QNAP Users can Seamlessly Integrate Grandstream’s Award-Winning IP Cameras with QNAP NVRs, while Grandstream Users Can Add QNAP NVRs to create a Comprehensive Recording Solution

Grandstream Networks have announced they have completed successful interoperability testing between QNAP’s family of NVRs and Grandstream’s IP Cameras and IP Encoders/Decoders. This certification allows QNAP users to seamlessly deploy and integrate Grandstream IP Surveillance products with QNAP’s NVRs for recording and monitoring, while Grandstream users can utilize QNAP’s NVRs to create an all-in-one recording solution.

Businesses of all sizes that are utilizing or looking to utilize IP Video Surveillance not only need powerful IP cameras that can monitor and record all happenings in high-quality high-definition video, but they also need a comprehensive NVR that allows them to record, monitor and those store video streams,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “The partnership between Grandstream and QNAP offers surveillance users across-the-globe a robust, cost-effective and end-to-end IP Video Surveillance solution that offers comprehensive tools to keep businesses of all sizes safe and secure.

QNAP Security is the world’s first Linux-embedded NVR developer that has leveraged its award-winning storage and RAID technologies to offer the reliable and high performance NVR (VioStor NVR). Powered by the Intel ® dual-core processor, the VioStor NVR delivers high performance and ensures stable recordings and smooth playbacks of multiple cameras. The VioStar NVR is available in a wide range of models designed for Enterprises, SMBs and small-office/home offices. QNAP NVRs feature robust performance, solid reliability, multi-stream support, smart recording, cross-browser and cross-platform support and high-definition local display. QNAP Security’s spirit of continuous innovation allows them to provide professional surveillance solutions with various market-fresh applications, such as HD local display, browser-based multi-server remote monitoring and Intelligent Video Analytics (IVA).

Grandstream’s award-winning GXV36xx series of IP video surveillance cameras include model types for indoor use and outdoor use that feature high definition video recording and playback. Various models also include infrared lights or other features to achieve superior video quality in low light. With features like multi-rate H.264 and MJPEG real-time video compression (up to HD1080p), integrated 2-way audio telephony features, day/night mode, advanced mega-pixel CMOS sensor with wide dynamic range, integrated PoE and HTTP API for easy integration, Grandstream cameras embrace total convergence of voice and video to maximize business applications and cost benefits. For a unified audio + video + surveillance solution, Grandstream’s entire family of IP video cameras are capable of 2-way, bi-directional SIP/VoIP audio and real-time video streaming capabilities to mobile phones and video phones anywhere in the world.

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