QNAP and Solink are partnering to enable QNAP devices to record and store video through Solink’s central data management platform. This partnership combines QNAP’s storage devices with Solink’s cloud-based video discovery to deliver fraud prevention as a service for retailers and financial institutions.
The QNAP NAS server is designed to ensure smooth daily operations and reliability, as well as low total cost of ownership.
For a monthly subscription fee, Solink provides multi-location businesses with a complete package to prevent and quickly resolve fraud. Solink’s fraud prevention application is an ideal solution for businesses with distributed locations that want to centralize and access their data. The partnership allows flexible video storage options at the edge, centralized health monitoring, flexible notification options and over-the-air upgrades for life pushed to all edge devices. No large upfront investment is required because Solink works with existing surveillance cameras and transactional systems. 
“Our customers are interested in maximizing the use of our NAS devices across multiple business settings,” said Siimon Tsai, country manager, Canada QNAP Systems Inc. “The partnership with Solink opens up a new level of applications in the video recording and fraud prevention space.” 
Michael Matta, Solink CEO, said, “We believe video adds context to data businesses already have — summarizing that information allows businesses to make data-driven decisions that are backed by video verification. QNAP provides a world-class recording device that is flexible and reliable. With QNAP’s offering we are able to turn video into a proactive source of information for risk management.”