MILPITAS, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 17, 2013) - At the upcoming ASIS 2013, PROMISE Technology, a recognized global leader in the storage industry and the leading developer of high-performance storage solutions for the video surveillance market, will be at Booth 2223 demonstrating its Vess A2000 Series NVR storage appliance for IP video surveillance solutions. Security professionals will discover how this integrated solution can reduce the complexity and costs of video surveillance deployments -- while delivering a highly reliable and scalable infrastructure that can grow along with the user's security needs.
PROMISE works closely with third party video management systems (VMS) providers to ensure its Vess storage appliances and external storage subsystems integrate seamlessly to create solutions that meet the diverse needs of security professionals worldwide. With the growing demand in video surveillance for security in applications such as retail, manufacturing and banking, the Vess A2000 appliance meets the need for high quality resolution imaging, streaming and real-time access and playback. The Vess A2000 storage appliance is certified with VMS solutions from Milestone, Genetec, OnSSI, and others. It includes an integrated server for power efficiency, as well as external storage expansion capabilities to scale directly with the Vess R2600 RAID subsystem.
"Increasing concerns about security -- protecting people and property -- are driving the growth of the video surveillance industry," said James Lee, CEO, PROMISE Technology. "Customers want high-performance solutions that are flexible, scalable and offer high-quality video -- while also being easy to deploy and affordable. ASIS 2013 is the premier stage for innovation in the security industry and the ideal platform for PROMISE to demonstrate how the Vess A2000 storage appliance is meeting the security needs of countless businesses around the globe."
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