Surveillance cameras, collectively, generate more data than any other use case or application today. Let that sink in for a
Air Travel Will Again Break Records I am writing this from Singapore, the tiny city-state in southeast Asia known for
As we face these unprecedented times together, we do our best to continue to stay focused and productive and deliver
Last year at NAB, we introduced the Quantum F2000 – an NVMe storage server designed for the highest-performance workloads with
A recently published IDC blog, “How You Contribute to Today’s Growing DataSphere and Its Enterprise Impact,” talks about the global
One of the most exciting parts of tradeshows isn’t just seeing what’s new in the industry, it’s being able to show partners, industry veterans and newcomers, and even competitors what we’ve been working on and developing. And that’s exactly what we did at this year’s ISC West.
Potentially career limiting self-confession – I’m not a Patriot’s fan. Even after living in Boston for a number of years,
In 2017 the video surveillance community saw the emergence of video surveillance as a service. As predicted, we also witnessed an increase in intelligence in cameras, greater adoption of analytics, and more content aggregation. In addition, biometrics assumed increasing importance as a measure to prevent massive data breaches.
Soon, you may run into Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa (or an equivalent, unnamed intelligent personal assistant technology) at your local hospital. At least, the thought is not beyond the realm of possibility, especially for those who are working to bring artificial intelligence (AI)-based solutions to the healthcare industry.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Paul Messenger, Partner Development &Inside Channel Manager at Milestone Systems, one of Quantum’s video surveillance Advantage Partners. We talked about the cannabis industry and how the legalization of marijuana is transitioning security and surveillance solutions to help tackle the challenges that grow houses, production facilities, and dispensaries face every day.