Linux NVR allows centralised control

Posted On 02 Nov 2016
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surveonnvrnov16Surveon Technology has announced that the Linux-based NVR2104 has been added to the existing Window-based storage subsystem NVR2100 Series. Supporting up to 64 channels of 5MP recording and RAID subsystem with 12-bay or 16-bay hot-swappable HDDs, NVR2104 is a solution for remote recording as the storage subsystem could be located on a separate site from the server so as to easily receive recordings from multiple servers. This server-storage subsystem structure provides not only the convenience to arrange surveillance system for different sites, but also efficiency to centralise the video management for mission-critical projects like banking, casino or companies with branch offices.

The Surveon NVR2104 is capable of extend the capacity up to 240 HDDs via local SAS storage and iSCSI storage on the remote site for longer video retention periods. The independent storage subsystem allows recording from multiple NVRs simultaneously, giving security staff a centralised control to manage surveillance videos. NVR2104 also comes with the SANwatch storage monitoring suite which helps the user manage and monitor the status of the storage, ensuring the availability of recorded video.

Casper Wu, Product Marketing Manager at Surveon Technology says: “NVR2104 provides the flexibility to manage all videos on the central site while the recordings are done remotely, reducing the risk of data loss or damaged unexpectedly.”

Available with 2U 12-bay or 3U 16-bay Surveon enterprise VMS, NVR2104’s initial shipment is scheduled at the end of November.