Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC Deploys New Turnkey Video Surveillance Solution

Overland Storage announces that the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC has deployed a turnkey video surveillance solution featuring Overland's scalable Snap Server network attached storage (NAS) bundled with high-resolution IP network cameras from Mobotix Vision Systems. The integrated platform captures and archives high-resolution images on highly reliable storage with scalable capacity and "set it and forget it" dependability.

After enlisting the support of security firm ADT and All Covered, a Redwood City, Calif.-based technology services partner, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC invested in a video surveillance solution featuring 48 high-resolution IP network cameras from Mobotix Vision Systems integrated with Overland's Snap Server 620 NAS line.

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Annex NYC leverages its unified security and storage solution to thoroughly monitor activity in its 25,000 square-foot facility while retaining data-intensive video footage for up to a month. The ability to manage the system remotely enables staffers to ensure the highest levels of safety for visitors as well as an extra measure of protection for irreplaceable memorabilia.

Ideally suited for this particular application, the Snap Server's small footprint combined with outstanding scalability and ease of use deliver exceptional storage capacity. The dual-core processor can be configured with four enterprise-class SATA II drives and up to 88 TBs to increase storage capacity as well as retain video footage for longer periods of time. Snap Server also comes embedded with GuardianOS 5.0 software, which includes heightened RAID 6 and 10 data protection, access security, improved heterogeneous file sharing and streamlined management.

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