DVTel announces its Altitude High Definition (HD) camera platform

Ridgefield Park, NJ, April 1, 2009 -- DVTel, Inc., multiple award-winning market leader in the development and delivery of intelligent security solutions over IP networks , today announced its Altitude High Definition (HD) Camera Platform which delivers real-time 30 Frames Per Second (FPS) HD performance using the latest H.264 compression technology at ISC West in Las Vegas, NV, April 1 -3.

The Altitude HD camera platform further enhances DVTel's industry leading image quality by adding state-of-the-art HD 16:9 formats for the sharpest, most detailed images coupled with real-time multi-stream H.264 compression to DVTel's acclaimed Altitude IP camera line comprised of over 100 camera models.

The multi-stream H.264 capabilities of the new Altitude HD platform means there are no compromises between live viewing quality and the storage cost savings of up to 50% associated with the most advanced compression technology.  

The Altitude HD platform offers the superb imagery of real-time HD with support for both HD 720p as well as the highest HD 1080p standards while its “Green” design concepts reduce power consumption by more than 60%.

“Many security professionals today are considering an upgrade to HD to improve image quality and want the latest H.264 compression technology to keep storage costs down.” Says Ed Thompson, DVTel CTO, “DVTel developed the Altitude HD Platform specifically to address these needs while adding multi-stream H.264 across the Altitude product line.

The Altitude HD platform offers the best investment protection in the industry including full support for ISO MPEG4 users while simultaneously supporting the lowest storage cost using H.264.    The new Altitude HD Platform demonstrates DVTel's continuing commitment to open video standards including the latest HD 720p, HD 1080p and ISO MPEG4 and H.264.”

The new Altitude HD Camera Platform is the perfect plug and play compliment to DVTel's new iSOC V6 which also supports a wide range of 3 rd party HD and standard definition camera choices.