TimeSight Shrinks Storage Needs

TimeSight Systems's new video lifecycle management appliances and software makes deploying high-resolution camera solutions affordable

November 4, 2008

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NEW YORK -- TimeSight Systems, the industry leader in Video Lifecycle Management (VLM), today announced the general availability of its next generation VLM appliance and software solution, TimeSight V2.0. The company demonstrated technology that directly addresses the issue of rising storage costs associated with high resolution megapixel cameras at ISC East last week.

TimeSight 2.0 makes high-resolution video surveillance capture and retention an effective and affordable security asset by dramatically improving the quality and quantity of valuable video data while reducing the storage footprint. Through its patent pending encoder and rules engine that delivers dynamic H.264 compression of video surveillance files over time, TimeSight 2.0 closes security gaps and increases compliance by enabling the capture and storage of all video, vs. motion only and lengthening retention time from days to weeks/months - all while reducing storage requirements by up to 90 percent.

The ability for TimeSight Systems to remove storage as a barrier to the use of clear, actionable video, that can be retained for long periods, is critical as we enter tougher economic times, where cash is king and people need to lower spending,” said Charles Foley, chairman and CEO, TimeSight Systems. “VLM improves the entire economic value proposition of using megapixel cameras by eliminating the single barrier to higher image quality, complete capture/coverage, and longer retention.”

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