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Optelecom-NKF introduces new additions Siqura product line at Essen

 Optelecom-NFK Siqura® C-44 E-MC (multi-codec) encoder
 Optelecom to showcase latest additions their line of Siqura® Surveillance Solutions
Optelecom-NKF, Inc., a leading global producer of advanced IP-video network solutions, will introduce its new Siqura® Camera line at the Security Essen show in October. Optelecom-NKF will be launching also other latest additions to their line of Siqura® Surveillance Solutions, such as the Operator Storage software and the C-44 multi video codec. 

In order to continue adding to 'All Pieces of the Puzzle', a new line of Siqura® cameras is being introduced, a total of 22, including; Box Cameras, Fixed Dome Cameras and High-Speed Dome Cameras.

The new Siqura® cameras for indoor and outdoor applications will come in both analog and IP formats with a wide range of features in both.

New: Operator Storage™ Viewing Software

Siqura® Operator Storage 2.0 combines simultaneous playback and live camera viewing with on-the-fly video capture and networked video recorder search functionality.  The operator can view up to 16 high-resolution images at once on one or two monitors, or use Operator Storage to control a wall of video monitors.  With its intuitive user interface, operators can easily control combinations of live views, predefined tours, and recorded images.  For a complete surveillance solution, Operator Storage integrates seamlessly with Siqura's Intelligent Networked Video Recorder (i-NVR) and the full line of Siqura® cameras and C- and S-series codecs.

New: C-44 Multi-Codec

With the introduction of the Siqura® C-44 E-MC (multi-codec) encoder, Optelecom-NKF raises the bar for quality and features.  The C-44 E-MC, boasting four video processors, can take four analog video (NTSC/PAL) inputs and convert them to MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MJPEG concurrently.  For each video signal in, you can stream to different unicast and/or multicast destinations, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and MJPEG, all at different frame rates and resolutions.

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