Hikvision's embedded NVR to be exhibited at Security Essen 2010

Hikvision's embedded NVR
DS-9616NI-SH

Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd., the leading supplier of digital video surveillance products, announced the release of its industry-leading embedded NVR - the DS-9616NI-SH - at the Essen 2010 show to be held October 5th to 8th in Essen, Germany.

The Hikvision DS-9616NI-SH NVR is a new generation of network video surveillance product designed for high quality megapixel recording, mass storage and high-definition, real-time monitoring. Built on an embedded platform and combining the latest H.264/MPEG4 video encoding and decoding technology, this NVR can support network cameras of up to 2 megapixels, and features HDMI for high-definition video display up to 1080P resolution.

It supports eight megapixel network cameras of up to 1600x1200 resolution simultaneously, or four 2-megapixel network cameras at full frame rate, or sixteen network cameras of D1 resolution. Hikvision's digital video servers and network speed domes are supported by the NVR as well.

Hikvision's digital video servers and network speed domes are supported by the NVR

The DS-9616NI-SH NVR facilitates 16-channels synchronous playback, and digital zoom for more flexible monitoring and playback. The product allows video storage on as many as 8 SATA hard drives up to 2 TB each. The pre-allocated hard disk management technology allows users to maximise storage space. Remote PTZ control enables users to adjust the PTZ cameras directly via a web user interface. The user-friendly GUI comes with a Windows-style interface and an attractive, efficient operating panel.

Other class-leading features include scheduled recording, motion-detection event-triggered recording, dual video streaming, local archive, easy USB backup and more. TCP/IP, PPPoE, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, SADP, SMTP, NFS and SNMP are all supported for powerful video data transmission and network management.

The DS-9616NI-SH NVR is invaluable for security-critical installations, including financial institutions, public security, military, telecommunications, transportation, education, water conservancy and more.

In addition to this exciting NVR product, visitors to Essen 2010 will also see Hikvision's ease-to-use mobile DVR solution, the DS-6308DI high-definition video decoder and megapixel cameras. As well, the 5-megapixel network camera, the 2-megapixel CCD real-time network camera and the 1.3-megapixel 18x network speed dome will all be on display.

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