CCTV Cloud Storage
Compatible With Your Current
Giving You Assurance Your CCTV Footage Will Be There
When You Need It Most.
The smartest way to store your CCTV video footage.
VSV, Inc. was created out of an identified need discovered during our time as Security and Law Enforcement Professionals. We were presented with all too common video storage challenges our clients faced such as a high bandwidth requirements, limited storage capacity and video surveillance equipment failures. We teamed up with experts in the field from Proactive to provide our clients with the gold standard in cloud storage and compression technology.
VSV, Inc.'s vision is to bring extended video storage to the main stream at an affordable cost. We at VSV, Inc. want to show companies that they no longer have to rely on limited capacity options to ensure themselves a lower overhead while protecting themselves.
VSV, Inc.'s video storage product is formed around preservation of video data. Preservation of video data is obtained by offering extended storage capacities as well as offering a central monitoring solution, also known as "Pulse Monitoring," which allows our systems to conduct a system health check. "Pulse Monitoring" sends an alert for video signal loss (on IP cameras), recorder trouble, hard drive or network equipment failures and offline alerts. This is all made possible by patent pending compression technology.
HOW IT WORKS
Your existing cameras continue to record on their current NVR/DVR while a separate stream is simultaneously sent to the onsite Compression Server.
The Compression Server uses its patented File Reduction process to optimize your files for long-term cloud storage.
The newly reduced video files are then 256AES encrypted and uploaded to The Cloud.
Your video is now securely stored with the same encryption used by the FBI and ready for access at any time!
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THE GOLD STANDARD IN VIDEO STORAGE SOLUTIONS
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