Arecont Vision, a provider of IP-based megapixel camera technology and video surveillance solutions, announces the launch of new products that together deliver an advanced, comprehensive video surveillance solution.

The company now offers megapixel cameras, cloud-managed video recorders, and a range of video management system choices for a complete and flexible solution to address traditional and cloud-based video surveillance project requirements.

All of the new Arecont Vision product offerings will be on display in booth #8045 at ISC West, held at the Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV, April 11 – 13, 2018.

The Arecont Vision product portfolio has been expanded to include Contera single- and multi-sensor megapixel dome and bullet cameras to bring new capabilities that complement the proven, cyber-secure Arecont Vision Mega camera family.Our customers will be able to choose to deploy a traditional stand-alone VMS system or a cloud-based solution entirely from Arecont Vision"

Simplifying surveillance deployments

Arecont Vision also announces the ConteraVMS video management system, ConteraWS web services, and ConteraCMR cloud-managed video recorders that together provide a complete video surveillance solution.

Arecont Vision has focused on the needs of our customers by providing the most innovative and proven megapixel cameras in the industry, a tradition that we have continued to deliver on since our inception,” said Raul Calderon, Chief Operating Officer and General Manager of Arecont Vision.

With today’s announcement, we are building further upon that legacy with an entirely new megapixel camera lineup added to our portfolio, along with advanced VMS, cloud management, and video recorder platforms.

Our customers will be able to choose to deploy a traditional stand-alone VMS system or a cloud-based solution entirely from Arecont Vision or integrated with other vendor products.”

Integration-tested products

Arecont Vision products are integration tested with leading VMS, video analytics, networking, storage, and other related products through the Technology Partner Program’s MegaLab facility and via ONVIF support.

ISC West attendees can experience the new Arecont Vision products at the Sands Conventional Center, booth #8045, Las Vegas, NV.

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