Dedicated Micros News Release
09.19.11 - DM Network Video Introduces New, Differentiated Cloud NVR
Chantilly, VA, September 19, 2011 -- DM Network Video - part of the AD Group of Companies – introduces its “Cloud NVR” on Booth #3417 at ASIS 2011 – to provide differentiated IP video benefits to the end user.
Building on it's core expertise – spanning four decades – in the development of specialized video products designed for security applications, DM Network Video's Cloud NVR provides a fail-safe, secure IP video camera architecture which is free of a single point of failure. The “Cloud” contains a hardened “Closed IPTV” management layer which protects the IP video system from intrusion, through the implementation of trusted end points – essential in retail and banking applications or in fact any application where the Corporate network is utilized as part of the security system.
This fail-safe architecture is constructed around the CamVu ICR (Integrated Camera Recording) IP cameras which contain recording to both USB storage and remote HDD storage simultaneously, combined with full enterprise server capability and analytics at the edge. The Network and Storage controller delivers the Closed IPTV hardened IP management layer combined with a managed gateway to near side USB/eSATA storage and iSCSI devices over the network. This robust architecture allows the storage on site become purely solid state and therefore free from electromechanical failure. Back up, archiving and storage to HDDs can be managed, with redundancy, either on site or off site, to reduce the risk of downtime, and enable “Cloud” access securely from any authorized location.
High performance video management and re-display solutions include the NetVu ObserVer IP video management client and AMS archive management system – which enables the rapid retrieval of video from any NetVu Connected device spread over a large scale deployment of thousands of cameras - both of which work across Windows, Mac, Linux and Sparc operating systems, and also the Pick-a-Point embedded VMS solution;
DM Network Video's transcoding capability, creates low bit rate, bandwidth friendly streams - without affecting the original recorded image quality or resolution - to be pushed to mobile devices without any interruption to the stream; the new Android application extends the portfolio of mobile and alternative viewing platforms.
Comments Pauline Norstrom, Vice President Dedicated Micros Inc. “ In a market where video surveillance users are looking for IP video solutions which provide a tangible return on investment, differentiation is absolutely key to ensure the full capability of their system can be utilized. Other, generic, one size fits all solutions do not provide the flexibility users need in order to manage their storage and bandwidth effectively. DM Network Video's solutions solve the problem of network end point security for businesses who cannot move to an integrated IP video solution because their network is a business critical backbone – which if breached, exposes them to significant extra risk and liability – in the case of banking and retail environments.
Whether you are storing company data, backing up your laptop to the “Cloud”, or using a Cloud NVR, it is clear in all these applications that the successful players will be those who optimize their WAN bandwidth and storage growth. NetVu Connected protocols achieve this where simpler and generic RTP based streams will fail to be optimum due to their lack of flexibility”
For more information visit the web site at www.dm-networkvideo.com
Notes to Editors
About Dedicated Micros
Dedicated Micros – part of AD Group - is the world’s leading manufacturer of CCTV solutions for security applications from HD IP cameras to high performance high definition recording, transmission and decoding systems AND its award-winning deterministic hardened Closed IPTV management layer. Fine-tuned by experience spanning four decades in the CCTV industry, globally Dedicated Micros’ equipment now records more than seven million images every second of every day, installed in some of the most prestigious and security conscious locations. The technological developments pioneered by Dedicated Micros have formed many of the building blocks for the success of today’s CCTV industry; the company’s founder Mike Newton being credited with the invention of the first commercially available CCTV video multiplexer. A catalog of prestigious awards also reflects Dedicated Micros commitment to innovation and excellence.
More information on Dedicated Micros is available at www.dedicatedmicrosinc.com.
About DM Network Video
To build on its strong equity in the Dedicated Micros brand, and to avoid any possible risk of confusion in the US market in the future, Anglo Design Holdings PLC (AD Group) will offer its high-quality, innovative IP Video products for fixed, fire detection and mobile installations under the updated DM Network Video brand in the US market. DM Network Video's differentiated IP Video solutions include it's Cloud NVR, high definition IP cameras, multi-platform video management products such as NetVu ObserVer, Archive Management System and FireVu video smoke and flame detection products in addition to the award winning TransVu, mobile digital recording and management system. IP video solutions developed by DM Network Video, go to market through an exclusive group of authorised dealers who are trained and certified to design high quality differentiated IP video systems which deliver an exceptional return on investment to end users.
More information on DM Network Video is available at www.dm-networkvideo.com
About Anglo Design Holdings PLC (AD Group)
AD Group with its headquarters in Warrington, England, was established in 1997, its primary objective being to create and bring to market leading edge CCTV solutions. The pioneering nature of the Group’s products, with the emphasis very much on R&D, has undoubtedly been a critical element in AD’s success to date. The principal shareholder of AD is Mike Newton who founded UK CCTV giant Dedicated Micros in 1982 which ranks No1 globally for high quality multi channel digital video recorders. In 2001 Dedicated Micros became an integral part of AD Group. Since that time all AD companies have been able to take advantage of a shared technology base, offering the potential for flexible CCTV solutions on the ground, in the air and on the move. Members of AD Group include: AD Aerospace, AD Aviation, AD Mobile, AD Network Video (EMEA), ChipWrights, Dedicated Micros, DM Network Video (US), D-Tec, ISD, RemGuard and TSS.
More information on AD Group is available at www.ad-group.co.uk.