QNAP recently released its latest firmware update for VioStor NVRs. Upgrading to version 3.5.1 enables high capacity storage on VS-2008, VS-2004L and VioStor Pro NVRs by adding support for 3TB SATA hard drives.Read More
QNAP is releasing a new version of its VMobile app that enables Android users to reap the benefits of mobile monitoring. With an Android in hand, users can view live footage from numerous cameras and enjoy the convenience of touch screen controls. Options include multi-channel display, sequential video display, alarm notifications and more.Read More
QNAP has announced the release of its first consumer-specific standalone network video recorders. The VioStor VS-2008L and VS-2004L are Linux-embedded for reliable management of video surveillance programs. They are an economical solution for recording up to eight or four cameras respectively.Read More
QNAP announces its ONVIF compliant update from Viostor Network Video Recorder. Firmware version 3.3.1 supports more than 1,000 models of IP cameras and video servers by 38 brands.
This upgrade offers new functions such as auto video snapshot savings, which allows users to specifically time snapshots and save to a designated sever. Another new feature is specific channel remote setting. This enables users of differing management levels to prioritize records, making it easier to quickly pull up the most important footage.
The firmware update enhances settings for local display and live view for Viostar PRO series. It also allows users to control audio and visual PTZ functions through sound cards and joystick USB connections, making it a convenient solution for retail surveillance.
The 3.3.1 update makes set up incredibly easy. Simply plug in a VGA/TV monitor and USB-driven house to view recorded video or monitor live footage.
For more information and to download the firmware version 3.3.1, click here.
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