New Dallmeier appliance for up to 100 HD channels

New Dallmeier appliance for up to 100 HD channels

New Dallmeier appliance for up to 100 HD channels

With the IPS 10000 Dallmeier presents a new video appliance for the recording of up to 100 HD video channels

The new Smavia appliance IPS 10000 is based on a high-performance server hardware with multi-core CPU and allows the recording of up to 100 HD video channels in real-time. Best matched components ensure high storage speed. The integrated RAID 6 storage system already provides a high storage capacity and can be expanded by an external RAID 6 JBOD system. Thereby this appliance is the optimal recording system for large video installations, e.g. in stadiums, shopping malls, casinos or convention centres.

Storage
The IPS 10000 has eight easily accessible HDD bays on the front side which can be equipped with the optionally offered 6 TB server hard disk drives. This way a RAID 6 storage capacity of already 36 TB can be achieved. In connection with the external RAID 6 system “Smavia Enterprise JBOD” the capacity can be expanded by additional 60 TB.

Recording and evaluation
The pre-installed recording software “Smavia Recording Server” is designed as an open platform. So besides Dallmeier cameras, and together with the according licenses, 3rd-party IP cameras can also be recorded with motion detection and configured over the ONVIF protocol.

The Smavia Viewing Client is available for the evaluation of the video streams, offering a variety of search and navigation functions. Furthermore, the appliance is factory fitted with the license “SeMSy® Flat”. Thus, it is optimally equipped for the integration into the storage system of a SeMSy® III video management system. The appliance supports the complete SeMSy® III functional range including the convenient evaluation of the recordings on a SeMSy® III workstation.

Mobile access to the video images is also possible via the smartphone app “Dallmeier Mobile Video Center (DMVC)“, that is available both for iOS and Android operating systems.

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