Bosch Advantage cameras now compatible with EMC/Iomega storage
Source: Bosch Security Systems
Following a period of intensive collaboration with Iomega, Bosch Security Systems announces that its Advantage Line cameras are now fully compatible with the manufacturer’s StorCenter range. Iomega, owned by EMC, is a supplier of storage solutions.
The Advantage Line IP Camera 200 Series from Bosch is a range of stand-alone solutions that represent cost-effective, easy-to-operate systems. Ready for use straight out of the box and requiring no special training, the cameras offer professional video surveillance for small to medium applications, such as retail or offices. Now these cameras are fully supported by Iomega recording solutions.
Iomega's StorCenter network storage family is a series of video surveillance storage and management solutions designed to meet the needs of small to medium business and distributed enterprises. They make use of IP cameras and popular VMS for high-capacity, reliable network storage at an affordable price.
“Previously, those customers who only required a few cameras to secure their business, such as convenience stores, gas stations, and boutiques, had to use analog devices as the most cost-effective solution. By working with Iomega, we can deliver attractively priced IP-based surveillance systems that provide more flexibility, better images, and are easy to install and operate,” comments David Lenot, Business Development Manager EMEA at Bosch Security Systems.
As with all the IP products supplied by Bosch, the Advantage Line IP Camera 200 Series is fully compatible with the ONVIF specification for seamless interoperability. This standard was first introduced by a consortium of companies, including founding member Bosch, in 2008 and allows the simple and efficient integration of VMS or storage devices, such as Iomega's StorCenter.
The Advantage Line IP 200 cameras from Bosch are available for indoor and outdoor surveillance with compact housings or discrete domes. The range of options allows customers to choose between standard and HD resolution, wireless, and integrated IR models for day/night use. Both manufacturers, Bosch and Iomega, provide a three-year warranty on their products, which are supplied by numerous distributors worldwide, making this combined solution easy to source for system integrators and installers.