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Promise, Aimetis and Axis video surveillance solution deployed by Egypt's National Oil Company

The backbone for EGPC’s surveillance infrastructure is the Vess A2600 NVR storage appliance The Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) is the national oil company of Egypt. Founded in 1956, EGPC is the first national corporation engaged in research exploration and production of oil and hydrocarbons in the Arab Republic of Egypt. EGPC has more than 25 oil and gas fields explored and researched throughout the region, including in the Eastern Desert, Gulf of Suez, We...

PROMISE Technology storage deployed in city surveillance project in Singapore

PROMISE Technology's VTrak solution is an instrumental part of the city surveillance project in Singapore Singapore is one of the most densely populated regions in the world, with over 7,000 people per squared kilometre crammed into the island country. A natural issue that arises with so many people in such a small area is that legally parking one’s car is not an easy task. Illegal parking is a real problem in Singapore and it affects the safety and convenience of Singap...

PROMISE Technology VessRAID Deployed in major video surveillance project in Baghdad

JCI chose VessRAID because of the large storage capacity it offered and the incredible flexibility it provided Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) is one of the largest building automation companies in the world focused on system integrations for big buildings, including creating safe and secure environments through high-performance video surveillance solutions. JCI works with the world’s premier manufacturers, including PROMISE Technology, to provide their customers with the hi...

PROMISE Technology NVRs help Vos Logistics upgrade warehouse video surveillance

Vos Logistics deployed Vess A2000 NVR storage appliances and Vess R2000 external storage solutions Logistics services Vos Logistics, founded in 1944, is an independent European logistics service provider, delivering a wide range of transport and customer specific logistics services. With 24 locations, Vos Logistics is active throughout Europe and ranks among the largest road haulers in the region. With just under 1,900 employees, the company operates a modern fleet of 1,200...

Promise Vess NVR appliances meet recording and video storage needs for 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar

Promise provides IP video surveillance training course in Qatar along with its partner BASS Everywhere you look around Qatar it’s obvious – the country is preparing for something big. Ever since the small and rich country was awarded the 2022 FIFA World Cup, preparations have been underway to build new stadiums, hotels, roads and even a new rail network. A reported $200bn will go into these infrastructure projects – with an estimated $22bn worth of new contr...

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Intersec 2018 highlights solutions for retail, harsh environments

The Middle East security market provides a healthy opportunity for manufacturers who can capitalise on the region’s key verticals. Intersec’s 20th edition show focused more on solutions than on products, including solutions for the growing retail sector and an infrastructure market requiring ruggedised equipment to stand up to harsh environments. Intersec hosted security, safety and fire protection exhibitors from over fifty countries at Dubai’s spacious International Conventi...

Promise Technology Inc. exhibit lineup of video surveillance solutions at Intersec Dubai 2018

Promise Technology Inc., developer of open storage platforms for video surveillance, will be at Intersec Dubai 2018 from January 21st-23rd to showcase its latest video surveillance server and storage technology innovations. Promise is enhancing its portfolio of solutions for the surveillance ecosystem with the introduction of a cloud-based solution optimised for video surveillance workloads, new series of network video recorder (NVR) storage appliances, and a personal cloud storage device that i...

Choosing a storage system to meet IP video surveillance requirements

The number of security cameras in use today is growing exponentially. At the same time, resolutions are getting higher and higher. These two factors are placing heavy demands on servers and storage equipment. Of course, the capacity of these systems is also increasing, but that alone does not make the equipment truly suitable for the most demanding applications - such as camera surveillance. A video stream is not comparable to 'normal' data, for which storage systems are usually designed. This a...