March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, is pleased to introduce a new hybrid video recording platform able to support high-definition (HD) analog video in addition to all-IP and standard analog video channels. The new March Networks 8724 V Hybrid Network Video Recorder (NVR) provides organizations with the custom combination of video capture they need right out of the box. It enables them to get sharp HD video using existing analog infrastructure, while avoiding the cost and disruption typically required to replace coaxial cable with Ethernet.
Surveon Technology, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced it NVRs will start to support H.265 cameras. H.265 (High Efficiency Video Coding, also known as HEVC) is a video compression standard whose predecessor is H.264, supporting up to 300fps and 8K, and ensuring to deliver video quality identical to H.264 at only the half of bit rate. Supporting H.265 cameras, Surveon NVR allows partners to save on their budget while extending the retention days of video without expanding the capacity of storage.
Johnson Controls’ newest version of its victor Unified Video Management Systems and VideoEdge Network Video Recorders from American Dynamics, provides a transformed, contemporary user interface and new detection and analytics features for increased visibility of the security environment. With victor/VideoEdge 5.0, the updated feature set includes license plate-recognition, perimeter detection, edge-based SD-card failover redundancy and several other advanced surveillance features, delivering greater and faster command and control capabilities.
Most large scale and critical projects such as smart cities and commercial buildings are requiring longer term recording and longer data retention capabilities. To fulfill those projects’ need while reducing the total cost of increasing storage demands, multiple storage expansion solutions based on different storage architectures such as DAS, SAN, and NAS are designed by IT pros. Surveon provides the budget-saving storage expansion solutions that allow partners to expand the storage capacity in batches, giving partners the more convenient and flexible choices to meet the increasing requirements of the projects.
Dahua Technology, a leading solution provider in global video surveillance industry, announced that its Eco-Savvy 3.0, H.265 Wi-Fi and H.265 PTZ series network cameras are now compatible with QNAP’s NAS surveillance applications. Featuring H.265 compression technology, Dahua’s network cameras ensure video recording with lower bandwidth and greater security efficiency. QNAP surveillance applications integrate comprehensive video surveillance features into NAS system, providing storage expandability and storage space management functions to surveillance users.
OnSSI and Seagate have teamed up to provide security professionals with a robust recording solution designed for more efficient system expansion and scalability. The integration of OnSSI’s Ocularis VMS and Seagate’s RealStor™ SAN storage system allows users to expand their systems with increased recording capacities as needed, while ensuring seamless continuity and manageability.
Johnson Controls introduces the VideoEdge 1U Network Video Recorder from American Dynamics, the ideal camera management solution when simple, low-cost installations and scalable video storage capacity is a priority. The VideoEdge 1U NVR’s 16 embedded software configurable Power over Ethernet ports make it ideal for small to medium-sized businesses seeking a quick-to-install, cost-effective video recording option. Power over Ethernet (PoE) Network Video Recorder ensures fast, low-cost installation.
Surveon Technology, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, announced the Linux-based NVR3304 will be added to its Professional Series. The NVR3304 supports up to 32 channels of 5MP cameras recording onto a 4-bay hard disk storage NVR utilzing RAID 1, 5, or 6 data redundancy. The system results in a high level of recording throughput at up to 192Mbps, ensuring cameras can be recorded and viewed reliably.
Promise Technology, a leading developer of open storage platforms for video surveillance, announced that its Vess A-Series Network Video Recorders (NVRs) are certified for use with Bosch Video Management System software (BVMS). Certifying Vess A-Series NVRs with the BVMS strengthens the companies’ partnership and offers customers an optimized solution that has been tested to deliver the highest levels of performance and reliability. Extensive documentation of the testing results is available and ensures that customers can fully leverage the performance offered by the integrated Vess A-Series and the BVMS solution while also reducing deployment and management costs by having the VMS and surveillance storage on a single device.
Surveon, the enterprise NVR solutions provider, is pleased to announce that a factory in Kuwait City has deployed Surveon’s IP surveillance solutions as their partner for security application, including 100+ megapixel cameras and 10 enterprise-grade network video recorders, which not only fulfill the need of 180-day non-stop recording, but also ensure a strong protection for the safety in the factory.