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Exacq unveils exacqVision EL hybrid video surveillance server

Published by Dan on July 17, 2009 1:06 PM

Exacq Technologies has released a new hybrid video recording server that supports both analog and IP cameras. The exacqVision EL is a low-cost stand-alone surveillance system that allows users to utilize their existing analog surveillance infrastructure while incorporating new IP network cameras. In this way, it's a true hybrid surveillance solution.

The server uses Exacq VMS (video management system) software packaged in a compact, energy-efficient chassis. For added reliability it runs on an embedded Linux operating system. The exacqVision EL uses significantly less power than traditional IP video servers, thanks to its thermally optimized chassis, and efficient Intel Atom processor.

The EL server provides 16 analog inputs and up to 24 network camera inputs for as many as 40 surveillance cameras per server. It's also easily scalable with other exacqVision servers. Users can run single-server systems, or expand for large-scale solutions spread across a network. Free client software makes it easy to administrate the system and view live and recorded video footage.

The included video management software integrates with IP network cameras and supports new technologies such as H.264 compression, megapixel resolution, video analytics, and network PTZ. The VMS software also allows for integration with access control systems, loss prevention software, and iSCSI storage devices.

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