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Secure RAID storage for surveillance applications

AMCC : 03 July, 2008  (New Product)
Amplicon employ 3ware RAID controllers from AMCC for CCTV network storage servers
Secure RAID storage for surveillance applications
Applied Micro Circuits Corporation (AMCC) and Amplicon have announced Amplicon's integration of AMCC's 3ware 9650SE SATA II RAID controllers into its range of high-reliability storage servers for IP security applications. Amplicon selected the 3ware 9650SE controller line because of its industry-leading performance, reliability and innovative hardware RAID features.

Amplicon's servers provide high-capacity data recording capabilities for security and surveillance camera installations. The 3ware 9650SE's SATA interface, its huge capacity potential and sustained data transfer rates make it the ideal RAID controller choice for CCTV applications as well as other vertical storage applications that employ a fixed number of drives. 3ware 9650SE RAID controllers, optimized for sequential performance, effortlessly write multiple high-bandwidth video data streams to either individual hard drives, or to a RAID array, making the 3ware controllers a perfect fit for Amplicon servers.

"Amplicon's integration of 3ware 9650SE SATA II controllers demonstrates that selecting the right disk technology for the job - in this case SATA - ensures the end system offers the best cost- and performance-optimized vertical solution for their customers," said Scott Cleland, Worldwide Director of Marketing for AMCC Storage. "Amplicon's understanding of how to apply SATA's unique benefits to their IP security applications positions them to be able to reduce cost and complexity in their systems while maintaining very high performance."

"AMCC is one of the global leaders in the manufacture of RAID cards, and its comprehensive connectivity choices allowed us to choose between SATA and SAS, ensuring we used the best interface technology for a particular application," said Dave Evans, Product Manager, Amplicon. "Amplicon chose SATA, the cost- and performance-optimised storage interface, for our IP security systems to best serve the video surveillance space."
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