QNAP Turbo NAS provides the most reliable, scalable and high performance storage solutions for MOBOTIX decentralized cameras. Designed for 24/7-365 surveillance recording.
Why QNAP Turbo NAS for MOBOTIX
The decentralized camera concept that MOBOTIX brought requires very reliable network storage which is capable of runinng 24/7 and 95% operation for continuous writing into hard drives. QNAP storage offers robust hardware for 24/7, network redundancy, RAID configuration, and wide range of selections that fits different capacity demands of every types of users.
Compatible With Most Hard Drives on the Market
We carefully tested the compatibility of the hard drive models from numerous brands with our products, enabling our users to confidently choose from multiple hard drive options for their best Turbo NAS experience. The compatibility testing procedure is shown below.
Full Protection with RAID configuration
QNAP’s first-class surveillance storage supports RAID 0,1,5,6,10 and hot spare configurations which provides data loss from hard drives failure.
Storage Expansion to Scale Up the Capacity on Demand
Users can easily expand their surveillance system through the decentralized security solution that MOBOTIX designed. The Storage Expansion of QNAP Turbo NAS gives the ability to scale up, and expand capacity when needed.
Enhance Campus Security Cost-Efficiently
Lexington School District One serves more than 24,000 students from pre-kindergarten to grade 12. With more than 3,550 employees, the district occupies 48 percent of the Lexington County’s 750 square miles and is one of the county’s major employers.
With thousands of cameras deployments, to have a reliable storage to store such high volume of surveillance footage is a huge challenge.
QNAP NAS servers provide 12-48 terabytes of storage per school and along with thousands of Mobotix cameras all over the campus to have a low cost and high coverage surveillance solution.
We sought a surveillance solution that could take advantage of our current infrastructure while increasing camera coverage by 40 to 50 percent.