CBC (Europe) has launched its plug-and-play VSoIP GO, a
low-cost entry-level IP video management system. VSoIP GO is wizard-driven, meaning it will find and work with a range of devices such as Ganz IP cameras, without the need for manual network configuration of them.
Distributed locally by Datanet Infrastructure Group, the product has been designed for applications including small to medium-size retailers, car park surveillance, office reception areas and petrol stations/forecourts. GO provides a one-box IP video solution which can view, record and manage up to 16 IP video channels. It could therefore be a direct IP replacement for single DVR installations, for example.
“CBC recognises that many installers are used to the user-friendly benefits of analogue cameras and can understandably feel a little intimidated by network IP addresses and other information usually required when setting up an IP video system,” says CBC’s CCTV division director, Geoff Bowers. “VSoIP GO removes all that hassle, making the advantages of IP video something they can install without worry. It also means potential new business opportunities from offering customers the operational benefits that IP delivers. This system is a cost-effective way to provide users with next-generation surveillance technology at analogue system prices.”
Bowers explains that VSoIP GO allows users to benefit from HD and Megapixel cameras, which offer higher resolution images from crisper, clearer pictures, plus the ability to replace a number of cameras with just a single Megapixel unit.
VSoIP GO also comes pre-installed with the TeamViewer feature which allows engineers/technicians to remotely connect to a VSoIP GO unit from anywhere in the world. This enables installation and configuration of the device to be supported remotely, without the need to visit the site.
For more information, please visit www.datanet.co.za or call 0861 DATANET.
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