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  • To simplify a recorder to its basic parts, you can see that all digital video recorders: Capture images from a camera, using an analog to digital converter. Compress that information, and Store that information on a hard drive. The converter is an off-the-shelf hardware device that has no competitive advantage – they all work and cost the same. Similarly, most hard drives are the same, more or less, in quality and reliability. All hard drives are roughly the same. As hard drives increase in size, they increase in cost, decrease in reliability and, in the case of a DVR, take longer to search and retrieve data. Different configurations can be used to increase the reliability and speed of a hard drive, but this is the same for all manufacturers, and every solution has a cost – price.
  • Ionit Digital Video Recorders provide superior compression. This has two tangible benefits.
  • When you test a ‘live’ recorder, this translates into tangible differences that have a real, demonstratable difference in recorders. To build a recorder with these other algorithms and achieve meaningful recording libraries, you’d have to: Build massive hard drive schemes, which can become expensive and are often ‘extras’ in most other recording products. Record part of the time, or only on motion – a risk in any security environment and not too practical in any 24/7 operation. And this is just the storage aspect of DVRs. When you begin to network video – one of the true benefits of a DVR in the first place – transmitting one camera requires a lot of bandwidth, let alone 16 cameras to multiple users. Ionit recorders deliver video transmission at very low bandwidth, making network transmission a reality. The bottom line is that our compression gives Ionit recorders two distinct benefits: we store lots of video in a small place AND we transmit video very well.

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  • Understanding the Ionit Technologies Compression importance of
  • Digital Recording Basics Standard Digital Video Recorder Computer Analog to digital converter Compression engine Hard disk drive
  • Video Data Size Size of uncompressed video in gigabytes at 30fps image size of video 1280x720 640x480 320x240 160x120
  • Compression at work Storage for 1 hour of compressed video in megabytes at 30 fps
  • What types are there…
    • JPEG - Joint Photographic Experts Group
      • Still image compression, intraframe picture technology
      • Motion JPEG (MJPEG) is sequence of images coded with JPEG
    • MPEG - Moving Picture Experts Group
      • Defined by ISO/IEC, several standards MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4 and now MPEG4-10/H.264
    • H.261/H.263/H.263+ - Videophone/conferencing
      • Low to medium bit rate, quality.
    • Ionit:
      • Intelligent foreground and background algorithm utilizing DSP chip technology.
      • Designed for video surveillance
  • Frame to frame technology Results: “Boxy effect” Each frame taken as a whole, and stripping out the “less important information”, letting your eye fill in the details. Uncompressed (262 KB) Compressed (50) (22 KB, 12:1) Compressed (1) (6 KB, 43:1)
  • What is Dynamic?
    • Non Dynamic Compression: complete scene
    The 1st frame is 3 Kbytes; the 2nd Frame is 3 Kbytes; the 3" Frame is 3 Kbytes This stores a total of 9 Kbytes The 1st frame is 3 Kbytes; the 2nd is only 0.6 Kbytes; the 3rd is only 0.6 Kbytes. 3Kb + 0.6 KB + 0.6KB = 4.2 Kbytes, important for storage, streaming & processing
    • Dynamic Compression: what’s changing
  • No Compression = Big problems
    • Problem: How to store 11,520 hours of video
    • 16 cameras 24/7 recording 15 fps for 30+ days
    Clearly the need to compress video! Large file sizes = Increased system & network failure
  • Superior Compression
    • Compression is needed to do the following
      • Increase System stability
        • Less data= less work
      • Increase video storage
      • Lower bandwidth usage & protect the network.
      • Faster search & retrieval: files are smaller/less taxing on the system
    Compression Ratio MPEG2/ JPEG MPEG4 ionit Not problems. Real solutions for your customers.
  • Why Ionit?
    • STORAGE: MINIMUM of 30 days of 24/7 recording at 640x480 and 240 ips, GUARANTEED!
      • Why record 24/7? It’s just as important to prove nothing happened as it is to prove something did.
    • STREAMING: send video over I.T.'s bandwidth, they don’t mind.
    • STABILITY: less processing, less hardware, less heat = less failure, period.
    • SERVICE: 3 Year advanced parts warranty.
  • Products
    • DVR’s
      • Embedded solution
      • Windows Based solution
      • Cameras: PTZ’s
      • Accessories, enclosures, UPS’s...
  • i-Cube
    • Compact and Affordable
      • A non-expandable 4, 8, 16 channel recorder that is fully network able. 
      • Typical setup:
        • Locations looking for simple solution, while allowing for growth with multiple units in remote locations, with remote access via LAN/WAN
  • Ion
    • Compact and Affordable
      • A non-expandable 4 or 8 channel recorder that is fully networkable. 
      • Typical setup:
        • Multiple units in remote locations, recording continuously with periodic remote access via LAN/WAN
    Ion-Covert ion
  • ionitPRO+
    • Enterprise solution
      • 4, 8, 12 or 16 camera solution
      • Removable/ swappable drives
      • Industrial/Secure chassis
      • Typical setup:
        • One or more units, recording 4-16 cameras continuously with LAN/WAN access to multiple remote users
    3U or 4U aluminum chassis
  • ionitRT
    • High frame rate and high quality video
      • A high performance DVR that delivers high frame rate and high quality video.
      • All removable/ swappable hard drives
      • Typical setup:
        • Multiple units with 16 cameras, recording mission critical areas requiring high frame rates.
    4U aluminum chassis
  • i-Server
    • High frame rate and high quality video, record YEARS of 24/7 video.
      • A high performance DVR that delivers high frame rate and high quality video.
      • Custom built to your customers specs. Any RAID level.
      • Typical setup:
        • Recording mission critical areas requiring high frame rates.
    3U, 4U, 5U, 8U aluminum chassis
  • Sample browser page
  • Ionit Technologies
      • US. Government, Defense, Coast Guard, NASA
      • Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines
      • Ernst & Young, Fuji Securities, Cole Taylor
      • General Motors, Ford, US Steel, Corning, Broadcom, Cargill Steel, AK Steel, Wheeling Pit Steel, Mittal Steel, Henkel, Welch’s, Gtech, Kohler, AM General…..
      • Police Stations, Court Houses, Airports
      • Education/Universities, hospitals, warehouses, office building, theaters
      • Public Health facilities, Energy Departments
      • Restaurants: Preferred product for Subway, C-Stores
      • Committed to providing state-of-the-art digital video surveillance today and in the future
    Who & where we are