Lenovo has announced the availability of a new line of high-performance network video recorders (NVRs) with expanded video surveillance capabilities in capturing, sharing and storing digital video surveillance files. The new Lenovo EMC NVRs – created by LenovoEMC, a joint venture between Lenovo and EMC that features the former Iomega network storage business – are ideal for businesses who are looking for an easy way to setup and install a reliable IP-based surveillance solution and those participating in the ongoing industry upgrade from analogue-based surveillance systems.
The new Lenovo EMC NVRs feature Milestone Arcus, the newest and Linux-based video management software (VMS) from Milestone.
There are three models in the new Lenovo EMC NVR product family – all featuring some of the industry’s most robust and reliable server-class SATA hard disks: the double-drive Lenovo EMC px2-300d NVR with Milestone Arcus, which includes 4 TB of storage and 4 camera licences; and two versions of the new four-drive Lenovo EMC px4-300d NVR with Milestone Arcus, one with 4 TB and 8 camera licences and one with 8 TB and 16 camera licences. Each model also comes with a free one-year software update plan, enabling users to receive the latest feature updates and releases from Milestone.
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