Published on July 1st, 2015 | by James Chapman0
Grandstream Announces a Mini Network Video Recorder Available Now for Beta Testing
Grandstream is releasing its next new product for beta testing by the Grandstream Beta Club. Grandstream will be opening applications for this product test of a new Grandstream NVR from June 30th to July 14th , 2015. To apply for the Grandstream Beta Club, go to betaclub.grandstream.com.
The Grandstream Beta Club has been busy over the last year testing a wide variety of Grandstream products prior to their official product launch to the market. A few of the current Grandstream products that have gone through testing by the Beta Club include the GXV3240 and GXV3275 Android video phones, the UCM6510 IP PBX, the GVR3550 NVR, Grandstream Wave softphone app, as well as the revolutionary new GVC3200 video conference system. We would like to thank all our dedicated and enthusiastic testers for their participation in our past Beta tests, as well as all those yet to come.
For the newest beta test, the Grandstream Beta Club is looking for IP video surveillance enthusiasts; those who like to experiment with and test new products, and those whose innovative ideas can transform the way IP video surveillance is applied in today’s market. Ideal candidates are those who have extensive experience with IP video surveillance products, including cameras, encoders, decoders, video management software, and recording devices. Those who exhibit a dedicated interest in exploring IP surveillance technology are also invited to apply. The next product being released to the Grandstream Beta Club is a medium capacity network video recorder (NVR). This innovative NVR integrates real-time video recording, storage management, event indexing and searching, as well as local/remote playback for up to 16 HD (720p) IP video cameras simultaneously. The device supports all Grandstream surveillance products as well as all ONVIF compliant IP cameras. A live feed can view up to 16 cameras simultaneously and the NVR can save up to 4TB of video files. Users can connect Grandstream’s NVR to an external computer or TV monitor using the VGA or HDMI output to view recordings, monitor live feeds and adjust settings. The device supports up to 2 SATA 2.5” easily swappable hard drives (without opening the case), and includes 1 Gigabit network port. 30 units of the NVR will be available starting June 30th.
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