Visit us at Stand 3-703C, Hall 3 from January 15 to 17, 2012 at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre
Taipei, Taiwan, December 22, 2011 – QNAP® Security will demonstrate its latest Linux-based NVR solutions at Intersec 2012, the largest exhibition for security and safety in Middle East. Visitors can find the complete range of QNAP solutions, from basic NVRs for small businesses to enterprise-grade storage platforms.
"The Middle East is a promising market for surveillance," said QNAP Security Account Manager Alvin Wu. "Intersec Dubai gives us a great opportunity to demonstrate how QNAP VioStor NVRs can help protect visitors."
Secure Your Enterprise
Capture HD video with robust and reliable storage from QNAP Security. The 48-channel VS-8148 Pro+ provides real-time audio-video monitoring, simultaneous playback of multiple network cameras and megapixel recording at up to 10-megapixel resolution. Store up to 24 TB of footage, or 3 TB per hard drive, with hot-swappable RAID for data redundancy. The VS-8148 Pro+ supports H.264, MxPEG, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG recording from up to 48 network cameras.
Setup can be completed in six easy steps through Internet Explorer, without installing additional software. Even without a PC, security managers can set up video equipment quickly through any HDMI or VGA display.
Protect Your Home and Business
The VS-2012 Pro NVR is a two-bay network surveillance system suited for SMB and residential applications. Powered by a dual-core Intel© Atom™ processor and 1 GB memory, the VioStor NVR can record from multiple network cameras or video servers at up to 10-megapixel resolution. The Linux-based solution supports quick setup without a PC to monitor cameras across the network. Video playback is supported with a VGA connector for displays, along with multiple ports for USB keyboards and mice.
Intersec trade fair and conference has played a major role in the last 14 years in reflecting the security industry worldwide. The exhibition and conference combines a strong international profile, with a huge regional impact.
Intersec 2012 will showcase the latest technologies and apparatus in commercial security, aviation, homeland security and policing, fire and rescue, and safety and health.
QNAP Security, the world's first Linux-embedded NVR developer has implemented its award winning storage and RAID technologies to offer its most innovative local display standalone NVR. The system not only ensures remarkable stability on remote monitoring, recording, and surveillance tasks under diverse environments but also renders great simplicity. In addition, the QNAP solution allows users to choose suitable network cameras for various situations instead of being restricted to the resolution of traditional CCTV. For more information about VioStor NVRs, please visit www.qnapsecurity.com