Quantum and Tiger Surveillance partner on surveillance data retention

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Video and unstructured data solutions provider, Quantum Corporation, has announced a partnership with Tiger Surveillance to deliver end-to-end solutions for long-term retention and archiving of video surveillance data.

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Quantum says that its Smart NVR, VS-HCI and USP solutions that capture and store video surveillance data are now certified with Surveillance Bridge software by Tiger Surveillance to easily tier and archive data to public and private storage clouds.

According to the companies, these new offerings provide a simple solution to lower the overall cost of storing and managing growing amounts of retained video surveillance data to meet emerging data analytics needs and compliance requirements.

“Due to the predominance of high-resolution cameras at more and more locations, longer retention times imposed by government regulation and compliance policies, plus the growing use of video analytics, our surveillance customers’ data continues to grow,” said Choon-Seng Tan, General Manager, Strategic Markets for Quantum.

“With our Tiger Surveillance partnership, we are extending our video surveillance solutions to include cloud-enabled workflows for greater agility, pay-as-you-grow economics and easy scalability.

“In addition, we can more effectively deliver complete end-to-end video surveillance solutions, from ingest to analysis to archive.”

Cloud storage

“With our partnership with Quantum, we continue to expand our presence in the video surveillance market,” said Lance Kelson, CEO, Tiger Surveillance.

“Surveillance Bridge, our software-only solution, enables customers to easily adopt public and private cloud storage solutions into their video surveillance workflows.

“This unlocks tremendous opportunities for seamless capacity expansion, disaster recovery, cost optimization, and long-term video retention. We look forward to driving our joint solutions to market with Quantum.”

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