Anaheim, CA, March 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Increasing IP connectivity and emergence of modern network technologies are changing the face of digital video surveillance.
This year, studies show that network/IP-enabled digital video recorders will be the next BIG THING (total world IP market is expected to reach $4,200 million in 2012), even if traditional analog-based platforms may still dominate the security market. The need for scalability and efficiency will usher in network/IP-enabled DVRs in the market. Right now, several component manufacturers, hardware and software vendors and integrated solution providers across the supply chain are geared up for the transition to IP surveillance.
In line with the above, Neugent is launching this March the all-powerful Linux-based Hybrid Digital Video Recorders.
Neugent's Hybrid DVRs offer real-time high quality live display and recording of up to 16 IP and 16 analog video channels. Now, you can hook IP cameras directly to your network and reduce your expensive cabling requirements! Fact is, adding an IP camera is as easy as adding a PC, making IP video the clear choice for applications that require multiple remote cameras and locations. Since most corporations have existing networks, network/IP-enabled DVRs will become easier to install. Ergo, total cost of ownership is reduced.
Indeed, IP video reduces total cost of ownership as compared to legacy CCTV or analog video surveillance, but acquiring IP cameras is not enough. Ordinary softwares bundled with IP cameras have limited capabilities. With IP-ready DVRs like Neugent's Hybrid DVRs, you get all the functions that you need! Neugent's Hybrid DVRs will also offer PTZ control on UI, eMAP with live display, sensor and relay integration, and alarm notifications by email or SMS to name a few.
Built on the royalty-free Linux platform, Neugent's all-new Hybrid DVRs are perfect solutions for customers of today's digital world.