Video management system (VMS) Wisenet Wave has been integrated into BCDVideo servers. To be offered preinstalled is minimizes installation time and ensuring its reliability, performance and compatibility.
"This collaboration offers the maximum performance in an IP-surveillance solution turnkey. The current security projects require the most advanced technology, and Hanwha Wisenet Wave meets this requirement", explains Gary Sykes, Territory Manager, UK and Ireland – BCDVideo
VMS Wisenet Wave servers use the new BCDVideo Apollo and Neptune ranges with Dell EMC platforms. Both feature Intel Xeon processors, dual RAID options, redundant power supply and remote secure management system around the world.
"BCDVideo servers are specifically designed for the processing and storage of video, allowing users to take advantage of our VMS Wisenet Wave. Although it is possible to run it on the servers of almost any manufacturer, with minimum specifications, When this VMS is pre-installed it minimizes installation time and ensuring the highest level of reliability, performance and compatibility", comenta Tim Biddulph, Head of Product & Solutions of Hanwha Techwin Europe.
Each server with pre-installed Wisenet Wave has quad-core high-performance Intel processors to ensure fast processing, powerful and reliable mission critical applications video.
Launched in January this year, Wisenet Wave makes it easy to show up to 64 screen high-definition video streams. Thanks to the auto-discovery feature, You can address and configure connected cameras and a wide range of third party IP devices.
An intuitive 'drag and drop' type tool facilitates the configuration of an images live and recorded on a single monitor or video wall display, with customizable displays sizes and configurations.
This VM includes a virtual PTZ to, with a single click of the mouse, It allows traders to zoom in and out images to see close-ups of suspicious activities. Motion detection and video analytics functions can be configured to produce alerts when there are user-defined incidents.
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