Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH

The hard disk drive division of Toshiba Electronics Europe GmbH offers a wide range of innovative HDD products to meet the varied demands of the diversified storage market. Products include high capacity power-efficient storage for Cloud Data Centers, capacity and performance HDDs for Enterprise IT, client HDDs for PC/Desktop, external HDDs, and specialty drives for NAS systems, set-top box video, gaming, and surveillance. 

Advances in video resolution and image processing are altering the value and role that surveillance video plays in our daily lives. Toshiba Surveillance HDDs provide a range of reliable, power-efficient capacities and features to align with the rapidly evolving surveillance marketplace. For more information visit TEE’s web site at https://www.toshiba-storage.com/surveillance-solutions
 

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Exceeding Standards Of Smart Surveillance Solutions – DVS
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Exceeding Standards Of Smart Surveillance Solutions – DVS

Today’s intelligent surveillance solutions face a range of challenges. It is not only large organizations that are looking for 24/7 protection from crime, vandalism, theft, and burglary. Small businesses, shops owners, and the general public are looking for solutions too. Customers also want rapid access the data recorded, in order to review it and implement counter measures. All this places further pressure on the surveillance industry to plan solutions that are easy to monitor, support remote access, and can be quickly searched. Technologies such as smart monitoring, AI, thermal imaging, and face recognition are driving security to the next level.

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The storage at the heart of enterprise HD surveillance systems - Secure Logiq
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The storage at the heart of enterprise HD surveillance systems - Secure Logiq

Since HDD form factors and interfaces are standardised across the industry, businesses such as Secure Logiq benefit from having a range of HDD suppliers available offering a commoditised product. While this helps to ensure price competition, price alone does not win in the surveillance market. Here it is the less tangible aspects, such as business relationship, that is the value-add Toshiba offers and helps Secure Logiq to differentiate in their market segment.How Toshiba manages its sales channels have helped to ensure that HDDs are available in the quantities required and at a price-point that works. This allows Secure Logiq to deliver new systems within the time scales promised, and ensures that, should a storage component fail on-site, it can be replaced swiftly.Secure Logiq’s in-house testing facilities for the development of surveillance systems are a prerequisite for achieving the performance levels the enterprise end of the surveillance market requires. This is achieved using an in-house tool, Logiqal Benchmark, that allows virtual IP surveillance systems to be configured to test hardware in conjunction with the various VMS (video management software) offerings available. However, a storage supplier that also both understands the technical challenges and has laboratories for experimentation is of immense help for the customer.

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Solving Customer Surveillance Challenges 24/7 – Optima Networks
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Solving Customer Surveillance Challenges 24/7 – Optima Networks

At the core of Optima Networks’ business is the supply and delivery of reliable equipment and the implementation of complete intelligent network configurations/installations for the most complex surveillance situations.
The comprehensive setup of a surveillance system may need to take into account confusing environments – for example, IP cameras must be installed correctly to capture best quality images, even during challenging environ-mental conditions, high traffic environments or continuously changing scenery. The quality of the images collected, smooth data processing and highly reliable storage solutions have a decisive influence on the overall success of smart technologies such as facial recognition and AI analytics.
As a result of the quantity of data, which comes in waves, the system faces a significant workload – hour by hour, day by day. The encoding techniques capture a full frame (the I-frame) at a single moment in time. This is followed by a series of P-frames that only start to be stored when they show action, showing a difference in image in relation to the previous I-frame. The storage solution to support this must work extremely reliably 24/7, storing the incoming pictures at high quality so that theft or damage can be – if not prevented – easily resolved.

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