Check out our World Telecom & Surveillance Technicians at work. We’ve been featured in an article about the West Sacramento Port Upgrade that we completed this summer. Continue reading, to find the complete details of the article, please scroll down to the bottom of this blog entry…
Our Technician’s at World Telecom & Surveillance made significant upgrades in the fiber network at the Port of West Sacramento. This included installation of multi-mode fiber optic cabling to camera locations.
World Telecom & Surveillance initially set up portable surveillance trailers, which were deployed across the Sacramento River to view the opposite shore and access to the waterway.
Mobile surveillance trailers offer video views of the physical facilities in and around the Port of West Sacramento.
“Fiber and wireless transmission: The signals from over 30 cameras located throughout the port’s premises are transmitted across fiber-optic networks, including about 30,000 feet of new fiber installed by World Telecom & Surveillance, Inc. as well as wireless devices. There is a run of 24-strand single mode fiber from each guard station to the server, a Dynamic Network Factory Security (DNF Security) Seahawk server that is the video management engine. It is attached to a RAID5 array for 24 terabytes of video storage (about 30 days). The server, installed in an above-ground vault, runs OnSSI’s IP-based video management software…”
Click below to view the full article and read about our technicians and the detailed cable upgrade that they completed this summer at the Port of West Sacramento: