DNF Security (News - Alert), an IP media server provider, recently revealed it will be demonstrating the next-generation of its Falcon Extreme video server appliances at ISC West 2012 in Las Vegas, which is taking place from March 28th through the 30th.
The Falcon Extreme G200 video platform has enough processing power to provide all four video operations for as many as 125 high definition cameras in only a single IP media server, providing customers with an affordable solution for their surveillance needs.
In a press release, Mo Tahmasebi (News - Alert), president and CEO of DNF Security, said, “The Falcon Extreme series of products are designed to meet the needs of even the most demanding surveillance requirements with practical solutions. This is one more example of DNF’s continued commitment to lead the surveillance market with innovative, high quality, high performance, and affordable products.”
The breakthrough in video acceleration technology provided by the Falcon Extreme G200 powers an array of surveillance functions that are normally extremely taxing on servers. In fact, the performance of one Falcon Extreme G200 is equivalent to up to 7 surveillance servers currently available, helping to reduce up front product costs, infrastructure complexity, footprint, power and installation requirements. In addition to this, the solution also offers tremendous reduction in the overall operation cost and cost of ownership.
The second generation high performance IP video processing and storage system of DNF Security has been tested and certified with many market-leading video management software and video surveillance camera system vendors.
Complemented by high performance, high capacity, secure and reliable storage systems, Falcon Extreme G200 video processing capabilities exceed even the most demanding storage requirements of video management software.
In related news, TMCnet recently reported that Wowza (News - Alert) Media Systems unveiled the beta version of its Wowza Media Server 3 platform and has earned accolades from more than 1,500 companies.
Edited by Jamie Epstein