AxxonSoft has chosen AC&NC to be a premier technology partner. AC&NC delivers a wide array of proven JetStor storage systems to meet the needs of today’s demanding video monitoring applications. With JetStor arrays anchoring AxxonSoft software, the partnership provides public and private organizations with extraordinary video surveillance and security capabilities, and a compelling value proposition.
— said Alan Ataev, AxxonSoft CEO.
AxxonSoft offers leading-edge VMS and PSIM software, as well as a Build Your Own VSaaS platform for cloud service providers. Combining analytics powered by artificial intelligence, event-based automation, and tailor-made features for such markets as public safety, retail, banking, transportation and logistics, production facilities, construction sites, and homeland security, AxxonSoft provides video security solutions at any scale.
— said Gene Leyzarovich, president of AC&NC.
JetStor disk, hybrid, and all-flash storage arrays can support 1000s of streaming cameras and provide the output demanded by advanced analytics and searches. They scale from 100 terabytes to multiple petabytes in capacity, while delivering the lowest cost per terabyte and 99.999% uptime. JetStor platforms also feature the latest 10G/25G protocols and dual redundant controllers to deliver the consistent performance required for even high-resolution video streams at scale.
— Leyzarovich added.
AC&NC JetStor meets the evolving needs for data storage, protection, and management. The company leverages leading technologies to offer high-value IP video solutions for NAS, SANs, clouds, and hyper-converged infrastructures (HCIs). Since 1994, AC&NC’s customers have spanned virtually every industry, and range from Fortune 500 enterprises to small- and medium-sized firms. AC&NC supports IP video environments in hospitals, airports, shopping malls, schools, and Smart Cities projects. Their expertise and sourcing in storage products, including all-flash and hybrid storage, enable the company to provide the best pricing on the IP video market.