VoIPon Solutions are pleased to announce that Grandstream have launched a new innovative Network Video Recorder (NVR) the Grandstream  GVR3550.

The Grandstream GVR3550 NVR is ideal for small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs), retail stores, apartment buildings and hospitality markets and  supports quick and easy installation thanks to its auto-discovery of IP cameras and a comprehensive suite of advanced video/audio recording, monitoring, search, retrieval, and centralized camera control features.

Grandstream’s ONVIF compliant GVR3550 offers concurrent video recording and storage management for up to 24 720p HD cameras with a large storage capacity of up to 16TB and up to 4 hard drives using either RAID 0 or RAID 1 setting (hard drives not included in the base system package). The GVR3550 NVR can automatically discover, control, capture, record and play back high-resolution streaming video from the entire family of megapixel Grandstream IP Video Cameras and IP Video Encoders and Decoders, as well as other 3 rd party ONVIF-compliant IP cameras.

We are very excited to announce the GVR3550 that offers an extremely compelling video management solution to the security surveillance market,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “With the official release of the GVR3550, Grandstream now has a complete security solution offering consisting of an advanced central video management/storage system and a number of competitive IP video cameras for various indoor/outdoor deployment scenarios. The native integration of open standard SIP based VoIP technology in all of Grandstream’s surveillance products offers significant extra benefits for customers who also deploy VoIP solutions for their communication needs.”

Key Feature Highlights

  • Large storage capacity – up to 16TB and 4 hard drives (click here for list of compatible hard drives)
  • Video recording capability – up to 24 (RAID 0) or 16 (RAID 1) 720p HD camera recording
  • Fully customizable recording control (manual, event triggered, scheduled or continuous)
  • Auto discovery, display, control, and recording of ONVIF compliant IP cameras such as Grandstream’s GXV36xx series cameras
  • Simultaneous live video feed viewing of up to 16 cameras at VGA resolution
  • HDMI and VGA outputs for viewing on a connected TV or computer monitor
  • Built-in USB ports for connection of 3rd party USB mouse and keyboard
  • Advanced alerts and notifications from cameras to GVR3550 interface
  • Notifications via video calls to IP video phone or smartphone, voice call alerts or email screenshot

This webinar happened on 4th December 2014

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