On the edge: News briefs
Video surveillance gets small
- By Doug Beizer
- May 26, 2006
Video Convergence, the video surveillance products and integration services division of Cornet Technology Inc., released the compact iVDO Mini Video Encoder.
The product supports both MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 video streams in multiple configurations. Designed for both T1/E1 and IP-based video applications, iVDO Mini Video Encoder has four configurable T1/E1 ports and an Ethernet network port for simultaneous streaming.
The device is lightweight and hardened to meet requirements of intelligent transportation systems and other surveillance market demands.Voice over IP accelerates
Converged Access Inc. released the CTX 600 VoIP Accelerator for small and midsize organizations.
The product is designed as a fast, easy, low-cost way to protect VoIP traffic and ensure quality. CTX 600 can be plugged into any IP WAN environment for instant VoIP quality results.
CTX 600 ensures toll-quality performance with robust traffic management to protect VoIP traffic and ensure optimum use of broadband bandwidth. Applications are classified at wire speed on a per-flow basis, so VoIP gets top priority and guaranteed bandwidth. Other data applications, such as e-mail and Web browsing, get best-effort service.Consolidate your data
The new CLARiiON CX3 UltraScale series of networked storage systems from EMC Corp. is designed to support customers' information lifecycle management strategies by consolidating multiple tiers of information onto a single array while optimizing performance and total cost of ownership.
The new CLARiiON UltraScale architecture is a platform with end-to-end, 4-Gbps Fibre Channel technology. It has up to double the performance and capacity of its predecessor, and lets users consolidate the workload of two competitive systems onto a single new system. The new architecture lets users scale single system capacity and performance up to 239 terabytes.
Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.