Rasilient Systems

Santa Clara, CA 95051


About Rasilient Systems

Rasilient provides VMS agnostic server and storage platforms for forensic-grade IP video surveillance.


3281 Kifer Road
Santa Clara, CA 95051

More Info on Rasilient Systems

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Rasilient was founded in 2001 on the ground that IT data and video data have totally different characteristics.  To apply technologies originally developed for IT data to video applications will create video quality degradations, such as recording gaps or smearing of images.  Rasilient’s NFD (NoFrameDropped) family of VMS agnostic servers, storage systems, viewing stations, AI servers and communications products are purpose-designed for video surveillance applications.  As a result, they offer unmatched performance, reliability, and scalability.  They have been deployed in mission critical applications worldwide to protect financial institutions, government offices, museums, airports, correction facilities, ocean liners, religious sites, educational institutions, residential complexes, and smart cities.

For more information, please go to www.rasilient.com. 

Products and Press Releases

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ISC West

Rasilient Launches New Branding at ISC West 2021

July 26, 2021
Company showcases cybersecure platforms for global video storage networks
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Remote Hosted Video Storage Solutions

NFDCloud from Rasilient

April 29, 2019
New enterprise cloud storage solution launched at ISC West
Video Surveillance

Rasilient joins Milestone System Builder Program

Feb. 27, 2019
Program to deliver video surveillance server and storage products preinstalled with XProtect VMS
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Video Surveillance

Rasilient completes Phase II of Fairbanks Airport video surveillance upgrade

Feb. 26, 2019
Deployment includes the company's video server and storage technology

Articles & News

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Enterprise video deployments can benefit by switching to IPSAN-based architecture for storage and playback systems.
Video Surveillance Storage

How to Overcome NVR Limitations

Sept. 11, 2020
Why enterprise deployments can benefit by switching to IPSAN-based architecture for storage and playback systems

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