The retail security market buys almost exclusively on price; however, with higher-quality camera resolution being the new norm, there has been an increase in storage requirements. Simply put, white-box solutions that may have been sufficient a few years ago can no longer support modern surveillance demands.

Video surveillance solutions

The short-term savings associated with white-box servers quickly deteriorates into high long-term costs. Making an investment in a custom-built solution will not only save money by working reliably for years, but the elimination of latency and downtime will ensure all incidents become recorded without fail. Solutions that are built specifically for video surveillance reduce the total project time by removing the need to wait for parts to arrive, create the solution and install them at their destination.

Regardless of the number of cameras, all video surveillance needs to be considered critical. That means enterprise-quality should not be exclusive to large installations. The BCDVideo Aurora Server Series is specifically built for the under-100 camera marketplace. Unlike other small market servers, the Aurora Series has a total system throughput of over 500Mbps and bandwidth to scale up to 200 cameras.

BCDVideo Aurora Server Series

Small-budget projects that have previously succumbed to the pressure of sacrificing quality for short-term savings now have access to servers with redundant power, 12Gbps RAID controller with 2GB of Flash Based Write Cache, hot-pluggable helium hard drives, and 10,000 PassMark rated CPUs. These big project features fit price conscious budgets while maintaining the high-performance found in enterprise surveillance.

No longer will surveillance projects need to use white-box solutions to meet their price-point. The Aurora Server Series, Winner of the Benchmark Magazine 2016 Innovation Infrastructure Award, offers a long-term, enterprise-performance solution at a small-budget price. With it, retailers can afford to stay up-to-date with the modern demands of video storage and resolution and integrators can provide a durable solution that will not consume valuable time and money.

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