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IndigoVision launches a new range of NVRs
March 2017, Products, CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, IT infrastructure

IndigoVision announced the launch of a new range of network video recorders (NVRs). At 3 Gbps, IndigoVision achieves twice the data recording rate of rivals, enabling the system to store up to 1.5 PB in a single NVR. IndigoVision has also introduced SMART.guard technology, offering cyber security, redundancy and resilience.

IndigoVision’s NVRs have been designed and injected with distributed network architecture (DNA) to allow you to easily expand your system. SMART.guard introduces five layers of security to protect your data. Cyber security, Digital Watermarking, NVR Failover, RAID resilience and Fault Monitoring.

The Large Enterprise NVR-AS 4000s can record up to 600 security cameras per NVR, have a massive 3 Gbps of throughput and up to 1.5 PB of storage. The Compact NVR-AS 4000s are perfect for sites with up to 20 cameras and ideal for distributed multi-site recording. It offers storage options of 1 TB, 3 TB and 4 TB.

All NVRs are plug and play ready and come with IndigoVision’s flexible system design that allows you to mix and match to build a solution that is perfect for your needs, regardless of the system size.

For more information contact IndigoVision, +44 131 475 7200, press@indigovision.com, www.indigovision.com


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