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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