IntransaBrand and Hitachi Data Systems provide a video surveillance solution

Mountain View, CA, 6/28/2013 – It was announced today that IntransaBrand™ products combined with Hitachi Unified Storage create a powerfully integrated video server and storage solution for video system integrators and enterprise customers.
“Many end-user organizations are tasked with having a reliable and resilient surveillance program to enhance situational awareness and reduce risk. The high performance and proven dependability of Hitachi Unified Storage, combined with IntransaBrand™ VideoAppliance™, delivers a trustworthy combination for video surveillance projects,” explained Kevin Eggleston, Senior Vice President, Global Verticals, Hitachi Data Systems.
Hitachi Unified Storage (HUS) helps customers meet application availability requirements and performance requirements with a low total cost of ownership solution. Users can deploy high performance storage for video and easily grow to meet expanding requirements and meet service level objectives for critical security applications. HUS simplifies operations with easy to use management and is part of a robust portfolio of infrastructure solutions that are managed from a single interface for optimal management efficiency.

The IntransaBrand™ VideoAppliance™ is designed and tuned for video workloads for demanding physical security requirements, yet has the simplicity of an appliance. Certified with dozens of VMS partners, the IntransaBrand™ VideoAppliance ™ eliminates the difficult process of designing, installing, and configuring general purpose hardware.
The unique power of Hitachi Unified Storage and the IntransaBrand™ VideoAppliance™ offers both video system integrators and enterprise or end-user customers a proven and efficient solution ensuring a continuously reliable video surveillance network. As a result, organizations that rely on video to reduce risk and enhance security receive an efficient and effective video surveillance infrastructure.

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