Buffalo focuses on video surveillance with latest network storage additions

Michelle Clancy | 20-08-2012

Buffalo Technology has announced an expansion of its network storage family, tailored to video communications services like surveillance.

The company is launching three additional models in the TeraStation 5000 network storage family: the four-bay 1U rack mountable TeraStation 5400r, six-bay TeraStation 5600, and eight-bay TeraStation 5800. They join the existing two-bay TeraStation 5200 and the four-bay TeraStation 5400.
The new TeraStation model's are powered by the dual-core 2.13 GHz Intel Atom processor D2700 and 2 GB DDR3 RAM as well as features including the Buffalo Surveillance Video Manager.
"The TeraStation 5000 series continues to advance our market leadership and represents yet another step in a long line of reliable and cost effective business class storage solutions that date back almost 10 years," said Matt Dargis, vice president of sales at Buffalo Technology. "With launch of three new TeraStation models, Buffalo has once again proven its commitment to our SMB customers with an unrelenting dedication to innovation, simplicity, and engineering excellence."
The Buffalo Surveillance Video Manager is a scalable video surveillance asset management platform that allows high-quality video recording and management for easy access and playback. It provides forensics-based video lifecycle management for IP video surveillance needs.
Also, support for up to 10 Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) IP-based video surveillance cameras allows direct capture, management, camera feed storage and simultaneous viewing of live as well as stored video, with the ability to attach additional TeraStation devices for increased camera support.
One camera license is included with each TeraStation 5000 series unit and additional licenses are available for purchase.