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Surveon NVR2100 Spec-in Guide

  1. 1. Surveon NVR2100 Series Spec In Guide Line Ver.2.0 2014/9/5 Product & Marketing Department Surveon Technology 2014
  2. 2. Surveon NVR Solutions Overview 2 NVR2100 NVR3000 Series SMR & NVR5000 Series + iSCSI Storage
  3. 3. Outline 3 • Spec in business Flow • Why subsystem storage? • Subsystem Storage vs. all in one NVR • Surveon NVR2100 solutions overview • Surveon NVR2100 special features highlight
  4. 4. Spec in business flow. 4 • Find out the potential competitors’ product spec. • Get the unique features from Surveon NVR 2100 • Modify the features to the RFP with Surveon spec.
  5. 5. Surveon Spec In Flow and Sales Tools. 5
  6. 6. Why storage subsystem is the basic requirement for so many security projects? 6
  7. 7. Types of Storage Solutions 7 Solutions Main Applications IO Performance Reliability Protection PC Built In HDD Standard (Home, Office) Low Low None Software RAID SMB, SOHO NAS Low – Middle Middle Middle PC + RAID Card Purpose Build Server Middle Low-Middle High Subsystem Storage Data Intensive Professional Project High High High
  8. 8. Solutions Overview for Video Storage 8 Solutions Features Ref Product Application Notes PC Built In HDD Not Design for NVR I/O Loading Storage Reliability Dell PC Simple Application. < 16 CH D1 SW RAID NAS SMB, Software RAID Synonlogy, QNAP NAS Limited CH and IO Performance RAID Card SW RAID Flexible, Integration effort, Function Rich Local SI, CTOS NVR Integration Interference from PC Enterprise RAID Subsystem HW RAID High Performance I/O Storage, Capacity Bosch, Honeywell Most Reliable Solutions
  9. 9. 9 Design Guide from AXIS Quote from AXIS Applications Note, Page 31.
  10. 10. 10 Reference Solutions – Security Company BOSCH Security HW RAID Controller Storage Honeywell Security HW RAID Controller Storage
  11. 11. 11 Why SI partners chose Surveon Surveon is the only supplier providing E2E solutions and its own design full line enterprise storage subsystem. Megapixel Camera RAID NVR Video Management Enterprise Video Storage Software Empower our partners with high quality enterprise solutions at competitive cost.
  12. 12. Storage Subsystem vs. All in one NVR 12
  13. 13. 13 Solutions for Megapixel Recording NVR Pool (Computing) Storage Subsystem (Recording) iSCSI/SAS Fiber NVR built in HDD NVR built in HDD 1. Once the PC failed, it will impact the storage. 2. The storage can not be shared with one another. 3. Thermal, vibration not optimized for storage.
  14. 14. 14 What is Storage RAID Subsystem? The RAID Storage subsystem is an dedicated system for server, PC or NVR for data storage. It connected with the server through the SAS, Fiber or the iSCSI interface. The controller based system with a dedicated “RAID controller” provide the highest performance and reliability for the mission critical applications like database, banking, multimedia or security. The reference providers for storage subsystem includes IBM, Dell, EMC, Infortrend or HP.
  15. 15. 15 An overview for Storage Subsystem 3U 16 BAY RAID Storage Subsystem Standard short depth chassis High Density Modules, Cable less Design Swappable Controller Module
  16. 16. 16 What is all in one PC solutions? One of the common solutions for NVR is to used a commercial off the shelf solution to assemble the motherboard, chassis and the RAID card into a complete systems. It is called CTOS based solutions. The benefits for the CTOS are flexible and low cost. It’s also the only solution for suppliers with neither design nor manufacturing capacity. The disadvantages are integration risk and lack of reliability. Its storage solutions come from a PC + RAID card. This all in one architecture brings the low cost advantages but with lower reliability and performance compared to the subsystem storage.
  17. 17. 17 An overview for all in one NVR 3U Storage Server – Motherboard + Cable + Fan + RAID Card … Concern on… Dust Cable Thermal Interference Integration
  18. 18. Storage Subsystem vs. All in one Solution 18 Subsystem Storage All in one Solutions Pro and Con System Architecture RAID Subsystem PC Built in When PC is down, so is the storage. Overall Design Cable less, whole module designed, anti-vibration and advanced thermal design Cables, dusts, vibration and need to combine thermal issues with CPU and HDD HDD are prone to failure Total HDD need less More Over Provisioning Performance Enterprise RAID Subsystem RAID Card or software RAID High performance and high stability Maintenance Hot swappable hard disks, controller & central management, None or Difficult Lower maintenance cost and risk Scalability Yes None Costs on expansion Occupied space Less than 1/3 Standard Save space Data services Yes (Local, remote replication..) NO More Features Size Standard short Rack Need the long depth rack Space & Cost Power Lower power consumption Standard Save operation cost
  19. 19. Why spec in NVR2100 solutions? 19
  20. 20. Projects with no Subsystem Storage 20 spec in Surveon All in one NVR Series Common All in one NVR Use Surveon Standard E2E solutions to compete with the competitor’s solutions with the SMR series. Leverage the standard VMS and camera spec in feature list for the tender.
  21. 21. 21 NVR2100 Solutions Spec In Flow Surveon Storage Subsystem Common All in one NVR Use Surveon E2E products and RAID subsystem with high Integration, and proven E2E solutions. Competitive Cost from Surveon. Single contact support. Need to obtain other storage solutions (IBM, EMC..) with higher costs, integration issues, unconfirm performance and other supporting issues. Increase 50% project winning rate
  22. 22. NVR2100 Solution Overview 22
  23. 23. NVR2100 series solution overview 23 • Two Solutions: DAS Series & iSCSI Series • Enterprise Storage Subsystem Solutions • Easy Scalable solutions for hundreds channels • Easy Scalable recording solutions • Max. 960TB per NVR • Built in Enterprise grade VMS
  24. 24. Selection Guide for NVR2100 Series 24 Easy Scalable for numerous camera channels Easy Scalable for the storage capacity
  25. 25. 1. NVR2100 Special Feature Overview 25
  26. 26. 26 Spec in Guide Line If the project didn’t spec in the “storage subsystem” architecture. Partners can also use the features in type B to spec in the project and to use better specifications to compete with the all in one NVR solutions. Items Type Items Type 1 A 11 B 2 A 12 B 3 A 13 B 4 A 14 B 5 A 15 B 6 A 16 B 7 B 17 B 8 B 18 NA 9 B 19 NA 10 B 20 NA
  27. 27. 27 1. Subsystem Storage Solutions • The video recording device should use subsystem storage through SAS/iSCSI/Fiber channel* connected with the NVR server to provide a high performance and reliable megapixel video recording” * Choose one from SAS/iSCSI/Fiber Channel SAS cables Ethernet cables Ethernet switch FC cables FC Switch SAS iSCSI FC NVR NVR NVR NVR NVR NVR NVR NVR NVR
  28. 28. 28 2. Controller Based Subsystem Storage • The subsystem storage should be a hardware RAID controller based solution (instead of the common PC, RAID card or Linux software RAID solution to ensure system reliability.)
  29. 29. 29 3. Modulate and cable less design • All the main components for the system include power supplier, RAID controller and the fan should be designed as reliable modulate to support easy swappable and cable less(without cable plug in/out).
  30. 30. 30 4. Storage Expandability • The system should support SAS expansion capability to support at most 240 hard drives through the JBOD. Storage RAID JBOD SAS SAS SAS
  31. 31. 31 5. iSCSI Connectivity – When using for SAN • The system should support iSCSI connectivity to support the storage area network (SAN). Each controller supports 4 x 1GbE iSCSI ports for video data in and out. Ethernet cables Ethernet switch iSCSI
  32. 32. 32 6. SAS Connectivity – when using for DAS • The system should support the SAS 6G connectivity to provide the maximum performance in the DAS topology. Each controller supports 2 x SAS 6G ports for video data in and out. SAS cables SAS NVR NVR NVR
  33. 33. 33 7. The Drive Connectivity • The system should support the 3.5” 6Gb/s SAS Hard Drive and the 3.5” 6G/s SATA Hard Drive. It also supports the S.M.A.R.T and the automatic bad sector assignment. Serial Attached SCSI is a point to point serial protocol. It overwrites the older parallel SCSI interface. SAS offers backward compatibility with SATA. The SAS disk brings higher performance and reliability for most of the enterprise applications. The common all in one NVR doesn’t support the SAS drive
  34. 34. 34 8. RAID Configuration • The system should support the RAID level 0, 1(0+1), 3, 5, 6, 10, 30, 50, 60 up to 32 logical drives and 64 partitions per logical volume up to 1024 LUNs. It supports the on-line RAID expansions and migrations. Disk 1 P(1,2) 4 5 P(7,8) 10 11 P(2N-1, 2N) Disk 2 1 P(3,4) 6 7 P(9,10) 12 2N-1 Disk 3 2 3 P(5,6) 8 9 P(11,12) 2N N Blocks Striping with interspersed parity RAID 5 Topology
  35. 35. 35 9. Form Factors • The system should in the 2U/3U, 19-inch rack mount form factor. The depth of the chassis need to be limited under 520mm to make it fit in to the common surveillance rack in a shorter depth. Short depth chassis < 520mm Common COTS Server, depth > 600mm
  36. 36. 36 10. Power Supplier • The storage device should support the redundant power supplier. And the power supplier need to be 80 PLUS-certified delivering more than 80% energy efficiency
  37. 37. 37 11. Management • The NVR needs to offer an easy management tool through network to handle account management, storage provisioning, status, alarm monitoring and data services maintenance. The management tool can support windows, Linux and MAC platforms.
  38. 38. 38 12. Alarm and Notification for Storage • The NVR needs to offer an event notification tool based on user configured methods and event sensitivities. Support notification methods via email, SNMP , SMS. The events include storage status, media error, abnormal recording performance, disk error, RAID failure, abnormal hardware status.
  39. 39. 39 13. Local Replication Snapshot – data services • The NVR needs to support local replication in a remote virtual point to record the data state at any given moment. This enables NVR to restore the accidently deleted video. Snapshot Source A B C A B D S0 S1 S0 index S0 index C
  40. 40. 40 14. O.S. Support • The storage devices need to support or be certificated by windows server 2012 (hyper –V), CITRIX , VMware , RedHat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux to offer flexible deployment.
  41. 41. 41 15. Remote Replications • The system should support the sync or async full data copies across systems. It is used for centralized data backup or the disaster recovery. Primary Site Remote Site FC/iSCSI SAN WAN FC/iSCSI SAN Source Target Target
  42. 42. 42 16. Thin Provisioning – data services • The NVR should support thin provisioning to dynamically allocate the storage capacity when the data block are written. It can reduce the storage capacity, prevent over provisioning on disk and support the volume expansion without downtime.
  43. 43. 43 17. Full Redundant architecture • The system should support full redundant solutions to meet the maximum reliability for power supplier and the RAID controller.
  44. 44. 44 More Product Specifications Materials
  45. 45. 45 Question & Answer