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Linux-based hybrid video server supports 40 channels

Jul 28, 2010, 18:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Exacq Technologies is shipping a line of Linux-based hybrid video surveillance appliances with Intel Atom processors. The ExacqVision EL-S systems offer eight or 16 analog inputs and up to 24 IP inputs, allowing creation of systems with up to 40 channels overall, says the company.

"The ExacqVision EL-S is the second generation of the company's "EL" servers, which were released last year, says Exacq. The hybrid video surveillance recorder run the same VMS (video management system) software used with all ExacqVision servers, says the company.

"The server device is said to handle any combination of analog and IP cameras from leading vendors. These include standard-resolution cameras, as well as ten-megapixel cameras and H.264-based IP cameras, says Exacq."

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