|The new surveillance solution will benefit professionals using full HD displays in retail, industrial, sectors|
Benefits provided by QNAP VioStor NVR series include:
Full range of NVRs available from 2-drive entry-level to 8-drive professional models, 4-40 channels H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4 and M-JPEG recording, and CPU performances from consumer to enterprise level.
Dynamic E-map and multi-server monitoring (up to 128 IP cameras)-Users can pinpoint the position of each IP camera on a multi-layered digital map, receive instant notification of alerts, and view the corresponding IP camera immediately by direct clicking the camera icon on the E-map.
High definition local display (available with VioStor NVR Pro series)-The NVR is compatible with widescreen HDMI monitors and TVs of different resolutions, up to 1920 x 1080 pixels, for local video and audio monitoring. Users can quickly play the videos using only a USB mouse and a monitor connected to the VioStor NVR.
"QNAP and Samsung both have many years of experience in developing network-based products and solutions for the surveillance industry. We are pleased with the seamless integration of the VioStor NVR series with the world-class IP cameras from Samsung," said Andrew Yu, Product Manager at QNAP Security. "Regardless of the level of security system needed, users can now flexibly plan their surveillance structure within their requirements and budget. In addition, we are launching the VS-8040 Pro VioStor NVR for users looking for megapixel and full HD surveillance solutions. The VS-8040 Pro will be the world's first Linux-based NVR with Intel® CoreTM i3 processor, 360 Mbps throughput, and supports multi-channel full HD local display," Andrew added.
"We are pleased to have established technology partnership with QNAP Security," commented John Fisk, IP Product Manager of Samsung Techwin Europe Limited. "The Samsung and QNAP technical teams have worked closely together to ensure that our mutual customers will maximally benefit from the integration. They will be delighted to find new gains from a video surveillance system incorporating both Samsung IP cameras and domes, including the latest HD megapixel ranges, and a QNAP recording solution."