Intransa introduces Multi-Mode technology
By Canadian SecurityProducts CCTV
Intransa, the VideoAppliance company, announced three next generation appliances to its VideoAppliance family. The additions further simplify surveillance systems, while dramatically cutting equipment costs and operational expenses.The Intransa VA80tr tower, VA110tr tower and VA210 rack mount Server/Storage Appliances have features and capabilities most desired by security departments, dealers and integrators for new installations.
The Intransa appliances are made possible by the introduction of an
Intransa patent-pending technology, Multi-Mode. With Multi-Mode, a
single appliance now replaces two commodity server and storage systems.
Security departments benefit from reduced installation challenges,
decreased space requirements and lower installation costs, while also
delivering reduced electrical consumption, HVAC and on-going support
The VA80tr with Duo-Mode support provides an application mode in which
to run one VMS application from any of the industry’s leading nine
vendors, while simultaneously offering one powerful server/storage
mode. Designed for a typical workload of 1-10 IP cameras and equipped
with RAID 10 data protection, the VA80tr provides 2 terabytes (TBs) of
available recording capacity with hot-swap disks. Its compact, pedestal
format makes it suitable for a variety of environments including
retailers, banks, professional offices and corporate branch offices.
The VA110tr is the latest member of the extremely popular Intransa
VA100 Server/Storage Appliance series.The pedestal-based appliance is
available as either Duo- or Tri-Mode for up to two application modes
for VMS use. The VA110tr is designed to support a typical workload of
1-36 IP cameras and includes choice of two, four or 8TBs of RAID
5-protected, hot-swap recording capacity.
The VA210 Server/Storage Appliance is the most powerful member of the
new lineup, bringing with it the ability to support up to 72 IP cameras
in a typical workload and provides both Duo- and Tri-Mode capabilities.
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