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The DVR 670 by Bosch Security Systems of Fairport, N.Y., is a complete video management solution for up to 16 cameras in a single compact unit and provides real-time recording in 4CIF resolution simultaneously on all channels. SSI Staff · August 27, 2012

Clinton Electronics of Loves Park, Ill., unveils its Shadow Series DVR featuring a standalone Linux ASIC system that has been custom designed for digital video recording. SSI Staff · July 04, 2012

Clinton Electronics of Loves Park, Ill., unveils its Shadow Series DVR featuring a standalone Linux ASIC system that has been custom designed for digital video recording. SSI Staff · July 04, 2012

Supercircuits of Austin, Texas, releases the NT1000 Series D1 four-channel network DVR with a three-year warranty. SSI Staff · May 07, 2012

Whether it’s systems integrators or end users, human beings are creatures of habit. This means resistance to change that extends to technology solutions such as video surveillance. Learn the steps you need to make to help yourself and client migrate from analog to IP. By Paul Boucherle · March 08, 2012

American Dynamics of Westford, Mass., part of Tyco Security Products, releases the ADTVR-VS2 and ADTVR-LT DVRs. SSI Staff · February 26, 2012

The EasyDVR by OpenEye of Liberty Lake, Wash., is available in 4-, 8- and 16-channel models. SSI Staff · January 04, 2012

OpenEye of Liberty Lake, Wash., releases the OE3-E480, a 16-channel embedded DVR. SSI Staff · December 14, 2011

The G5 Series of digital video recorders (DVRs) by Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video of Irvine, Calif., employ Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors, which doubles the performance of previous generation recorders, according to the company. SSI Staff · November 13, 2011

Hikvision Digital Technology of City of Industry, Calif., releases the DS-8100HWI-ST series of high definition standalone DVRs, which is capable of accessing analog cameras up to 650TVL. SSI Staff · October 25, 2011




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