While Axis is best known for its cameras, it does provide NVR software (with limited functionalities). Axis recently released a new version of this software, version 3.0, of its "Camera Station."
Some may be surprised that Axis even offers NVR software. I was certainly surprised to read that it has been deployed at 20,000 installations.
View our test results of Axis's Camera Station.
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