American Dynamics<sup>®</sup> VideoEdge<sup>®</sup> Network Video Recorder
American Dynamics® VideoEdge® Network Video Recorder (NVR) is the industry's first turn-key appliance server that lets you transform standard commercially off-the-shelf (COTS) computers into enterprise NVRs. The bootable installation disc automatically installs everything you need including an embedded Linux operating system, web server, and all of the camera, network, security and storage applications within minutes.
Each VideoEdge NVR can support as many as 128 cameras and can be configured with megapixel and standard IP cameras, plus analogue cameras via supported IP encoders. It supports a variety of other devices including the American Dynamics VideoEdge IP Encoder. The open architecture allows users to start with any number of cameras and scale up as needed by uploading a newer camera license to your NVR. Most of all, there is no need to register each individual camera as required by many other similar products on the market today. The true server-client architecture is designed to manage video very efficiently and achieve superior performance.
VideoEdge NVR provides lower total cost of ownership by eliminating the need for patches, third-party applications, and licensing and other software costs because the various NVR applications and operating system are embedded in one Linux appliance.
|Model code||VideoEdge NVR|
|Software Type||Recording Software|
|Additional info||Supports automatic bridging of multiple networks. Embedded Linux® operating system. Expandable storage to support multi-terabytes per NVR. Efficient design supports the largest number of video channels per NVR. Open platform supports many third party devices and hardware, and remote management form many standard web browsers of client software is available.|
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