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Quantum gets ready to showcase StorNext portfolio at Interpol World in Singapore

28 Jun 2017

Interpol World will take place in Singapore, from July 4-7. The event will feature a range of public and private sector companies, that come together to showcase solutions and to discuss global security challenges.

One of the exhibitors, Quantum, will use the conference to highlight its storage and data management solutions, including the company’s StorNext software.

Quantum specialises in scale-out tiered storage, archive and data protection.

Five video surveillance providers — Arecont Vision, Axis Communications, Genetec, Ipsotek and P2 Wireless — will also be present in Quantum’s booth to discuss how their advanced video surveillance technologies integrate with StorNext-based solutions.

Winfred Fan, CEO, P2 Wireless, says “security and law enforcement professionals are facing the challenges created by more cameras, higher resolutions, and increasingly remote video camera locations.”

“P2 Wireless’ Smart Virtual Fiber technologies enable rapid expansion of network infrastructure to transmit remote video streams back to Quantum storage systems which offer an intelligent, scalable, simple-to-manage storage foundation designed for video applications.”

Fan continues, “Quantum’s solutions leverage different tiers of storage while maintaining transparent and direct access to video content.”

At Interpol World, Quantum will also highlight the following:

FlexTier

FlexTier integrates existing public cloud storage accounts and third-party object storage as tiers in a StorNext-unified namespace.

FlexSync

FlexSync continuous content synchronization can create off-site copies of surveillance data for protection or distribution.

FlexSpace

FlexSpace multi-site shared archive uses Quantum’s unique software foundation to enable distributed, collaborative workflows. For law enforcement environments where multiple geographically distributed users need to work with the same content, FlexSpace enables those users to access a cloud copy without the need to replicate data to each location.

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