SAN DIEGO, USA: Iomega, an EMC company and a leading innovator in data storage solutions for small and medium businesses as well as distributed enterprises, has announced the integration of Iomega StorCenter network storage products with the AXIS Video Hosting System (AVHS) from Axis Communications, the market leader in network video.
Iomega is now shipping the first of its StorCenter network attached storage (NAS) models with an integrated AVHS client that enables customers to store video files locally and at HDTV or megapixel resolution while simultaneously streaming video data to a secure off-site storage facility developed by their hosting provider.
The AVHS-enabled Iomega network storage devices, along with Axis network cameras and encoders, allow resellers and integrators to deliver world class video surveillance capabilities to small and medium-sized customers that are secure, remotely accessible, and a cost effective solution compared to DVR-based analog systems with small camera counts.
“Eliminating the need for expensive and complex DVRs, as well as reducing the necessity of elaborate onsite infrastructure for low camera count deployments, gives our mutual customers a more secure, highly available and cost-effective solution for their video surveillance needs,” said Jonathan Huberman, president of Iomega. “By partnering with Axis to integrate AVHS into our award-winning StorCenter network storage products, powered by EMC’s world class security and storage technologies, Iomega continues to deliver advanced yet economical network storage solutions to the marketplace."