Storage Correctional Facility Uses JetStor to Archive +100 TB of Video Data
Video surveillance is a powerful tool for law enforcement and other security-intensive industries. Inyo County Jail, the only correctional facility in California’s Inyo County, the third largest county in the nation, sought a video surveillance solution to enhance the safety of its staff and inmates.
Inyo County Jail, however, needed to do more than enable its correctional officers to view live video feeds of the facility. Officials wanted to save the security video for a year for forensic and investigative needs. With 96 cameras operating 24/7, this meant storing over 100 terabytes of data, a challenge considering the jail’s limited budget and IT resources.
Learn how JetStor Raid Arrays enabled Inyo County Jail to store its video simply, reliably, and economically.