March Networks, a provider of intelligent IP video solutions, introduced its new 9000 Series IP recorders. Designed to deliver the same unparalleled reliability, manageability, and serviceability organisations have come to expect from March Networks, these high-performance recorders are ideal for mid-sized commercial organisations with all-IP video environments, as well as banks, retailers and other multi-site enterprises transitioning from analogue or hybrid video networking.
High reliability IP recorders
Available in 32-, 48- and 64-channel models, the 9000 Series recorders support high-megapixel, high-throughput video capture. In addition, all channel licences are included, so customers benefit from a fully-featured recording system right out of the box with a lower overall cost of ownership.
Available in 32-, 48- and 64-channel models, the 9000 Series recorders support high-megapixel, high-throughput video capture
To ensure the highest reliability, the 9000 Series IP Recorders incorporate a customised embedded Linux OS, which eliminates unnecessary background services and frequent system updates.
Other reliability features include diagnostic LEDs for each hard-drive, internal battery backup, and real-time system health monitoring via March Networks Command video management software. The recorders are also simple to maintain, thanks to front-access hard drives and unique QR codes that work with March Networks’ free GURU Smartphone App to enable instant configuration audits, troubleshooting, warranty checks and other capabilities using a smartphone or tablet.
Centralised video management
The 9000 Series recorders integrate seamlessly with March Networks 8000 Series Hybrid NVRs, and the company’s Command Recording Server solution—all of which can be managed together as a single solution using powerful March Networks Command Enterprise. This gives customers unlimited flexibility to deploy the right video solution for each site while benefitting from enterprise-class centralised video management.
“This new family of 9000 Series recorders offers organisations a high-performance video appliance that’s IT-friendly, very easy to manage and cost-competitive,” said Dan Cremins, Global Product Management Leader, March Networks. “It gives our customers additional choice when deploying an end-to-end video solution, and continues our commitment to delivering the most reliable and serviceable recording systems in the industry.”
March Networks will showcase the new 9000 Series IP Recorders in Booth 25041 at the International Security Conference and Exposition (ISC West 2017), April 5th-7th, in Las Vegas, Nevada.