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Dahua’s full rangeof HD network cameras have been successfully integrated with Surveon's NVRs

Dahua Technology Co.,Ltd. has officially announced the establishment of a partnership with Surveon —Dahua’s full range of HD network cameras (ranging from 1.3MP to 3MP) have been successfully integrated with Surveon's NVRs.

Dahua’s network cameras deliver superb image quality at H.264/MJPEG video codec by adopting image sensors of various sizes and advanced TI (Texas Instruments) DaVinci DSP. The IP cameras support dual-stream encoding, which ensures that video streams can be separately transmitted for different purposes at various demands. The supported SD card also removes the inconvenience incurred by Internet interruption. The various camera shapes and sizes further enrich customers choice range. In addition, the customised functions such as dual power supply, PoE, Wi-Fi, and etc. are developed are tailored to individual needs. Recently, Dahua Technology introduced motorised lens IPCs, which triggered a lot of inquiries, and the IPC-2100 series continued this success with its selectable shapes, appearance and outstanding performance.

Surveon's Network Video Recorders provide high I/O rates, large capacities, and overall system stability necessary to help system integrators easily meet the demands of megapixel environments. The all-in-one compact Smart Megapixel Recorder (SMR) series offers up to eight hot-swappable disk drives and hardware RAID that ensures system performance and data protection. The rack mount series, with the enterprise RAID subsystems capable of more than 5,000 Mbps writing performance and the hardware RAID 5 and 6 engines, offers DAS and iSCSI models to meet user requirements ranging from medium to large surveillance projects. All Surveon's NVR systems are based on Surveon's VMS framework and provide enterprise-level features, including real-time video analytics, remote management, multi-display, video bookmarking, iPhone and HTML clients, and central management.

Peter, the IPC manager of Dahua Technology said the following: “the integration process went smoothly and we are very pleased to have Surveon, an innovative network solution provider, as our new partner. As always, Dahua Technology places great importance on their clients, trying to offer them more possibilities, like this one. And this cooperation, undoubtedly, will provide our mutual customers with easier accessibility and a better experience.” Caper Wu, Product Manager of Surveon said “Integrated with Dahua’s IP cameras, Surveon NVRs can offer reliable and scalable solutions to our customers for any size of project, making this a win-win partnership for both companies.”

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