Integrated Systems

Veracity at Intersec Dubai

by Mark Rowe

The IP video transmission product company Veracity reports it’s present on five stands at this year’s Intersec show in Dubai.

Veracity appointed Systematrix as their manufacturer’s representative in the region in early 2015. The owner, Chetan Sathaye, and his four security sales people report growth across not only the Middle East, but Africa and India.

Veracity will be demonstrating its transmission and storage products with five partners during Intersec which runs from January 17 to 19 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Veracity products will be showcased at the stands of Systematrix (SA-M10), Mayflex (S1-A46), Norbain (S1-G26), Samsung/BASS (SA-B25) and Harco Group (SA-G11).

Veracity products on show include COLDSTORE, a Network Attached Storage (NAS) system designed for video surveillance systems requiring long duration archives. The sequential storage system typically offers a 90pc power saving it’s claimed versus RAID.

Offered as a 3U high, 120TB unit that uses only 0.5W per Terabyte, COLDSTORE, pictured, also forms part of the TRINITY architecture that the makers say eliminates the need for Network Video Recorder (NVR) servers by allowing IP cameras to record directly to the COLDSTORE disk array. TRINITY is supported by cameras from Samsung Techwin (WiseNetIII), Axis Communications (ACAP), UDP and models from other camera manufacturers.

Also on display will be the full range of transmission products and tools including the HIGHWIRE Ethernet over Coax portfolio and LONGSPAN and OUTREACH family of Ethernet and POE devices.

James Ritchie, Business Development Manager (Middle East) for Veracity, says: “Demand for Veracity products has grown significantly within the Middle East region. The reliability and cost-benefits of COLDSTORE in projects which require data retention of up to 180 days is now widely recognised and looks sure to increase as we get ready for an exciting 2016. Innovative products such as COLDSTORE and close partnership initiatives such as TRINITY are essential for our community of installers to help differentiate themselves and deliver high value projects to end-customers with a wide variety of use cases and technical considerations.”


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