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Surveillance users are running up against hard power and cooling limitations as they record more cameras, introduce higher resolution cameras, and lengthen video retention times. Simply adding conventional servers and storage means that power and cooling needs to grow linearly with camera requirements.
The Pivot3 vSTAC introduces an innovative storage-centric approach where server applications share storage hardware resources to reduce overall power and cooling. Since NVR servers generally drive 50% of power and cooling requirements, the benefits of eliminating physical servers are immediate.
Whether the application is a small county jail looking to store 30 days of video using 2 servers or a large airport with 1200 cameras and 20 servers, the Pivot3 savings from replacing physical servers with virtual servers are immediate and long-term.