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It supports H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression and is fully compatible with Samsung Centralised Management Software

The annual awards are presented to recognise outstanding government security products in the “DVRs/NVRs” category

Samsung Techwin America has been awarded two 2014 Govies Awards for their SRM-872 and SRN-4000 Network Video Recorders, both of which were honored in the DVR/NVR category. The annual awards are presented by Security Products to recognize outstanding government security products in the “DVRs/NVRs” category.

“Samsung is extremely pleased and proud to have two of our industry-leading NVRs recognized with prestigious Govies Awards,” said Frank De Fina, Samsung's Executive President. “We believe the capabilities and exceptional performance of these new recording solutions further enhance and expand applications for networked video surveillance systems.”

With the smallest footprint available, the SRM-872 is purpose built for mobile surveillance applications. The SRM-872 offers high-quality HD recording with 64 Mbps throughput for up to eight megapixel cameras with a single DIN and a built-in VGA/HDMI output for HD monitor connection and full menu-driven mouse support. It also boasts an impressive feature set, including GPS data recording support, driver status and panic box, remote control, a built-in web server, two-way audio communication, and Smart Viewer software for remote access to the unit. The SRM-872 also offers Wi-Fi, 3/4G cellular and M12 connectivity options for wireless remote access and operation.

The SRM-872 provides 1TB of on-board storage, as well as a Micro SD slot for storing up to 32GB for easy removal and review. It supports H.264 and MJPEG video as well as a wide variety of resolutions ranging from CIF to 3 megapixels. For extra security, the SRM-872 is equipped with a hot-swappable HDD/SDD. With an operating temperature range from -13°F to 122°F (-25°C to 50°C), the SRM-872 provides stability and continuity in extreme hot and cold environments.

The enterprise level Linux-based SRN-4000 NVR can record up to 64 cameras at a record rate of 400Mbps with resolutions ranging from CIF to 5MP. It supports H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG compression and is fully compatible with Samsung Centralised Management Software which enables users from anywhere in the world to access live or recorded video via a PC or mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet.

ONVIF compliant, the NVR provides 36TB of on-board storage with 12 front-accessible hot swap drives as well as RAID 5/6 to help prevent data loss. Additional e-SATA storage capability is location independent to a maximum capacity of 192TB using iSCI (Internet Small Computer Interface) technology. Data can be searched quickly and easily with the unit’s integrated metadata and video analytics technology featuring people and vehicle search classifications.

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