Centralize With IP Networks: Cameras, Storage, And Servers Business Solutions 9/29/2011
Over the past few years, physical security is undergoing a transformation. Typical proprietary video servers are being replaced by newer video servers that offer redundancy, open-standard compatibility, and high performance. Video images are digital, video servers are networked, and cameras are powered via Ethernet (POE), causing a shift from analog to network based video surveillance. With this new move to centralizing over the network, security managers have the opportunity to take advantage of advanced features previously available only in the datacenter: redundancy, high availability and data protection. As surveillance goes digital, and video footage is critical for compliance, safety or asset protection, it is important to make sure each component of your security system is failsafe.
West Sacramento Port Upgrades Video SecurityInfoWatch.com 9/7/2011
It takes an intricate and well-established security infrastructure to protect a port, even a small one such as the Port of West Sacramento. Following strict security regulations from the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Coast Guard, the Port made the commitment to install a new video surveillance system.
Port Of West Sacramento Chooses DNF Security's Video Storage Platform For Surveillance Upgrade Project BusinessSolutions 8/26/2011
Located 79 nautical miles north of San Francisco, the Port of West Sacramento is situated in the heart of California's state capital boasting some of the world's richest agricultural and industrial regions. Due to its central location, the Port is established in a bustling transportation network with direct access to major interstate and highway roads, international airports and national railway systems.
Concentrated in such a progressive transportation hub, the Port of West Sacramento was in need of a surveillance solution that would meet the demanding requirements of continual video surveillance throughout their facilities. With an overall outdated system, it simply did not satisfy the Port's security demands.
Amy Cameron, Analyst for City of West Sacramento says, "When the City of West Sacramento began management of the Port of West Sacramento, the security cameras and overall system was antiquated, not integrated, and became difficult to maintain."
With this in mind, the Port weighed out their options and knew that upgrading their entire surveillance environment was the only option.
VIDEO SURVEILLANCE [Security Technology Executive] TMCnet.com 7/28/2011
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Port of West Sacramento Chooses DNF for Surveillance Upgrade 6/29/2011
The Port of West Sacramento is located 79 nautical miles north of San Francisco. Boasting some of the world's richest agricultural and industrial regions, the port is central to network interstate and state highways, an international airport and national railway systems.
DNF Security IP Storage System Monitors Las Vegas Police Stations 6/11/2010
DNF Security, Dynamic Network Factory's (DNF) mission critical IP surveillance business unit, announced that Vegas Valley Locking Systems is using its IP video storage system to help the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department monitor its two police substations.
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