The Cisco Video Surveillance Encoding Server encodes, distributes, manages, and archives video from IP cameras and analog to IP encoders. Ideal for analog system retrofits, the Encoding Server delivers:
Support for up to 64 channels and up to 9 terabytes of storage
Scalability as part of a larger system when requirements increase over time
Cisco Video Surveillance Encoding Server features include:
Flexibility to use a broad array of analog cameras and IP cameras
Simultaneous MJPEG and MPEG-4 encoding
Low-latency video with high-quality images
CIF, 2CIF, and 4CIF, up to 30 fps
PTZ and alarm inputs
Scalable deployment with multiple sites, cameras, users, and storage
Archives at different frame rate, duration, and location
Efficient redundant multi-site archiving that conserves bandwidth
Loop- and event-tagged video recording and event export (video clip) capabilities
Ability to connect to external storage
Cisco Video Surveillance Encoding Server has the following specifications:
Intel Dual-Core Pentium 4
3U rack unit
1 GB RAM
Up to 12 TB internal storage
10/100 or dual Gigabit Ethernet interface
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) Version 9 Service Pack 3 or SLES Version 10
PC Specifications for Viewing Video are:
3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4
1 GB RAM
10/100 Ethernet adaptor
Windows XP and Internet Explorer 6 or 7
nVidia or ATI AGP graphics adaptor with 128 MB RAM
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