Surveillance Storage Device
Video surveillance systems are made up of cameras, image data processing units, data storage devices, and the application software. The data storage devices for the video surveillance system require the provision of sufficient bandwidth as well as a minimum access latency to accommodate a massive influx of image data from the cameras. Nowadays, the performance of data storage devices for video surveillance systems has become more critical than ever. This is the result of image resolution for IP cameras and video display devices migrating towards ultra high definition (UHD) [4K or 3,840 by 2,160 precisely], the rising video monitoring requirements for cloud servers and data centers, and new features and technologies, such as IoT (Internet of Things).
The HDD Duplicator
It is an undeniable fact that it takes minimal effort for end users and factories to backup and duplicate data on a hard disk drive (HDD) by means of a HDD duplicator--especially when the duplicator supports multiple destination duplication at once, where lots of time and costs can be saved. In most HDD duplicators, there is a single source HDD and a number of destination HDDs, where duplication begins by pressing the buttons on the duplicator. The duplicator conducts data verification after each duplication completes, while the machine provides additional functions, such as formatting HDDs or sanitizing used HDDs. When a HDD duplicator directly connects to a PC host, it works as a dock for multiple HDDs.
External Data Storage Devices
Our expertise in high-speed physical layer (PHY) of USB and SATA formats, as well as excellence in RAID hardware design enables JMicron to provide a wide selection of data storage controllers. By combining these controllers as building blocks, customers can not only configure their hard disk drives (HDDs), but solid state drives (SSDs) as well.