Published on 25 February, 2014
Synology has integrated its NVRs with Dahua’s full range of network cameras, including Dahua's PTZ domes
Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of video surveillance products headquartered in Hangzhou, China announced to build up collaborative relationship with Synology leading provider of Network Video Recording Solutions. Synology integrated its NVRs with Dahua’s full range of network cameras, including Dahua Pan–tilt–zoom (PTZ) domes. With the collaboration between Dahua and Synology, multi-sites and industry-level surveillance management is now intuitive and cost-effective.
Dahua Technology caters to distinctive market demands and its network camera lineup offers megapixel cameras in various sizes and shapes, which delivers superb image quality and strong functionality. Synology, a professional IP-based video surveillance solution, combining the functionality of advanced NVR and NAS (network attached storage), aiming to deliver a scalable, future proof, user-friendly NVR solutions and solid customer service to satisfy the needs of business, individual users and our partners.
Synology Surveillance Station, running on all Synology NVRs, is integrated NVR management software dedicated to facilitate the reliable surveillance architecture. Featuring easy and intuitive navigation, Synology Central Management System (CMS) offers large-scale, multi-sites deployment a scalable and unified point of control.
“While the flexibility of multi-sites and large-scale deployment are highly-valued, Synology answers exactly users’ needs.” pointed Chad Jiang, Product Manager of Synology. “We are excited to see this collaboration as many of the integrated IP cameras are in high demand by industry-level market. With the intuitive, budget friendly Synology NVR and full support for Dahua IP cameras, this integration will bring a great advancement of reliability and user experience toward Synology and Dahua adopters.”
“The successful integration makes Synology NVR and Dahua IP cameras well compatible with one another, which is no doubt beneficial to our mutual customers,” said Tim Shen, Marketing Director at Dahua Technology. “We’d love to create an open platform working with our partners, like Synology, as we see the increasing IP demand from different level of markets. Partnering with Synology and offering the right solution that catering to market needs are of course a good attempt to stay ahead in the industry.”