NVR devices offer unparalleled performance, features and capacity
Thecus is proud to announce a completely new lineup of Thecus Networked Video Recording (NVR) systems. Engineered to deliver lightning-quick performance, robust features and massive storage capacity, Thecus NVR systems are the number one choice for users who require a powerful yet flexible video recording and surveillance solution.
Thecus NVR solutions are actually multiple devices in one: a network video recorder, a real-time monitoring system, and a networked storage unit. Available in desktop and rackmount form factors, businesses have the flexibility to choose the configuration they require to meet their specific needs. Each Thecus NVR device has the ability to work with multiple cameras at once, enabling organizations to monitor multiple locations with a single system. In addition to this, Thecus’ new NVR solutions feature real-time monitoring and recording as well as support for multiple video file formats, ensuring maximum security and surveillance effectiveness.
Being of Thecus pedigree, the storage capabilities of Thecus NVR solutions are naturally second-to-none. All units are equipped with multiple SATA hard disk bays, granting massive storage capacity to handle hours upon hours of professional-quality video footage. Selective RAID modes come standard, and help to safeguard stored video content at all times. And to provide users with the absolute best software interface available, Thecus NVR solutions will come bundled with NETAVIS Observer surveillance software for an unbeatable combination of best-of-breed hardware and state-of-the-art software.
“With some of the most advanced network storage solutions already on the market, many customers have expressed their desire for a Thecus NVR solution to appear,” said Florence Shih, Thecus Technology General Manager. “With today’s announcement, users now have an entire lineup of NVR devices engineered with Thecus® performance, quality and functionality.”
For more information on Thecus NVR Solutions, check out: http://www.thecus.com