"Near-Line" Storage Using Blu-ray Disks

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In the video below, Patrick Humm, chairman and CEO of Hie Electronics, talks about video surveillance storage challenges and Hie's TeraStack solution, which provides immediate on-line availability of 30 to 45 days of video and "near-line" availability of archived video backed up on Blu-ray DVDs that can be accessed within 40 to 50 seconds for the first request and streamed thereafter.

Hie's approach, which is based on an open systems platform, is another way of dealing with the long-term storage requirements survillance video increasingly requires. For another example of video lifecycle management, see my interview with Charles Foley of TimeSight Systems.


In the video below, Patrick Humm, chairman and CEO of Hie Electronics, talks about video surveillance storage challenges and Hie's TeraStack solution, which provides immediate on-line availability of 30 to 45 days of video and "near-line" availability of archived video backed up on Blu-ray DVDs that can be accessed within 40 to 50 seconds for the first request and streamed thereafter.

Hie's approach, which is based on an open systems platform, is another way of dealing with the long-term storage requirements survillance video increasingly requires. For another example of video lifecycle management, see my interview with Charles Foley of TimeSight Systems.


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