Infinova, a company boasting tools to help security networks transition from the analog to digital realms, has a new A-to-D video server it says lowers bandwidth needs. It will show it at ISC West in Las Vegas March 24-26.
Infinova V2509-M Series
The single-channel V2509 M-Series video server features MPEG-4 and MJPEG dual encoding and provides users with two independently configurable video streams, one for viewing and the other for recording.
“When companies make the leap from an analog to an IP video surveillance system, a major fear of the IT department is that the new digital solution will use up bandwidth, interfering with the company’s present data/information network,” said Mark S. Wilson, Infinova vice president, marketing. “The new V2509 lets our integrators show their customers how they can work with the IT department to alleviate such fears.”
The V2509 server can be flexibly applied in an intelligent video surveillance system since it provides video-synchronized bi-directional communication and intelligent motion detection. It also provides a Web server to let the user watch live video.
The new server is compatible with Infinova’s V2216 VMS, in which already-installed analog equipment, including cameras, control room, video wall and cabling remain untouched while the V2216 software integrates with the present keyboard, sitting on top of the system to manage the IP equipment using the already-installed analog control system. It is also compatible with other popular video management systems.
It has footprint of just 90x100 millimeters.
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