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Toshiba NVR Brings Versatility, Quality and Value to Megapixel Camera Recording
Toshiba Surveillance & IP Network Video 2009/5/27

Toshiba Surveillance & IP Network Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, announced the availability of its next generation of Internet-based NVR. With a feature-set highlighted by a space-saving 3U chassis and support for 32 network cameras, the new Toshiba IPS Series makes it amazingly simple to create a networked video surveillance environment by delivering the ease-of-use and reliability.

Toshiba Surveillance & IP Network Video, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, announced the availability of its next generation of Internet-based NVR. With a feature-set highlighted by a space-saving 3U chassis and support for 32 network cameras, the new Toshiba IPS Series makes it amazingly simple to create a networked video surveillance environment by delivering the ease-of-use and reliability.


Toshiba IPS Series NVRs are fully compatible with Toshiba network cameras and third-party solutions. Cameras are recorded at their encoded resolution, including super high-resolution megapixel cameras, without degradation in video quality. On-board software provides security administrators with simultaneous recording, playback and remote streaming of live video images retrievable on their remote or local PC, along with comprehensive search capabilities of archives. Microsoft Windows XP is embedded as the operating system.


To save space for other critical peripherals Toshiba IPS Series NVRs feature a black 3U chassis that mounts into any standard rack. In addition to a 32-channel version, IPR Series NVRs are available in 16- and 8-channel versions with optional 500 GB, 1TB or 2TB hard-drive storage. Equipped with the Intel Core 2 Quad 2 GHz processor, IPS NVRs handle multiple megapixel cameras simultaneously, enabling the crystal-clear recording of these bandwidth-demanding devices.

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