Pelco's latest version of the Endura IP video surveillance system (v2.1) now includes support for IQinVision's expanding line of H.264 cameras.
September 22, 2009
The new co-branded cameras combine Pelco's imaging technology with Cisco's IP networking expertise. These cameras are currently projected to be available at the end of 2009.
September 21, 2009
While bandwidth is widening, larger video systems and more advanced megapixel cameras are continuing to push the throughput limits of network piping. Fortunately, new compression methods such as H.264 are available to help keep surveillance data flowing.
By Bob Wimmer · June 25, 2009
NUUO Inc. of Taiwan releases its H.264 D1 real-time recording DVR cards. The product features recording at D1 resolution with 30 frames per second and H.264 format support that reduces the data size by 50 percent comparing to MPEG-4, according to the company.
SSI Staff · June 18, 2009
Arecont Vision has launched a Channel Partner certification program to instruct and certify system integrators, distributors, architects and engineers in the development of megapixel video surveillance solutions.
June 03, 2009
Raul Calderon, vice president of strategic relations for Glendale, Calif.-based Arecont Vision, a supplier of megapixel cameras that utilize H.264, discusses the technology.
May 31, 2009
Tampa Bay Downs, one of the country's longest-running thoroughbred racetracks, has installed Axis Communications' video encoders to enhance surveillance in its poker room.
May 28, 2009
Axis Communications of Chelmsford, Mass., introduces a network camera with true HDTV performance in compliance with the SMPTE standard in resolution, color representation and frame rate. The AXIS Q1755 network camera provides crisp and clear images at full frame rate.
SSI Staff · May 20, 2009
A collaborative effort has been formed between Arecont Vision and Genius Vision Digital Inc. (GVD) to establish interoperability between Arecont's H.264 megapixel cameras and GVD's M630-1000 Enterprise Level HD NVR platform.
May 14, 2009
Chelmsford, Mass.-based Axis Communications' four-channel standalone video encoder has H.264 video compression to reduce bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising image quality. The video encoder integrates four analog CCTV cameras into an IP-based video surveillance system.
SSI Staff · April 15, 2009