Axisí new video encoders
With a comprehensive set of network capabilities, Axis M70 and P72 Video Encoder Series enable migration of analog cameras into a powerful IP-based video surveillance system
June 13, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Axis Communications introduces AXIS M70 and AXIS P72 Video Encoder Series with the market’s most comprehensive set of network capabilities. These products enable cost-effective migration of analog cameras into a powerful IP-based video surveillance system and are ideal for locations such as gas stations, convenience stores and small offices.
“This addition to our broad range of video encoders is a superior alternative to competitive offerings thanks to its price level, flexibility and extensive functionality,” says Erik Frännlid, Director of Product Management. “The new AXIS M70 and AXIS P72 Video Encoder Series make it easy for analog CCTV systems to gain all the benefits of network video without discarding existing analog investments. These benefits enable savings in installation, management and equipment costs, in addition to remote monitoring capabilities, powerful event management and improved scalability.”
The expansion of the existing video encoder portfolio with an additional five new video encoders, ranging from four to 16 channels, delivers all the benefits that customers expect from Axis products. Today, Axis offers a wide-ranging portfolio comprising 16 video encoders, most of them supporting H.264 which is a highly efficient video compression format. AXIS M70 and AXIS P72 Series are ideal for small and medium sized locations, such as gas stations, convenience stores, small offices and retailers.
All video encoders in AXIS M70 and AXIS P72 Series provide dual H.264 and Motion JPEG streams. The support for H.264 offers a video compression format that drastically reduces bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising image quality.
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