New recording solution from Johnson Controls combines Victor with VideoEdge

VideoEdge

Johnson Controls, the global leader for smart, healthy and sustainable buildings and architect of the OpenBlue digital platforms, announces a powerful recording solution to meet demanding requirements with its VideoEdge 2U High Capacity Network Video Recorder.

This solution combines the powerful capabilities of victor with the intelligence of VideoEdge NVRs, fueled by Tyco Artificial Intelligence, for video management that provides actionable insights to save time, money and lives.

The VideoEdge 2U-HC NVR allows users to manage dozens of cameras at full frame and resolution rates. Users can also record in RAID configurations up to 100 TB and take advantage of twelve front-accessible storage drives that can be hot-swapped while recording, as well as a redundant power supply for increased reliability. VideoEdge NVRs seamlessly deploy cameras with an advanced open architecture and simple design, adding and reassigning licenses at any time.

Additional features for the 2U-HC NVR include:

  • 600 Mbps recording throughput to disc
  • Support for up to 128 cameras
  • IP camera auto discovery allows for quick system setup
  • Re-identification Intelligent Search
  • Network Interface Card bonding for network failover

The victor and VideoEdge solution is designed to adhere to the rigorous standards of the Johnson Controls Cyber Solutions Product Security Program, a holistic approach to cyber protection. The solution also includes a security audit page that allows administrators to quickly determine if the proper levels of protection are applied for additional cybersecurity resiliency.

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