Video Surveillance Storage / Hard Drives : 3 Companies



Intransa quietly went out of business. Former Intransa employees started a company named 'Viakoo' to service and support Intransa customers.

Detailed Information on Intransa from IP Video Market Info
PennyAlerts is Pretty Interesting published on Jun 25, 2015
Bad Marketing Beware - Intransa is Back! published on Mar 13, 2015
Intransa is Dead, Long Live IntransaBrand! published on Jul 09, 2013
Competitor Ad Mocks Intransa published on May 29, 2013
Intransa Wind Down Investigated published on Apr 23, 2013


Pivot3 offers a clustered storage solution for IP video management systems. Pivot3 optimizes their storage solution for video surveillance and allows organizations to scale to hundreds of TBs of storage. Pivot3 has a serverless computer initiative that allows Pivot3's storage clusters to run IP video surveillance software, thereby eliminating application servers. Pivot3's primary direct competitor is Intransa but they also compete with general storage providers such as EMC and Dell.

Detailed Information on Pivot3 from IP Video Market Info
Pivot3 CEO Gone published on Apr 30, 2013
Pivot3 Financials and Market Fit Examined published on Feb 11, 2013
Pivot3 Raises $23 million / Refocuses published on Feb 07, 2012
Pivot3 Pivots Away from Video Surveillance published on Aug 22, 2011
Examining Pivot3's Scale Out Hosting Platform published on Oct 10, 2010


QNAP offers NVR appliances. QNAP leverages its experience in manufacturing Network Attached Storage appliances to build solid, inexpensive NVR appliances for small camera counts. QNAP's NVRs support a modest variety of IP cameras are best positioned for home and small business market segments who are looking to replace DVR systems.

Detailed Information on QNAP from IP Video Market Info
QNAP Major Security Bug published on Jun 10, 2013
Examining QNAP VioStor Pro Series NVR published on Oct 03, 2010
QNAP NVRs Low-Cost IP Video Examined published on Nov 21, 2009