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Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, N.Y., introduces the H264-16CH-ENCDR, a 16-channel H.264 encoder that allows for the use of analog cameras side-by-side with IP models within a video management system (VMS)…


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Vicon Industries of Hauppauge, N.Y., introduces the H264-16CH-ENCDR, a 16-channel H.264 encoder that allows for the use of analog cameras side-by-side with IP models within a video management system (VMS) network. SSI Staff · July 21, 2013

Communication Networks (ComNet) of Danbury, Conn., introduces the CNVETX1video encoder/decoder designed for those applications where temperature extremes, vibration, shock, voltage transients and humidity with condensation are present. SSI Staff · July 08, 2013

Sensoray of Tigard, Ore., releases the PCI Express model 819, a 16-channel, H.264 encoder. SSI Staff · October 14, 2012

Sensoray of Tigard, Ore., releases the PCI Express model 819, a 16-channel, H.264 encoder. SSI Staff · October 14, 2012

AMAG Technology of Torrance, Calif., introduces the Symmetry visualizer encoder family. SSI Staff · May 22, 2012

Plustek Inc. of Sante Fe Springs, Calif., releases the VS 540i dual stream video server, which simultaneously supports four analog cameras. SSI Staff · February 09, 2012

Vicon Industries Inc. of Hauppauge, N.Y., releases two H.264 network encoders, a 4-channel and 16-channel model, that convert analog camera inputs (both NTSC/EIA and PAL/CCIR) into streamed IP video data. SSI Staff · October 02, 2011

Moxa of Brea, Calif., unveils the VPort 364 series, a four-channel industrial video encoder. SSI Staff · April 04, 2011

Danbury, Conn.-based ComNet Communication Networks introduces ComWorx, a high capacity managed Ethernet switch. The environmentally hardened product provides a high port density in a compact package, according to the company. It also provides Power over Ethernet (PoE) to peripheral devices such as IP cameras and video encoders. SSI Staff · January 07, 2010

Verint Systems Inc. of Melville, N.Y., made additions to its family of multiport encoders, along with the release of its patent-protected Nextiva enterprise video management software. The integrated solutions are designed to deliver a flexible and scalable IP video management platform. SSI Staff · October 11, 2009


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