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AngelTrax standarizes 500GB solid-state hard drives in hard drive DVRs

Setting a new standard in the mobile video surveillance industry, IVS, Inc. – AngelTrax recently announced an across-the-board switch to 500GB solid-state hard drives in all AngelTrax hard drive DVRs, backing the SSDs with an unprecedented 10 year full replacement warranty.

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Hybrid Quest, Hybrid Vault and HDX mobile DVRs will now ship standard with 500GB solid-state hard drives.

Effective immediately, the Hybrid Quest, Hybrid Vault and HDX mobile DVRs will now ship standard with 500GB solid-state hard drives to boost performance and ensure greater reliability over the lifetime of the unit. The CoPilot-WA and SDX DVRs already feature solid-state SD cards, which now include capacities up to 256GB each.

“We strive to supply our customers with the latest and most reliable technology. That focus has led us to solid-state storage, for its dependability and efficiency, as a logical advancement in the mobile surveillance marketplace,” explained AngelTrax President and CEO Richie Howard.

Solid-state storage, with no moving parts, performs with greater reliability than traditional spinning hard drives and protects video evidence more effectively in high and low temperature extremes. Solid-state storage allows the DVR to boot up in seconds, with compatible operating system and driver support, and features faster, cooler DVR operation for greater energy efficiency. AngelTrax solid-state hard drives are available in 256GB, 500GB and 1TB capacities for upgrades on existing DVRs and can be installed in minutes. Raising the bar yet again, AngelTrax leads the mobile surveillance industry with unparalleled product standards and unbeatable customer service.

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