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Mayflex To Distribute NVR Equipment from QNAP

Mayflex : 04 October, 2010  (New Product)
Linux based Network Video Recording equipment from QNAP is now available in the UK for use with IP network cameras as part of the Mayflex range of products
Mayflex To Distribute NVR Equipment from QNAP
IP specialist Mayflex has further strengthened its video recording solutions portfolio with the announcement that it is to distribute QNAP Security Linux-based NVRs.

QNAP Security's NVRs are specifically designed to integrate with the functionality of IP/network cameras and provide users with the ability to view in real time, live or recorded video from anywhere in the world via a web based user interface. ACTi Arecont, AXIS, Cisco, LevelOne, Mobotix, Panasonic, Sanyo and Sony are just some of the manufacturers whose IP network cameras are integrated with the QNAP Security's NVRs.

"The nine QNAP Security NVRs which Mayflex are stocking will, I am sure, prove to be very popular with our customers and particularly so for those installers and system integrators looking for a competitively priced, multi-protocol, recording solution for eight to forty channel surveillance projects." Said Chris Lawson, Security Specialist North at Mayflex. "All nine units are easy to deploy, have a small footprint, offer the option of audio recording and offer a comprehensive list of recording features including excellent search facilities."

QNAP Security chose to develop its NVR range based on a Linux-embedded platform because of the stability essential for security applications and because it is less vulnerable to virus attacks or hacking compared to a PC Windows-based system.
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