DNF Security, Dynamic Network Factory’s mission critical IP Surveillance business unit, today announced a technology partnership with NUUO, Inc., a leading developer of hybrid video management software and hardware solutions, to create an integrated hybrid video management platform. As a result of the agreement, DNF’s new Falcon Hybrid N will integrate NUUO software, allowing security administrators to manage multiple analog and IP cameras from one system.
The Falcon Hybrid N video management solution, with up to eight terabytes of storage, supports real time D1 resolution (720 x 480) recording on up to 64 channels. The Hybrid N integrates advanced video management software, with optional NUUO Central Management System (CMS) with advanced alarm management, for simple management of multiple video servers in different location.
“With the ability to manage analog and IP cameras simultaneously from a single platform, our Falcon systems offer the best of both worlds in enterprise-class surveillance,” said Mo Tahmasebi, CEO for DNF Security. “Partnering with NUUO underscores our dedication to providing security professionals with high performance video management solutions, and the flexibility to support a wide range of analog cameras, while reaping the benefits of IP.”
According to Amoson Hsu, product manager for NUUO, Inc., the partnership creates an ideal management platform that simplifies the transition into IP surveillance. “The advantages of IP surveillance are well known, but organizations don’t want to scrap their entire analog camera infrastructure for IP. Instead, companies are converting gradually to an IP-based surveillance system as they grow, or as the analog camera reaches the EOL,” said Hsu. “With our hybrid solution, organizations will be able to modernize existing analog investments into a centralized digital solution.” The Falcon Hybrid N is an example of our commitment to open-architecture solutions and providing the best open-architecture video management solutions to the market.”
Available in rackmount or tower chassis, the new Falcons feature 64-bit quad-core processors and 2GB of high speed video cache. The simple to use and easy to install Falcon Hybrid N Series platform is now available through each company’s nationwide reseller network. The Falcon Hybrid N starts at $4,310 for a system with integrated video card, and 2TB of storage capacity.