Vicon’s Comprehensive Online VAX Training Course

Vicon Industries, Inc. designer and manufacturer of video surveillance and access control software, hardware and components, has recently announced that train ing and certification for its VAX access control system is now available as a convenient online course. Following the same curriculum as Vicon’s popular in-person training program, the new online class provides in-depth instruction on all aspects of VAX, from setup and programming to operational capabilities and special features. Coursework includes hands-on learning and exercises that make use of the actual VAX software. In addition, participants are encouraged to…

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Quantum’s New F-Series NVMe Storage Platform

Quantum Corp. has recently introduced the F-Series, a new line of NVMe storage arrays designed for performance, availability and reliability. Using non-volatile memory express (NVMe) flash drives for ultra-fast reads and writes, it supports massive parallel processing and is designed for studio editing, rendering, and other performance intensive workloads utilizing large unstructured datasets. Incorporating the latest remote direct memory access (RDMA) networking technology, the F-Series provides direct access between workstations and the NVMe storage devices, delivering predictable, fast network performance. By combining these hardware features with the new Quantum Cloud…

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Axis: 7th Generation of ARTPEC Chip

Axis announces the 7th generation of its own ARTPEC chip, optimized for network video. The new chip will power an array of new capabilities and features coming to Axis network cameras. These features include even better im aging, enhanced security features, powerful compression and a possibility to run impressive analytics on the edge. Moreover, since the chip is fully developed by Axis, it provides a layer of control that is crucial for effective cybersecurity. Going forward, the new chip will be the basis for the vast majority of Axis network…

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Vanderbilt ACT Enterprise Rules Mapping

Time-strapped customers will like the sound of this. ACT Enterprise’s rules mapping engine enables advanced configurations of triggers based on actions such as system input and card swipe outcomes. This feature can lead to very creative examples. For instance, Thomas Risager, Vanderbilt Sales Manager for Denmark, Finland, and Iceland, uses the rules mapping engine to send a pizza collection order when he badges out of the office every Friday evening. This is just one of many creatives instances that ACT Enterprise’s rules mapping engine can be used for. When the…

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