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Hybrid DVR and NVR products available from ApexCCTV

ApexCCTV : 28 September, 2009  (New Product)
By partnering with AverMedia, ApexCCTV is now able to offer a wider range of IP surveillance equipment including analogue/IP recording systems for hybrid installations
ApexCCTV has partnered with AVerMedia, a provider of IP Surveillance equipment, to provide its customer with world class IP based surveillance solutions at highly competitive pricing. ApexCCTV will soon be carrying all AVerMedia products in stock and ready to ship, including their Video Capture Cards, Digital Video Recorders, and their famous Hybrid Anallog/IP Recording Solutions.

Effective immediately, ApexCCTV has the capability to provide world-class hybrid surviellance solutions to distribution channels, resellers, integrators, and installers at greatly reduced pricing. The Allen, TX company's focus on best-in-class pre-sales engineering and post-installation support make this relationship a perfect fit.

Security and surveillance are becoming increasingly important in a modern world. Video surveillance has seen steady growth in the last ten years, and while the market is still dominated by analog video solutions, IP based solutions are quickly making ground.

This is why AVerMedia's Hybrid DVR/NVR solutions are ideal. With the company's focus on integrating the ability to record IP cameras into all of its new recording prodcuts, they are creating an easy and cost-effective transition for many exisint surveillance customers into the IP camera market.

Hybrid DVR/NVR solutions have physical connections for up to 16 cameras. However, any of those physical connections can be substituted for a network connection to an IP camera, allowing owners of existing analog systems to integrate newer and better IP based technology a little at a time, avoiding a huge up front cost, and giving extra image quality and resolution where it is needed most.

Networking technology allows IP camera systems to be integrated with existing infrastructure, which is much less expensive then installing additional analog cameras.
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