Grandstream Networks, a producer of video surveillance systems, and Logiware, a German-based software company specializing in video surveillance and recording systems, have completed interoperability testing of Grandstream cameras and Logiware’s video management software.
The testing was completed on Grandstream’s GX36xx series internet protocol (IP) cameras and its GXV35xx IP video encoders and the results show that Grandstream IP cameras/encoders can be easily configured and monitored through Logiware software using MJPEG Streaming, the companies say in a written statement.
“The interoperability of Grandstream IP cameras/video encoders with Logiware opens up powerful new surveillance possibilities for our business customers throughout Europe,” said Ralf Wessling, Logiware’s CEO. “We are excited about the features and affordability of Grandstream's products and fully embrace the impact and value adds these cameras and video encoders can bring to our total surveillance solutions offering.”
In addition, "The compatibility of Grandstream IP cameras/video encoders with Logiware is a significant step in giving Logiware customers access to, and confidence in, some of the industry's most affordable and feature-rich IP cameras," said David Li, Grandstream’s CEO.
Grandstream says its line of IP video surveillance solutions deliver “crisp, clear picture quality,” in full compliance with industry standards and broad interoperability with most service providers. To meet the varying application needs of customers for high definition/low light conditions, Grandstream’s products include model types ranging from tube cameras, fixed dome cameras, cube cameras, outdoor cameras and more, the company says.
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