF Security video solution is designed to handle the most complex video surveillance and physical security environments. The company which is a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory offers a comprehensive range of products that provide enhanced storage protection, redundancy, high availability, and superior scalability in each cost-effective configuration. Our video hardware platforms take the guesswork out of video surveillance.

Headquartered in the heart of the Silicon Valley, DNF has provided small businesses and enterprises worldwide with innovative storage and server solutions. We offer a comprehensive range of video surveillance solutions including intelligent digital or hybrid video management systems, video management engines, mobile surveillance systems, viewing workstations, and scalable IP storage. By using open-platform architecture on all our systems, we ensure high performance and compatibility with leading IP and mega pixel cameras, and video management software.

With a growing nationwide customer base, DNF Security simplifies the unique security video management needs of small to medium enterprises (SME), law enforcement agencies, gaming, municipalities, and government agencies.

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