Making its European debut at IBC, v5.0 of Quantum’s Unified Surveillance Platform (USP) software will introduce patented video data reduction techniques that enable users to record thousands of video streams simultaneously, at maximum uptime, with fewer servers required.
Quantum claims this reduces the risk of hardware failure and shrinks data centre footprint by up to 80%. The software is capable of hosting more than 10,000 cameras on a single system.
The USP replaces racks of NVR servers with a single unified compute and storage software platform for video recording and analytics. Its patented software approach to data protection and automatic failover across the entire cluster practically eliminates data loss or downtime due to a failed component or NVR server.
It is also able to run multiple physical security applications on one single unified infrastructure; a USP cluster can include processors for compute, running analytics and AI workloads, and flash or disk storage to meet the needs of any environment, according to the company.
USP 5.0 software also introduces a simplified user experience, an automated deployment model across a wider variety of hardware platforms, and enhanced system monitoring from a single online portal.
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