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Uri Guterman, Head of Product and Marketing for Hanwha Techwin Europe said: “Seagate’s space-efficient, high-density HDDs are able to perfectly meet the data storage demands of video surveillance systems and equally important, they have a reputation for being ultra-reliable.
“Our decision to collaborate with Seagate will therefore enhance the ability of these Wisenet NVRs to robustly fulfil the requirements of virtually any video surveillance applications, other than those which require a server-based storage solution.”
Wisenet WAVE PoE NVRs provide an integrated and optimised way of using the latest version of the Wisenet WAVE video management software (VMS), without having to install a server, the developers say.
Wisenet Q PoE NVRs are designed to be suitable for virtually any small to medium size video surveillance applications, Hanwha Techwin adds. As such, they are for budget limited office, retail and warehouse type applications which do not need a high number of cameras, but where users wish to have the ability to record high-definition images, the makers add.