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Hikvision to showcase AI industry solutions and innovations at Intersec 2019

Hikvision, the global supplier of innovative security products and solutions, will be exhibiting its latest innovations at Intersec 2019, the largest security exhibition in the Middle East, January 20th – 22nd in Dubai, UAE. “As the largest and most prestigious security surveillance industry exhibition in the Middle East and North Africa Regions, Intersec is an event where Hikvision mobilises significant resources every year to engage with customers and partners,” says Binson...

ASUSTOR Inc. announces compatibility with Seagate NAS IronWolf 110 series of SSDs

ASUSTOR Inc. is proud to announce compatibility with Seagate’s newest NAS IronWolf 110 series of SSD. The new Seagate IronWolf 110 SSD is listed as model ZA960NM10001. In anticipation for the release of Seagate’s first SSD designed for servers, ASUSTOR has thoroughly tested the IronWolf 110 series 960GB SSD for use inside an ASUSTOR NAS. ASUSTOR NAS devices  ASUSTOR NAS devices support SSD caching, which optimises response times and transmission performance when accessing data...

What caused the most disruption in 2018 in the physical security space?

In many regards, 2018 was a turbulent year for the physical security marketplace, driven by evolving technologies and changing customer needs, among other factors. Year-end is a great time to reflect, so we asked our Expert Panel Roundtable: What caused the most disruption in the physical security marketplace in 2018? 

Seagate partners with Tape Ark to help businesses migrate tape-archived data to the cloud

Seagate Technology PLC announced a partnership with Tape Ark, enabling businesses around the world to migrate tape-archived data to the cloud using secure and proven processes. Thus, valuable latent data can be restored, preserved and once again made instantly accessible. Seagate’s Lyve Data Services, powered by Tape Ark, will be moving these legacy data archives online, bringing massive datasets back to life, thereby extracting tremendous value and enabling businesses to mine their data...

Seagate to build fully functioning 16TB enterprise hard drive platform using HAMR technology

Achieving another major milestone toward volume shipments of its pioneering HAMR (heat-assisted magnetic recording) technology, Seagate announces it has used its advanced HAMR technology to build and test the world’s first formatted and fully functioning 16TB enterprise hard drive platform in a standard 3.5-inch form factor — the highest capacity hard drives ever produced. Seagate is on track to grow beyond 20TB per drive in calendar 2020. Seagate is using this 16TB pre-release vers...

UBM India hosts IFSEC 2018 for Organisations to showcase latest security technology and trends

The International Fire & Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC) India Expo, South Asia's largest security, civil protection and fire safety show by UBM India, is gearing up for its 12th edition which is slated for December 5th - 7th, 2018 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Supported by the Asian Professional Security Association (APSA), American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), Electronic Security Association of India (ESAI), Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) and the Associate...

Hikvision to showcase integrated security solutions at first ever Technology Partner Day

Hikvision, the supplier of innovative security products and solutions, announces its first ever Technology Partner Day to be held in Istanbul, Turkey, on November 28. The event will showcase integrated security solutions developed by Hikvision in collaboration with its certified technology partners, as well as provide a forum for prospective partners to explore development opportunities for new solutions by taking advantage of Hikvision’s vast resources. The Hikvision Technology Partner D...

Seagate and IBM work together to reduce product counterfeiting using blockchain and security technologies

Seagate Technology plc, a provider of data storage solutions, and IBM announces they are working together to reduce product counterfeiting using blockchain and security technologies. The project, which is designed to help manufacturers, integrators, and business partners fight counterfeit hard drives, uses the IBM Blockchain Platform to authenticate the provenance of disk drive products, bringing a new level of multi-layered security protection to the data management industry. According to the...

Growth of ISC East in New York, becoming must-attend show

ISC East is making a name for itself as a must-attend regional conference and trade show in New York City that brings together the large community of law enforcement and private sector security professionals from the Tri-State area. ISC East, being held Nov. 14-15 at New York’s Javits Center, is emerging from the long shadow of its sister show – ISC West in Las Vegas in the spring – and making its own mark on the industry. ISC East is 20% larger than last year, and exhibitors...

Seagate Technology launches SkyHawk Health Management feature at Security China 2018

Seagate Technology plc, a provider of data storage solutions, announced a new SkyHawk Health Management feature at the 14th China International Exhibition on Public Safety and Security 2018 in Beijing. SkyHawk Health Management (SHM) is the industry’s first embedded drive monitoring software designed for data prevention, intervention, and recovery with Seagate’s Skyhawk & SkyHawk AI surveillance-optimized hard drives in Network Video Recorder (NVR) and Digital Video Recorder (DVR...

What are the challenges of AI for physical security?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a current buzzword in the physical security market – and the subject of considerable hype. However, AI sometimes get negative press, too, including dire warnings of its potential and eventual impact from some of our most prominent technology thinkers. We decided to take the issue to our Expert Panel Roundtable with this week’s question: What are the negative impacts and/or new challenges of AI for physical security?

What is the value of remotely monitoring a system's health and operation?

When is it too late to learn that a video camera isn’t working properly? As any security professional will tell you, it’s too late when you find that the system has failed to capture critical video. And yet, for many years, system administrators “didn’t know what they didn’t know.” And when they found out, it was too late, and the system failed to perform as intended. Fortunately, in today’s technology-driven networked environment, monitoring a system&rs...