Published on 2 May, 2012
Grandstream Networks, the leading manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, and AxxonSoft, the manufacturer of intelligent video management software, jointly announce the successful integration of Grandstream’s GXV36xx IP video surveillance cameras and AxxonSoft’s video management software (VMS). Grandstream GXV36xx IP cameras, featuring SIP integration, high quality HD imaging and cost-effectiveness, coupled with Axxon’s VMS with powerful tools for analytics and automation makes this solution easy for businesses worldwide to configure and maintain.
"We provide the user with versatile platform for IP video surveillance that is intelligent and easy to use. Support for Grandstream cameras adds value to our VMS, and we look forward to partnership, that will bring new benefits for our customers", said Natalia Romanyuk, IP integration manager at AxxonSoft.
Grandstream meets HD or low light application needs with an array of surveillance solutions including box IP cameras, cube and mini dome IP cameras, outdoor IP cameras, etc. The award-winning GXV36xx family of IP video surveillance solutions delivers crisp, clear picture quality, rich telephony features, significant price-performance competitiveness, full compliance with industry standards and broad interoperability with industry video management systems. All Grandstream IP cameras support ONVIF standards and HTTP API for easy integration with VMS. Grandstream cameras uniquely offer bi-directional SIP/VoIP audio and video streaming capabilities to mobile phones and videophones, from anywhere in the world. High quality live video feeds from any GXV IP cameras can be routed through the IP PBX onto IP multimedia endpoints including Grandstream’s GXV3140 and GXV3175 video phones.
“We are pleased to associate our video solutions with AxxonSoft, a recognised Russian leader in video surveillance management systems. The collective product offering from Grandstream and AxxonSoft brings an innovative end-to-end solution of surveillance, recording and monitoring to meet a wide range of application needs for today and future growth”, said David Li, CEO of Grandstream.
VoIP Group Russia, a mutual distributor partner of Grandstream and AxxonSoft, played an instrumental role in facilitating interoperability testing between the both companies.
“We are proud to partner with Grandstream and AxxonSoft to bring a powerful video software solution to channel and business customers. The top-notch features, intuitive platform and ease of installation and management ensure suitability with a broad base of customers and networks”, said Sergey Panfilov, product manager, VoIP Group Russia.
Grandstream IP cameras are supported in Drivers Pack 3.2.9.