April 17, 2021 4:19 pm

Netgear launches surveillance solutions for Indian SMBs

The combined solution from Netgear and Arcus Global will target at SMBs who are looking for easy and cost effective deployment of security system

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Netgear has teamed with Arcus Global to run Milestone Arcus on NETGEAR ReadyNAS. This collaboration with Arcus Global will allow both the companies to sell their products to customers who are looking to leverage solutions like ReadyNAS for dual purposes — video surveillance storage and management, as well as secure data storage and backup.

The combined solution from NETGEAR and Arcus Global will target at SMBs — such as cafes, pre-schools, small hotels, independent retailers, small offices, and property management firms, among others — who are looking for easy and cost effective deployment of security system.

“As video surveillance has become a common means of protecting businesses and their customers and visitors, scalability of video systems has become a major challenge, both for supporting more types and quantity of cameras and for storing ever-increasing amounts of video data, said Netgear.

“Smaller businesses have to wrestle with video surveillance scalability and data reliability just as large organizations do, but often find that current solutions are too difficult to install, too expensive to acquire, or have too few features and too little capacity,” said Annamalai Ar, National Head Storage, Netgear India And SAARC.

Milestone Arcus on ReadyNAS is a IP video surveillance solution for small and medium size businesses, ranging from a family retail store with eight cameras to a large residential apartment building with 100 cameras. This scalable solution offers protection of business assets and can be set up and in operation within minutes, without additional training, said company.

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