Dahua Technology, a solution provider in the global video surveillance industry, announced that it has completed an integration with renowned cloud storage and video surveillance brand ASUSTOR. Over 100 Dahua camera models are now verified as being compatible with ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Centre, bringing a premium surveillance solution to the market. Now users will be able to create an economical and large scale surveillance system on their trusted ASUSTOR NAS devices. CMS Lite central monitoring software ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Centre runs on all ASUSTOR NAS devices and provides 4 free camera channels (more than the industry standard). Users can also expand camera channels according to their needs using purchasable licenses. Surveillance Centre features the centralised monitoring software CMS Lite which allows users to centrally manage up to 128 IP cameras in different locations on 32 ASUSTOR NVRs, significantly enhancing management efficiency. The latest Surveillance Centre 2.7 beta version advances surveillance functionality and adds a variety of professional functions including: the exporting and importing of camera settings that allows users to save, backup and deploy camera settings to other Surveillance Centre installations, support for the new fisheye restoration mode 1O3R and two-way communication on the AiSecure mobile app. Comprehensive surveillance solution “When creating a comprehensive cloud surveillance system, in addition to needing a stable and reliable NAS storage device as a backbone you also need high quality surveillance cameras,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We are elated to be partnering with world renowned IP camera brand Dahua Technology in completing compatibility testing and verification for this integration. Now consumers and businesses are able to select from even more popular camera models when creating an economical and comprehensive surveillance solution.” Dahua Technology has one of the most comprehensive line up of surveillance cameras in the industry. The integration with ASUSTOR Surveillance Centre offer customers a complete solution to meet the requirement of every site. “Open Integration Innovation has been our guiding principle,” said Daniel Chau, Overseas Marketing Director of Dahua Technology. “We are open to work with platform partners, like ASUSTOR, to form a total solution for customers. We appreciate the value of our relationship and we expect the demand for this Cloud surveillance solution to grow rapidly.”
ElephantDrive allows data from ASUSTOR NAS devices to be backed up in real time ASUSTOR, provider of network storage solutions, announces the addition of the new ElephantDrive cloud backup App for all ASUSTOR NAS devices. ASUSTOR NAS users will be able to download and install this new App via App Central. ElephantDrive provides an online cloud backup service that allows data from ASUSTOR NAS devices to be backed up in real time or via scheduling to ElephantDrive’s encrypted cloud storage space. Data can also be conveniently restored in the event of an accident, significantly enhancing data availability. "We are delighted to begin our collaboration with ASUSTOR. Our goal has been to provide seamlessly integrated cloud backup solutions for NAS devices, so it was only a matter of time before we offered support for ASUSTOR's powerful and user-friendly devices,” said Michael Fisher, CEO at ElephantDrive. “We are convinced that the combination of ASUSTOR's hardware and ElephantDrive's cloud services will satisfy the most demanding users." Best backup and data protection solution “We are elated to be bringing ElephantDrive’s cloud backup solutions to all ASUSTOR NAS users,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We aim to provide our users with the best backup and data protection solutions, securing their data and providing peace of mind.” ASUSTOR recognises the demanding requirements that users have for backup, providing a host of comprehensive backup solutions that give users the flexibility to configure backups in different usage scenarios. ASUSTOR backup solutions include the Backup Plan utility for Windows, Time Machine support for Mac, FTP/Rsync backup to remote servers, and synchronised backup to cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Owncloud, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, HiDrive and hubiC. The addition of support for ElephantDrive provides yet another high-quality cloud backup option for users to choose from.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced the release of the Surveillance Center 2.5 beta version. The Surveillance Center 2.5 Beta optimises users’ Windows environment operation experience by allowing them to access the App interface from Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer Web browsers. Furthermore, ASUSTOR’s secure HTTPS encrypted connections have been also added to the video recording playback function, comprehensively protecting user privacy and ensuring safety. Surveillance Center’s local display function has also been enhanced. In addition to the real-time monitoring of surveillance feeds, users will now be able playback recording files and hear live audio. The local display function helps small business and home users save on the cost of creating a surveillance system by leveraging the existing monitors and TVs they have via convenient HDMI output from the ASUSTOR NAS. “Effectively utilising limited storage capacity to achieve effective recording has always been a challenge for users,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “In regards to this, ASUSTOR has introduced flexible recording storage quotas allowing users to configure the storage quota size, retention period of files and priority of cameras in order to make effective use of the system’s storage capacity.” Key features for the Surveillance Center 2.5 Beta: Optimised operation in Windows environments, supports HTTPS recording playback The Surveillance Center 2.5 Beta satisfies Windows users’ cross-browser usage needs with support for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. HTTPS encrypted connections are also now available when viewing video feeds online, making configurations or playing back recordings, providing added security. All new log in screen System administrators can customise the dedicated Surveillance Center login screen, allowing all users to directly log in to Surveillance Center via an individual login page for quick and convenient access. (IP:8000:apps/nvr) More flexible recording quotas The Surveillance Center system can define recording storage quotas according to the storage space size or retention period. Additionally, different storage quotas can be configured according to different camera priorities allowing administrators to easily achieve effective recording using limited storage capacity. Self-defined recording file save location Surveillance Center provides a self-defined save location function for recording files. Users can configure the location according to their preferences for added flexibility and freedom. Enhanced local display ASUSTOR’s PC-less surveillance solution has been enhanced again. In addition to being able to view live camera feeds on your TV, you can also directly search and playback specific recording files via the timeline or calendar. What’s more, you can now hear live audio as well. Adds over 43 compatible camera models from world renowned brands Surveillance Center now supports multiple camera models from Panasonic featuring two-way voice functions and adds over 43 different compatible camera models from world renowned brands including AV-Tech, Canon, D-Link, FaceID, INSTAR, Planet and VIVOTEK. The Surveillance Center 2.5 Beta is available for all ASUSTOR NAS devices. Users can install it free of charge from ASUSTOR’s App Central.
The AS6208T and AS6210T also feature a hot-swappable hard disk design and have passed stringent compatibility tests for Seagate ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has launched two powerful flagship tower models in the AS6208T and AS6210T. This series of NAS devices comes equipped with the newest generation of Intel quad-core processors providing stable and reliable system performance. The AS6208T and AS6210T also feature a hot-swappable hard disk design and have passed stringent compatibility tests for Seagate’s newly launched high capacity 8TB disks, designed specifically for surveillance use. With these high-capacity disks, users are able to create high capacity recording storage spaces of up to 64TB and 80TB, respectively. Combined with ASUSTOR’s professional surveillance application, users will be able to create a small to medium sized surveillance system consisting of 1 to 25 cameras, helping them to increase security in their workplace and solve any surveillance issues. “We are honoured to continue our long-term partnership with Seagate, which has been nothing but fruitful. Seagate’s new 8TB surveillance hard disks can help business owners to resolve issues with ever expanding storage needs while making high definition surveillance recording more commonplace,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “We are elated that the AS6210T and our other NAS products have passed compatibility tests, giving ASUSTOR NAS users a superior choice when selecting dedicated hard disks to create a cost-effective and reliable surveillance solution.” All are welcome to experience ASUSTOR’s newest model: The AS6210T Secutech Exhibition Date: April 19-21, 2016 Location: Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, 4th Floor #3521
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that all of its products are now compatible with IP camera models from DIGITUS®, a world renowned brand. This expands the number of options and possibilities for consumers when creating an ideal cost-effective surveillance system. Easy-to-use surveillance system In the past, surveillance systems were more commonly used in large scale environments such as public places, streets, train stations and airports. With lowered barriers to technology and the rise in awareness of personal safety, consumers are now more concerned with security in their home environment. ASUSTOR NAS provides a stable and easy-to-use surveillance system with a high degree of compatibility, allowing consumers effortlessly secure their home and get peace of mind. ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center is a free surveillance management system that can be installed on ASUSTOR NAS devices. Surveillance Center provides users with 4 free camera channels and is compatible with most popular camera brands, allowing users to select compatible camera models based on their individual needs to create their surveillance system. Also provided is a quick start wizard that helps users to easily search for cameras in their local network and to complete setup and configuration. Surveillance Center also supports a new Multi-Stream function that optimises online viewing experiences by providing 3 different default video resolutions. Reliable and secure solution “DIGITUS is well-known for providing high quality products with a high price-to-performance ratio. We are very happy to be collaborating with DIGITUS to complete this integration,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “After installing Surveillance Center 2.4, all ASUSTOR NAS users will be able to use IP cameras from DIGITUS, creating reliable and secure surveillance solution.” The Surveillance Center 2.4 Beta from ASUSTOR is now available for download. All ASUSTOR NAS users will be able to enjoy support for DIGITUS products after upgrading to this new version. New functions available in Surveillance Center 2.4 include: Multi-Stream support: Surveillance Center now supports 3 independent video streaming modes, allowing administrators to configure default resolutions for recordings and viewing feeds remotely, optimising video streaming under different network bandwidth conditions. HTTPS encrypted connections: Using a secure connection can ensure the privacy and security of surveillance feed transmissions. 7 series devices support up to 49 different camera channels via add-on licenses. 62, 61, 51, 50 series devices support up 25 camera channels via add-on licenses. Supports IP cameras from DIGITUS.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that Surveillance Center has officially upgraded to version 2.3. All ASUSTOR NAS users with surveillance needs are welcome to download and experience this new version firsthand. “With the growing global demand for IP surveillance solutions, we are very excited to be launching Surveillance Center 2.3 to meet these demands,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “This new version of Surveillance Center increases system stability and automates more functions than ever before. We are sure it will delight all our users across the world.” For professional surveillance setups Surveillance Center 2.3 includes even more powerful functions for professional surveillance setups. Highly flexible automated event action rules allow administrators to customise alarm handling rules. When an event occurs, the system can select different measures to handle the situation based on the type of event that occurred or the time the event occurred. Also, a variety of simple on-screen controls provide a smooth and intuitive usage experience while role-based access control provides more detailed permissions management allowing administrators to create roles for users according to their responsibilities, administrative tasks that they are able to execute, and the camera feed playback and administrative functions available to them. Moreover, foreign object detection for IVA (Intelligent Video Analytics) allows users to quickly search and detect if a foreign object has appeared in a specified area (for example, a bag, box, tire or person) in order to quickly and efficiently find the associated video recordings. This upgrade also adds compatibility for cameras from ACTi, BUFFALO and PLANET, providing users with more options and flexibility than ever before when creating their surveillance system.
ASUSTOR will be using AS7004T installed with Surveillance Center 2.4 to display network surveillance management & recording solution ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, is now entering the professional surveillance arena. At the Axis Solution Conference 2015, ASUSTOR will be exhibiting a cost-effective yet high quality surveillance solution. All interest parties are welcome to attend. Surveillance Center is an add-on application developed by ASUSTOR that can be run on all ASUSTOR NAS devices. It instantly turns any ASUSTOR NAS into an NVR server that can be used on different multiple operating systems and web browsers. Users can also combine Surveillance Center with ASUSTOR NAS models supporting HDMI to enjoy the exclusive use of the local display function. Users only need to turn on their HDMI TV or monitor to view real-time video surveillance feeds from their network cameras. “As an Axis Development Program Partner, we are elated to be exhibiting our achievements at the Axis Solution Conference 2015,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center is compatible with all Axis brand cameras as well as with over 600 other models from world renowned brands, in addition to providing users with the ability to simultaneously view up to 49 surveillance feeds in 1080p HD. ASUSTOR’s goal is to provide users with highly flexible and simple to manage solutions, creating even more potential opportunities for system integrators.” At the conference, ASUSTOR will be using an AS7004T with Surveillance Center 2.4 installed to display a cost-effective network surveillance management and recording solution. This solution will include 49 channels of real-time video surveillance feeds, interactive electronic maps integration, intuitive on-screen controls, unique role-based access control, automated event action rules, RTSP streaming server and missing object detection for intelligent video analytics. Brand new functions in Surveillance Center 2.4 Automated event action rules: This function allows administrators to customise alarm handling rules. When an event occurs, the system can select different measures to handle the situation based on the type of event that occurred or the time the event occurred. These different measures include actively sending out email/SMS notifications to different groups, smartphone push notifications, activating multiple cameras to begin recording, assigning cameras to patrol a specific area or activating other external devices providing automated and intelligent event handling. Simple and intuitive on-screen controls: A variety of real-time on-screen controls and functions on the Surveillance Center interface allow you to control PTZ camera movement, configure camera settings, start recordings and take snapshots of camera feeds. In addition to providing a smooth and intuitive control experience, the efficiency of operation is also significantly increased. "ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center is compatible with all Axis brand cameras as well as with over 600 other models from world renowned brands", said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR Multiple modes for streaming camera management: Surveillance Center supports 3 different modes for video streaming*, allowing administrators to configure the video resolution of recordings and the default video resolution used when viewing video feeds remotely. Users can also select the required video resolution according to network bandwidth and the number of camera channels, satisfying the need to optimise surveillance video under varying network conditions. * Number will vary depending on camera brand. Role-based access control: Surveillance Center provides role based access control, allowing administrators to create roles for users according to their responsibilities, administrative tasks that they are able to execute, and the camera feed playback and administrative functions available to them, significantly increasing management convenience and flexibility. Missing object detection: This function can be used to detect if an object has been moved or lost in a specified area, quickly uncovering the reason for missing critical objects. RTSP streaming server: The all-new RTSP streaming server, gives system integrators the ability to conveniently integrate Surveillance Center with 3rd party equipment, allowing any device supporting RTSP to receive real-time video feeds from cameras on the network managed by Surveillance Center. Furthermore, RTSP streaming server also allows users to manage the number of connections and remove any malicious connections.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced the release of the Surveillance Center 2.3 beta version. This version of Surveillance Center features powerful new features including automated event action rules, simplified and intuitive on-screen controls, role-based access control, and the addition of foreign object detection for intelligent video analytics and search. The HDMI local output function has also been expanded for setups with greater than 4 cameras, allowing users to change pages to view different video feeds and automatically cycle between feeds, providing the same type of convenience as browsing real-time surveillance feeds on a web page. “Since the release of Surveillance Center we have been continually receiving feedback from all of our users. This has allowed us to make continual improvements and innovations, creating an even more reliable, convenient and versatile surveillance system,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “This new upgrade significantly enhances overall system performance in a variety of ways while also removing the previous limitation that required the local display function to be disabled when using additional camera channel licenses, creating a truly computer-less real-time surveillance system.” The Surveillance Center 2.3 beta version also features the following new functions: Automated event action rules: This function allows administrators to customise alarm handling rules. When an event occurs, the system can select different measures to handle the situation based on the type of event that occurred or the time the event occurred. These different measures include actively sending out email/SMS notifications to different groups, smartphone push notifications, activating multiple cameras to begin recording, assigning cameras to patrol a specific area or activating other external devices providing automated and intelligent event handling. Simple and intuitive on-screen controls: A variety of real-time on-screen controls and functions on the Surveillance Center interface allow you to control PTZ camera movement, configure camera settings, start recordings and take snapshots of camera feeds. In addition to providing a smooth and intuitive control experience, the efficiency of operation is also significantly increased. Role-based access control: Surveillance Center provides role based access control, allowing administrators to create roles for users according to their responsibilities, administrative tasks that they are able to execute, and the camera feed playback and administrative functions available to them, significantly increasing management convenience and flexibility. Foreign object detection: In addition to the existing motion detection function, the Surveillance Center 2.3 beta version also provides foreign object detection. Users can quickly search and detect if a foreign object has appeared in a specified area (for example, a bag, box, tire or person) in order to quickly and efficiently find the relevant video recordings. The Surveillance Center 2.3 beta is available for all ASUSTOR NAS devices. Users can install it free of charge from ASUSTOR’s App Central to enjoy a versatile and ideal Surveillance Solution.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that Surveillance Center has officially upgraded to version 2.2. All ASUSTOR NAS users with surveillance needs are welcome to download and experience this new version firsthand. Surveillance Center 2.2 supports the ONVIF Profile S (2.4.1) standard protocol, which makes it compatible with all Profile S certified camera products. Additionally, newly added interactive electronic maps provide a visual method for administrators to get an overall view of all IP cameras being deployed in large scale surveillance environments, allowing them to quickly get a handle on the current situation and effectively limiting any potential damage that could occur. Furthermore, support for the newest version of Safari (8.0.2) optimises the display performance of Surveillance Center on Mac systems increasing the refresh rate when viewing multiple camera channels and providing a smoother experience when navigating through the interface. The Surveillance Center 2.2 upgrade also further expands compatibility for cameras from AXIS, AVTECH, Samsung, TRENDnet and Zavio, providing more choice and flexibility for users. “We would like to thank all of our users for their feedback and participation in the Surveillance Center 2.2 Beta Program during the past few weeks,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “Their invaluable assistance has allowed us to smoothly launch the official version of Surveillance Center 2.2, bringing convenient new features for all ASUSTOR users to enjoy.” Surveillance Center is the first surveillance NAS App in the world to support HDMI local output and also provides an industry leading 4 free camera channels, satisfying the surveillance needs for homes and small-scale retail operations. Cross-platform monitoring via Windows and Mac Web browsers, HDMI local output and the AiSecure mobile app allow users to always stay connected with their most valued assets. Surveillance Center currently supports close to 500 different camera models from world renowned brands which combines with ONVIF Profile S support to provide more choice and flexibility than ever before for surveillance camera deployment. Surveillance Center 2.2 is suitable for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices. All users are welcome to download it from App Central and create their own exclusive surveillance cloud for free.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced the release of the new innovatively enhanced version of the AiMaster mobile app. This new version of AiMaster is the first mobile app in the NAS industry that allows users to initialise their system and create RAID volumes along with other basic configurations. Users can also use AiMaster to log in to ASUSTOR’s App Central and install Apps for their NAS. Furthermore, users can connect to other related ASUSTOR Apps from within AiMaster, allowing them to quickly handle tasks such as finding files, viewing photos, listen to music or monitoring surveillance feeds. AiMaster helps users get these tasks done in the blink of an eye while taking the mobile NAS experience to the next level. ASUSTOR offers a variety of mobile apps that provide a wealth of convenient functions for all ASUSTOR NAS users. All ASUSTOR mobile apps provide three different connection methods (Cloud ID, Host IP and Auto Discovery) allowing users to easily access their NAS from within their local network or remotely over the Internet. Also supported are HTTPS encrypted connections and a passcode lock function which secure data transfers and connections while providing added privacy protection for mobile devices. AiMaster can be thought of as the mobile version of ADM (ASUSTOR’s NAS operating system). With AiMaster users will be able to grasp the system status of multiple NAS devices at any time while performing core system management tasks such as checking system information and resource usage, reading event logs, managing online users, executing USB One Touch Backup jobs, executing data backup and restoration, enabling and disabling system services, browsing App Central, managing NAS user access rights and customising the AiMaster desktop wallpaper. Also worth mentioning are the Wake-on-LAN, Find Me and push notification functions in AiMaster that provide added convenience via centralised management to IT professionals working in server room environments. “In the past, the steps involved in configuring and installing a NAS were complicated enough to be prohibitive to many users,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “ASUSTOR breaks through this barrier, allowing users to instantly configure and begin using their NAS from the convenience of their mobile device. We believe that AiMaster will prove to be an app that users will love to use, providing the ultimate mobile NAS experience via integrated personal cloud creation and management.”
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that all of its NAS devices are now compatible with all DIGIEVER NVRs, providing a stable backup and storage solution for DIGIEVER NVR users. ASUSTOR NAS provides cross-platform file sharing, suitable for hybrid enterprise environments and comes built-in with the ADM operating system which offers an intuitive user experience that easily integrates with existing IT environments, providing IT professionals with seamless Windows AD integration and easy file permissions management. ASUSTOR provides a flawless surveillance storage solution for users with demanding professional surveillance needs. “DIGIEVER NVR’s exceptional surveillance management platform combined with ASUSTOR’s innovative network storage devices, allow us to provide an optimal solution for professional management and storage expansion,” said Allen Tseng, Product Manager at DIGIEVER. “No matter if for personal or business use, this solution offers a lot of added value for both ASUSTOR and DIGIEVER users with video surveillance and backup needs. Users will be able to complete configurations and setup in just a few easy steps. We are delighted to be cooperating with ASUSTOR and are looking forward to providing even more surveillance and storage solutions for the market.” “DIGIEVER provides renowned high-quality large scale surveillance NVR solutions. We are elated to be cooperating with them in launching a flexible storage expansion solution with a tremendous price to performance ratio,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “ASUSTOR’s high performance, multifunctional NAS products offer highly stable 24/7 non-stop operation along with remote backup functionality. An individual ASUSTOR NAS device offers up to 66TB of immense storage space, thoroughly meeting the storage needs of large scale video surveillance systems.”
ASUSTOR will be able to receive VAPIX application components from AXIS along with technical documentation ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that it has joined world renowned surveillance company AXIS’s Application Development Partner (ADP) Program. ASUSTOR will now be able to receive the VAPIX® application components from AXIS along with technical documentation, software development kit and specialised development support in order to implement a more comprehensive technical integration. This works to provide AXIS users with a more reliable surveillance solution. “We are elated to be joining the AXIS Application Development Partner (ADP) Program,” said James Su, Product Manager, at ASUSTOR. “Close integration with a world-leading IP camera company such as AXIS, gives us an unparalleled competitive advantage in providing our users with the type of superior surveillance solutions that they demand.” ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center is currently compatible with close to 500 different camera models from world-renowned brands. With a firm emphasis on the needs of users, ASUSTOR provides a wide variety of IP camera choices for use with Surveillance Center, in order to let users flexibly create the most safe, reliable and cost-effective surveillance solution.
ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced that it has launched a new surveillance monitoring mobile app AiSecure. After installing ASUSTOR’s Surveillance Center on their NAS, ASUSTOR users will be able to install AiSecure free of charge on their mobile devices in order to remotely monitor their surveillance feeds. AiSecure’s push notifications help users to stay up to date on all the latest developments, allowing users to take immediate action if required and reducing any possible damage to assets in the home or workplace. Additionally, AiSecure features and easy-to-use and intuitive interface that provides timely functionality for the feature in use, giving users the ability to take snapshots, record, control PTZ functions on cameras, check on the system status and replay previously recorded video. “With the expansion of convenient Internet access and the exponential growth in smartphones and tablets, having information on demand is now a part of everyday life,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “AiSecure was developed with the modern user’s usage habits in mind, allowing them to remotely connect to the things they care about with their mobile device, satisfying their need for reliable surveillance that can be accessed from anywhere and at any time.” AiSecure is a mobile app that was specially designed to be used in concert with the Surveillance Center App on ASUSTOR NAS devices and is available for both iOS and Android devices. After installing Surveillance Center on their ASUSTOR NAS, users can download AiSecure free of charge from the Apple App Store or Google Play. About Surveillance Center: The Surveillance Center App was developed in-house by ASUSTOR and is available for free from App Central. It allows users to turn their NAS into an NVR, creating a reliable and cost-effective surveillance solution. Intuitive and easy to use, Surveillance Center features a quick installation wizard that helps users to set up their cameras and begin recording in just 5 easy steps. Surveillance center also comes with 4 free IP camera channel licenses, which is higher than the industry standard. For users that require additional camera channels, Surveillance Center supports add-on camera licenses that users can purchase to flexibly add new camera channels. The latest version of Surveillance Center offers a wealth of advanced functionality including camera patrolling which lets users configure up to 5 different patrol paths with up to 20 preset points, IVA (Intelligent Video Analytics) smart search which helps users to quickly find critical events from amongst recorded video, and support for user defined cameras via Generic RTSP. Additionally, Surveillance Center provides comprehensive cross-platform support, allowing both Windows and Mac users to use familiar web browsers to access their surveillance feeds.
ASUSTOR’s 2 and 3 series devices can be expanded up to a maximum of 8 camera channels ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, announced recently that its expansion camera channel licenses are now available for purchase, globally. After installing the Surveillance Center App on an ASUSTOR NAS, users will be able to enjoy the use of 4 free IP camera channels. In order to further add more channels to Surveillance Center users can make use of the new purchasable camera channel licenses. ASUSTOR’s 2 and 3 series devices can be expanded up to a maximum of 8 camera channels while 6 series devices can be expanded up to a maximum of 12. “We have taken user feedback into account and in addition to providing 4 free camera channel licenses, which is higher than the industry standard, we are offering expansion licenses in single and 4 channel packs. This provides flexibility for users to incrementally expand their surveillance systems, “said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “Furthermore, the exclusive ability to transfer licenses allows users to transfer camera channel licenses among ASUSTOR NAS devices, increasing deployment versatility.” The camera channel expansion function is available for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices that are running Surveillance Center 2.1 and later. The camera channel licenses are now available for purchase from ASUSTOR dealers globally and also from the ASUSTOR online accessories store.
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