Category Archives: IP Surveillance

These are the Benefits of Video Surveillance

The level of security threats is increasing day by day and so almost every business is looking to add some extra security cover to its present corridor. Here, one option would be to hire security guards in order to patrol … Continue reading

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Port of West Sacramento uses DNF Security Video Storage

Port of West Sacramento, located 79 nautical miles North of San Francisco is using DNF Security Video Storage solutions from the past few years. In order to counter challenges propelled by decentralized surveillance systems and outdated cameras, DNF security Video … Continue reading

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NAS Storage Appliance usage for Video Surveillance Applications

A Network Attached Storage or NAS appliance can be treated as an ideal video surveillance storage platform only when it completely satisfies performance needs and is isolated from frame loss issues. If a user intends to use this video storage … Continue reading

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Video Surveillance installation – DIY or professional installation?

Once you have decided to secure your home with security cameras, the next thing which hits your mind is installation procedure and equipment details. If you do a bit of research on the web, you can easily get some knowledge … Continue reading

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Ethernet Switch Manufacturers to make merry from emerging video surveillance industry

Ethernet Switch Manufactures will make merry in coming years and that will be due to emerge of video surveillance industry. This was revealed by IHS in their new report which clearly states that video surveillance industry will become a potentially … Continue reading

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Pros and Cons of Edge based video Recording

Edged based video recording is now the latest craze in IP Video Surveillance field, as it eliminates the troubles associated with network bottlenecks involved in centralized video recording systems. This article will shed some light on how the system of … Continue reading

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How an IP Camera Works?

IP Camera, also known as Network camera sends and receives data over internet and thus facilitates monitoring of a specific area from any part of the world. Since, most of the IP cameras are meant for security purpose, they are … Continue reading

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Facial Recognition technology overview

Almost a decade ago, facial recognition software was used in innovatively conceptualized sci-fi movies. At that time, no one had a clue that this concept will help in strengthening the future of security surveillance field. Now, facial recognition is being … Continue reading

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The 2nd Generation of Falcon Extreme, a 5000fps H.264 Video Surveillance System, was Unleashed at ISC West 2012

The second generation of Falcon Extreme high performance servers can integrate video processing, storage, viewing, and Advanced Analytics for 125 high definition cameras, all in one server. Normally, separate servers are needed for video processing, video storage, video viewing and … Continue reading

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Break the 3000FPS Barrier with DNF Security’s Falcon Extreme™

DNF Security’s new release – Falcon Extreme™ builds on the powerful Falcon Video Storage Platform to provide unrivaled levels of performance and reliability. The newest addition to its Falcon Video Storage Platform Series with the Falcon Extreme™. Falcon Extreme™ is … Continue reading

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