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Intersec 2017: Promise to showcase latest Vess NVRs and external storage solutions

Published on 9 Jan, 2017

The top companies responsible for the most exciting innovations in the security industry in areas such as video management software (VMS), IP cameras, video analytics and hard disk drives will showcase their solutions along with Promise’s servers and storage solutions in interactive demonstrations
At Intersec 2017, Promise will introduce Vess A6120, a complete 1U 4-bay product line

After record growth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in 2016, Promise Technology returns to Intersec 2017 in Dubai with the company’s largest and most exciting display ever. Promise will be joined at its booth by 17 ecosystem partners, showcasing countless integration possibilities and new technologies which will be highlighted in the Promise Presentation Theatre. Additionally, the strong growth in the MENA region has led to the development of several new solutions on display from Promise, including the upcoming Auryn surveillance storage block, Vess A6120 1U 4-bay server appliance, and the Vess A3340 NVR with dual power supply units (PSU).

Auryn surveillance storage block

At Intersec 2017, Promise will introduce Vess A6120, a complete 1U 4-bay product line with a management server, analytics server, and recording server. Additionally, Promise will introduce Auryn, a new high-capacity surveillance storage block designed to meet the needs of the MENA region which has some of the longest retention times in the world. Auryn is a simple way to deploy a whole storage block and is ideal for deployments requiring a large centralised storage solution which offers an open-platform, simplicity, optimisation, and the industry’s most comprehensive partner ecosystem. Additionally, Promise will debut the Vess A3340 with dual PSUs, a key feature in applications where power supply redundancy is necessary.

Promise Presentation Theatre

Intersec’s most popular tradeshow seminar, the Promise Presentation Theatre, is back with more exciting topics covered by the industry’s top companies and influencers. Intersec attendees are invited to visit the Promise display to learn more about the trends shaping the industry and after every presentation Promise will be giving away a fantastic prize to one of the visitors.

Partner ecosystem

"Intersec Dubai is a great platform for Promise to showcase why we are the preferred server and storage developer for the video surveillance industry”

17 companies will be joining the Promise partner showcase at Intersec, including Aimetis, Allied Telesis, Axis, AxxonSoft, Bosch, C-Link, Digifort, Hanhwa Techwin, Intelligent Security Systems (ISS), Ipsotek, IronYun, Milestone, NEC, Securitas, SeeTec, Toshiba, and Trassir. The top companies responsible for the most exciting innovations in the security industry in areas such as video management software (VMS), IP cameras, video analytics and hard disk drives will showcase their solutions along with Promise’s servers and storage solutions in interactive demonstrations.

"Intersec Dubai is a great platform for Promise to showcase why we are the preferred server and storage developer for the video surveillance industry, said John van den Elzen, General Manager, Surveillance Business Unit, Promise Technology. "We are really looking forward to working together with all of our partners at Intersec as we will showcase our complete range of Vess NVRs and external storage solutions and also offer a look at some exciting new solutions that we will be launching soon.

For more information, please visit Promise at booth SA-C26 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre during Intersec from January 22nd – 24th, 2017.

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