IP Products

Network appliance

by Mark Rowe

Genetec, the Canadian IP security product company, has announced the SV-32, the latest offering in its network security appliances.

The company says that it’s for customers that require a small size Network Video Recorder (NVR) as in retail and banking. The product will be able to support up to 32 cameras, and will offer local viewing and recording. The network security appliance is expected to be available in late spring 2014 to channel partners and customers in the Americas, Australia, Europe and select countries in Asia. The product will be unveiled at ISC West 2014 (Sands Expo & Convention Center, Las Vegas – Booth #23027). For more information visit: http://www.genetec.com/solutions/all-products/omnicast/sv-32

Powered by Genetec Security Center, the SV-32 will come with pre-installed software, verified hardware configurations, and a new intuitive Installer Assistant tool. That new tool, tool will provide automatic discovery and enrolment of cameras and video devices on the network, while allowing an installer to select and configure desired camera settings, recording modes and schedules in Security Center.

Francis Lachance, Director of Product Management at Genetec, said: “With the ability to manage video monitoring and recording locally, the SV-32 will provide customers with a simple, turnkey solution to facilitate the replacement of their DVRs and migrate to an IP system. Customers will benefit from the Security Center platform, giving them the ability to monitor multiple sites and work with an intuitive user interface that enables operators to rapidly respond to incidents, and access to powerful search and reporting tools to help accelerate their investigations.”

Customers will be able to choose from a range of HD and megapixel cameras, besides video encoders to use analogue hardware to cut the cost of turning to a fully network-based system.

For users requiring a system that spans multiple sites, the SV-32 network security appliance can be installed in distributed locations and monitored centrally using the Genetec Federation. That allows customers to deploy the SV-32 in multiple independent sites, while extending monitoring capabilities to other locations and operators, helping to centralise surveillance as part of a single virtual system. A user will be able to synchronise cameras and related events and alarms between sites in real time, with no manual intervention required, while still retaining the local autonomy of a site for their own monitoring. Visit: www.genetec.com

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