Seneca xVault xNVR100 Powered by OnSSI Optimized for Ocularis PS
Integrated video surveillance solution available in IP and hybrid configurations.
Seneca has introduced the xVault xNVR100 OnSSI video surveillance solution, which combines the Seneca xVault xNVR100 (Network Video Recorder) and OnSSI’s flagship Ocularis PS VMS software.
This platform was designed for single site surveillance or distribution across multiple remote sites. Available in IP and hybrid configurations, it provides video recording, client viewing and mobile viewing in a single solution to reduce complexity and total cost of ownership.
“Seneca makes it easy for security integrators to deploy IP technology while giving their analog customers a migration path to bridge the gap into IP technology,” says Ron VanTassel, Market Development Manager for Seneca. “The xVault xNVR100, performance optimized and pre-loaded with OnSSI Ocularis PS software, provides a turnkey solution ideal for up to 26 camera deployments.”
This product features the ability to manage video received from cameras connected to multiple recording servers with central management servers; scalable hardware and software to reduce costs and tailor to the specific project; flexible archiving with multiple archiving instances per day to local storage devices; and an optimized hardware solution designed for OnSSI Ocularis PS software platform.
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