NUUO now supports a number of Hikvision's digital video servers
NUUO NVR (IP+) adopts open platform technology supporting as many as 37 brands of IP/megapixel cameras
Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., the leading supplier of digital video surveillance products, announced that a wide range of its network cameras are now integrated with NUUO NVR (IP+) software and NVRmini, including the DS-2CD7xx/8xx series network cameras, DS-2DF1-4xx/6xxH and DS-2DM1-6xxH network speed domes. In addition, Hikvision's digital video servers DS-6104HCI-SATA, DS-6101HFI-IP and DS-6101HFI -SATA are supported by NUUO as well.

Based on TI's DaVinci platform, Hikvision network camera can deliver high-quality video stream in real-time. Using the latest H.264/MPEG-4 video codec, the network cameras greatly optimise the use of bandwidth and storage without compromising image quality. The cameras support dual compression stream, in which the sub-stream allows for remote preview and mobile phone monitoring. PTZ control, auto iris and auto/manual IR-cut filter removal among other features are also supported by Hikvision network speed domes.

As a flexible and cost-efficient solution which can manage IP/megapixel cameras, NUUO PC based NVR (IP+) adopts open platform technology supporting as many as 37 brands of IP/megapixel cameras with more than 700 models. This software features NUUO intelligent video solution (IVS), event detections, intelligent playback search, and other handy tools including intuitive GUI recording schedule, E-map, mobile (3G) support, etc. Moreover, it is supported by authentic NUUO Central Management System which is a true monitoring and management solution that supports unlimited number of cameras.

Hikvision's network cameras are also supported by NUUO's NVRmini 

In addition to the NVR software, Hikvision's network cameras are also supported by NUUO's stand-alone NVR - NVRmini. With Linux embedded system, NUUO NVRmini coupled with Hikvision network cameras can offer the most stable, open, ease of installation platform for small to mid-size applications, such as factories, buildings, supermarket, office, transportation system and homes.

"We are very pleased to see that with the performance of Hikvision H.264 megapixel cameras, NUUO PC-based NVR and NVRmini stand-alone enable for users to use its Intelligent Video Analysis with high accuracy, in addition, we positively see more extended applications in global market based on our open platform," said Deane Liu, Partner Alliance Manager from NUUO.

"As a long-term partner of NUUO, we are very pleased to integrate with its software to bring the leading surveillance solutions to market," said Tony Yang, International Market Director of Hikvision. "This collaboration clearly demonstrates our efforts to provide more value-added products and solutions for customers worldwide."

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