Video Servers for IP Convergence
Instead of replacing your analog cameras and coaxial cabling before they've outlived their usefulness, protect your investment with a video server.
Video servers upgrade analog CCTV cameras by integrating them into a high performance IP-based video system. This is done by connecting the analog video camera, via coaxial cable, to the video server and converting the analog signals into a digital video stream which is then sent over a wired or wireless IP-based network (LAN, WLAN or Internet).
Video servers come embedded with intelligent video and event management functions, provide audio capabilities, and with
input/output (IO) ports for connecting and controlling external devices like sensors and alarms your analog CCTV surveillance system can realize the same advantages as IP cameras. Both standalone models and blade versions for rack mounted solutions are available.
Don't wait, future-proof your CCTV system today and make it easily expandable; scale up only one camera at a time if you choose. Instead of using unreliable DVRs or VCRs, use standard network and PC server hardware for video recording/management while gaining the ability to remotely access and control analog cameras over an