This week, IndigoVision has announced a higher performance NVR series - the NVR-AS 3000. The existing series (the 200) is designed to record up to 20 cameras and play back up to 10 simultaneously. By contrast, this new series, can record up to 64 cameras and play back up to 20 simultaneously. Specifically, the system is specified for handling a bit-rate of 64 Mb/s and can handle a combination of IndigoVision's SD, HD, MPEG-4 and H.264 cameras. While pricing has not been finalized, IndigoVision does not expect a price rise compared to the 200.
Additionally, IndigoVision reports that they plan to release ONVIF support for their VMS application, Control Center, in the beginning of 2010. ONVIF support for IndigoVision cameras will follow at a later date TBD.
[Update: ONVIF support is now available for both sides.]
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