Multicloud deployments are a major IT focus, with a whopping 85 percent of enterprises reporting that they have a multicloud strategy in 2017. That’s up from 82 percent in 2016 (RightScale 2017 State of the Cloud Report, February 2017). A big difficulty in pursuing a multicloud strategy is the complexity of managing different storage implementations, each with its own features, user interface, access methods and terminology. If that storage requires proprietary formats or protocols that are rare or unavailable elsewhere, the challenge increases.
Two major cloud outages by hyperscale cloud-service providers AWS and Microsoft Azure earlier this year put multicloud storage architectures in the spotlight. Enterprises using these public clouds suddenly found themselves unable to access their data for four or five hours. The Wall Street Journal estimated the AWS outage cost S&P-listed companies $150 million in lost revenue—excluding the cost to midsize and smaller firms.
LONDON, June 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Z3 Technology, LLC, a leading provider of video encoding systems, is excited to announce the release of a video encoder system designed to support two IP video cameras in full HD video resolutions at IFSEC 2017. Ideal for visible and IR surveillance and UAV platforms, the FV2K-DCK-10 offers real-time streaming with the lowest bandwidth and compression technology.
“The versatile design of the FV2K-DCK-10 allows users to incorporate two cameras while only utilizing one video encoder system. This provides a substantial cost and space savings compared to using two separate encoders when designing and updating security systems.” Aaron Caldwell, CEO, Z3 Technology said.
The FV2K-DCK-10 supports two visible and/or infrared cameras up to 1080p60 each, with the ability to select H.265 or H.264 for each camera independently. The flexible design allows for symmetrical or asymmetrical small form factor configurations for PTZ designs or bidirectional fixed camera solutions. The eloquently designed encoder can simultaneous stream and record in H.265 and H.264 from one full HD visible camera and one IR camera in SD resolutions.
Camera interface options include LVDS, NTSC/PAL, Cameralink, parallel CMOS, BT656 and BT1120. In addition, on-board interfaces include RS-485, RS-232, Ethernet (PoE enabled), HDMI output and recording to a USB or Micro-SD card storage. The video encoder provides remote serial control protocol communications support for most cameras including Sony VISCA, DRS, FLIR and others over the IP network.
Z3 will be showcasing the FV2K-DCK-10 at IFSEC 2017 in London on 20-22 June. To schedule a meeting with our sales team, contact sales@Z3technology.com. For additional design services and support, or to learn about Z3’s additional camera solution offerings, visit our website at www.Z3technology.com/camera-solutions/.
About Z3 Technology Z3 Technology is an industry-leading, USA-based manufacturer of video encoding and IP camera systems. The camera solutions product line features the latest in compression technology, including H.265/HEVC and H.264, while delivering resolutions of up to 4K video. Z3 can be contacted world-wide through our global distribution network or at our corporate office as follows:
The city of Detroit and its police department want its Project Green Light program to be mandatory for any business that’s open after 10 p.m.
Project Green Light is a video surveillance program that uses Genetec’s Stratocast platform to relay live surveillance feeds from businesses in high-crime areas directly to the Detroit Police Department. The name comes from the green light outside of businesses that signify they are part of the program.
DALLAS—ASIS International recently announced a few speakers for its 63rd Annual Seminar and Exhibits to be held here, Sept. 25-28, including president George W. Bush, futurist Scott Klososky, and Boston Marathon bombing investigators Richard DesLauriers and Ed Davis.
Selecting the speakers required gathering input from many internal ASIS sources as well as conversations had outside of the organization, Peter O’Neil, CEO of ASIS International, told Security Systems News.
“We tried very hard, this year, to really be as diverse as we could in our line-up, in terms of diversity from all kinds of different perspectives,” he said. While he noted that the line-up may not have hit that goal entirely, “We’re really excited about the line-up that we’ve got here.”
Following on from its acquisition of security Command & Control software manufacturer Icomply Ltd, Veracity has launched Viewscape Pro, an integrated security management platform which brings together new and legacy third-party video recording systems and combines them with other security systems such as access control, LPR, guard tours and building management.
This provides a unified and coherent system for management and control of single or multiple sites, allowing system operators to be far more efficient in responding to incidents.
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Izzo, a 3-year-old black Labrador and golden retriever mix, sniffed out traces of ignitable liquids in front of more than 50 spectators at the State Farm Operations Center on South Providence Road. Some people watched from behind the railing on the building’s second floor as Izzo repeatedly scanned several buckets and stopped to sit in front of the one that contained flammable liquids. His handler, Assistant Fire Marshal Jim Pasley, rewarded him with treats every time he found the right bucket. Pasley then led Izzo away from the buckets while Assistant Fire Chief Brad Fraizer rearranged them so the dog could start over.
Arson dogs are trained to detect gasoline, lighter fluid, kerosene and other accelerants used to start fires. Firefighters are able to figure out whether a fire is arson without the help of a dog, Pasley said, but a dog’s keen sense of smell greatly reduces investigation time. It might take Pasley and his fellow fire marshals more than an hour to find chemical samples on their own at the scene of a fire, but Izzo can scour a room and find samples in just a few minutes, Pasley said.