COPPELL, Texas — IDIS, a South Korean-based developer of video technologies, has enhanced its range of enterprise-class network video recorders (NVR) with the launch of a powerful new 64-channel model: the DR-8564.
The NDAA-compliant 4K recorder delivers high transmission speeds and high levels of quality using the latest Intel chipset technology. The new DR-8564 NVR provides an incoming throughput of 540Mbps and up to 1920ips UHD real-time recording.
IDIS also points out the DR-8564 utilizes Intelligent Codec to reduce bandwidth and storage requirements, and it also gives users the assurance of RAID 1, 5 and 10, as well as redundant power.
“The IDIS DR-8564 is set to be one of our most robust recording solutions yet. The latest Intel chipset technology enables the DR-8564 to deliver unmatched transmission speed and quality, while extended warranties, industry-leading low hard drive failures, and DirectIP plug-and-play installation with an extensive range of cameras guarantees a low total cost of ownership,” states Andrew Myung, president, IDIS America.
Feature-Laden DR-8564 64-Channel NVR Complements a Range of Installations
IDIS boasts that its latest NVR delivers outstanding recording and simultaneous live view capabilities with no visible latency, and the IDIS DR-8564 offers enterprise-level performance, inherent cybersecurity, and critical redundancy, while reducing cost and complexity.
According to the company, the NVR leverages the power of IDIS DirectIP and FEN (For Every Network) technology, and it benefits from simple plug-and-play installation and rapid one-click configuration for multi-site deployments, as well as support for ONVIF third-party camera integration.
IDIS adds the DR-8564 Enterprise series 64-channel NVR complements a range of mid-to-large sized applications. IDIS also notes the 64-channel recorder comes with the assurance of strengthened cybersecurity combining TLS with IDIS’s proprietary protocols, as well as plug-and-play mutual device authentication, and two-factor authentication.
Moreover, the NVR offers IDIS iBank, a specialist database structure and Chained Fingerprint to ensure the integrity of recorded footage for use as forensic evidence.