VIRTUAL SOC APPLIANCE
Pivot3 enables organizations to consolidate video management, video storage, access control, video analytics and other related security applications onto a single, all-in-one IT infrastructure that delivers the performance, resiliency and scalability required by modern security technologies. This approach, called hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), combines server and storage resources into modular, scalable appliances that provide advanced resiliency capabilities so organizations can store video data without loss, protect their data during failure events, and ensure their data is always available when and where it is needed. And with its simple, single-pane-of-glass management, designed for ease of use by non-technical personnel, it allows them to focus their time on protecting your business.
Ensure video data, applications and systems remain available and accessible, even in the event that disks or an HCI appliance is unavailable with Pivot3’s data protection and failover technology. Storage will remain online, virtual servers automatically restart, and recorded video will remain protected and accessible, all without the need for redundant software, licensing or hardware.
Deploy Pivot3 with only the server and storage resources you currently need, minimizing cost and overprovisioning. As camera counts grow and new technologies are integrated, scale storage, compute, GPU and bandwidth linearly, and non-disruptively, by simply adding appliances.
Managing separate storage, server and management interfaces for video surveillance is complex and time consuming. With Pivot3, servers and storage are virtualized into a single infrastructure designed to run video management, access control, analytics and related applications. A simple, centralized user-interface and automated administrative functions means no specialized skills are needed to manage this enterprise-class infrastructure.
Purpose-built to handle the unique requirements of modern video surveillance workloads, Pivot3 eliminates frame drops to ensure video loss and image degradation never occur. Every HCI appliance's storage and performance resources are aggregated and available to every camera, so you can be confident that cameras will get the sustained performance they require, even in the event of hardware failure.