Arecont Vision’s megapixel imaging technology together with the recording expertise of Instek offers the most advantageous megapixel technology
Oklahoma Casino benefits from seamless integration

Arecont Vision, the industry leader in IP-based megapixel camera technology, and Instek Digital, the leader in NVR and Hybrid DVR solutions are pleased to announce their extended partnership, to offer a seamless and fully integrated solution with the industry's first full line of H.264 megapixel IP cameras.

"Our proven success in IP megapixel technology has built a strong track record for NVR integration partnerships," said Scott Schafer, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Arecont Vision. "Arecont Vision's megapixel imaging technology together with the recording expertise of Instek offers our combined clientele the most advantageous megapixel technology experience."

With up to 10 times higher compression than standard MJPEG, Arecont Vision's H.264 line of megapixel cameras offers the perfect combination of high resolution and bandwidth efficiency at competitive price point. Instek Digital intelligently manipulates the video and combines it with a state of the art robust video management solution, which is both scalable and reliable.

"The megapixel camera technology is the driving force for the industry to switch from an analog to an IP solution," said Albert Pan, Chief Executive Officer, Instek Digital.

Arecont Vision and Instek Digital are pleased to announce their extended partnership
Instek Digital's DVR intelligently manipulates video from Arecont Vision's H.264 line of cameras

"Arecont Vision's megapixel imaging with the latest H.264 high compression technology alleviates the budgetary concerns of huge storage requirements. With years of R&D development that Instek Digital has cultivated on a complete H.264 solution, users can deploy and take advantages of this new integration immediately."

Instek Digital has recently featured this collaboration in a full-scale installation at the Kickapoo Casino in Harrah, Oklahoma. The casino features deployment of the Arecont Vision AV1305/AV1305DN H.264 cameras combined with the Instek Digital state-of-the-art hybrid digital video surveillance and video management solution. Fully compliant with the regulation of all Gaming Commissions, Instek Digital understands the unique surveillance requirements of a dynamic casino environment.

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