3VR, the video intelligence company, today announced the debut of five new high-performance hybrid and network video recorders (NVRs) at the ASIS International Seminar and Exhibits in
Each NVR and hybrid NVR is optimized for the bundled VisionPoint™ VMS, delivering superior video management through an intuitive web-based interface. Designed to meet industry and IT standards, VisionPoint supports ONVIF-compliant (
"We are excited to introduce our comprehensive new hardware line-up," said
From small convenience stores to large enterprise applications, the five new recorders offer performance and price points to suit every need. All models come with a 3-year software and hardware warranty.
• 1000-series: Economical hybrid analog and IP camera solution with support for up to 16 cameras.
• 2000-series: Compact NVR designed for use in ATMs and other installations where space and heat is an issue.
• 3000-series: Cost-effective desktop solution with support for up to 16 channels of analog or 48 IP cameras with plenty of power to run 3VR’s award-winning analytics.
• 4000-series: With support for RAID and JBOD configurations, and up to 32 analog and 48 IP cameras, this rackmount workhorse is designed for medium-sized installations.
• 5000-series: The 5000/5500-series supports up to 48 analog and 128 IP cameras, RAID and JBOD configurations, in a highly reliable rackmount solution. When used with the 3VR VisionPoint Enterprise Server or Enterprise Appliance, all 3VR NVRs and hybrid NVRs can interconnect to one another, even to VisionPoint VMS installed on third-party appliances. When VisionPoint Mobile is used, video can also be viewed and searched through a smartphone or tablet across the enterprise.
3VR, the video intelligence company, enables organizations to search, mine and leverage video to bolster security, identify and mitigate fraud, and better serve customers.
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