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Basler Vision Technologies integrates IP cameras with AVerMedia's DVR/NVR products

Published on 11 December, 2009

AVerMedia solutions support Basler IP cameras
Basler IP cameras integrate with AVerMedia's leading line of Windows and Linux based DVRs/NVRs
Basler Vision Technologies, one of the world's leading machine vision companies, announced recently that they have teamed with AVerMedia® Information, Inc. USA to integrate Basler IP cameras with AVerMedia's leading line of Windows and Linux based DVRs/NVRs. Currently AVerMedia has integrated the whole range of Basler's IP camera models, including the BIP-640cBIP-1000cBIP-1300c, and BIP-1600c models with all the latest AVerMedia EH, EXR, NV, NXU and SA series DVRs/NVR.

Basler Vision Technologies currently manufactures a wide range of network cameras ranging from VGA (640 x 480) to 2 megapixel resolution, all with day/night models available. Basler utilises H.264 compression on their entire line of compact cameras, combining high video resolution with smaller file sizes.

"We are very pleased to add AVerMedia to our growing list of integration partners. This is a great match for our high-quality IP camera line," notes Marko Vogt, Sales and Business Development Manager. "Basler customers can now take advantage of AVerMedia NVR/DVR products."

With the compelling benefits of IP-ready systems driving demand for AVerMedia's full Hybrid, high quality and competitively priced solutions, AVerMedia continues to partner with leading 3rd party IP camera manufacturers to provide consumers with accessible convergence ready systems.

"AVerMedia is committed to offering consumers efficient, great value and fully integrated IP solutions. We are excited to include Basler in our expanding support list of over 50 of the world's top IP camera manufactures. Basler's ultra-compact IP cameras continue to impress us with their high quality and low light performance" says Craig Johnson, Division Director for AVerMedia Surveillance Division.

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