Promise Auryn: New high-capacity surveillance storage block
Key to effective video surveillance
A secure environment for both people and data is a condition of success for many businesses. The evolution of video management capabilities emphasizes the significance of surveillance data. With Auryn, Promise introduces an all-in-one solution which includes the openness, centralisation and simplicity a surveillance storage block needs. Auryn is the core for any business where security is a concern.
Serving the surveillance industry
With the Auryn Surveillance Storage Block, Promise developed the perfect all-in-one solution for the centralized storage of large quantities of surveillance video data. It offers an open platform specifically designed for surveillance data; it is compatible with a wide selection of VMS and cameras and developed using the very best in storage technology.
Auryn is the key to effective video surveillance. We view the constant stream of surveillance data as a never-ending cycle: new data is added every day and new data changes into old data. This results in a heap of data that can easily overwhelm a business if it does not have the right tools. Auryn streamlines the secure and functional storage of surveillance video to safeguard any environment, because the quantity of data never stops growing and Auryn ensures your business is secure.
|Model code||Auryn 27U|
|Interface||SAS/SATA (3Gb/s or 6Gb/s), NCQ, TCQ|
|Maximum Operating Shock||Operational: 5G, 11 ms duration, Non-Operational: 30G, 11ms duration|
|Length||855 mm mm|
|Width||600 mm mm|
|Height||1410 mm mm|
|Weight||335.5 kg g|
|RAID||0, 1, 1E, 3, 5, 6, 10 (0+1), 30, 50, 60|
|Operating temperature||5 ~ 40 C ( 41 ~ 104 F)|
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