FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Bosch launches the new DIVAR IP family consisting of all-in-one video management systems as well as plug-and-play storage solutions designed for affordable, simple and reliable HD video recording. DIVAR IP 3000 and 7000 combine a network recorder, storage array, client workstation and integrated software, while the DIVAR IP 2000 and 6000 include a network recorder and iSCSI storage array.
The all-in-one DIVAR IP 3000/7000 appliances are equipped with Bosch’s Video Management Software (BMVS) and therefore offer advanced alarm processing to ensure that the most critical events are identified and managed. They also feature fully integrated support for Bosch Intelligent Video Analysis Forensic Search, which allows operators to quickly find a particular event among hours of recorded material.
The DIVAR IP 3000 supports up to 32 channels with up to 8 TB of storage, making it ideal for smaller- and medium-sized installations, such as retail, education, banking and similar applications. The DIVAR IP 7000 comes pre-licensed for 32 channels, and can be easily expanded up to 128 channels in line with growing needs. Its internal storage supports up to 16 TB of recorded video. To increase the storage capacity, the DIVAR IP 2000 and DIVAR IP 6000 video storage appliances can be added. DIVAR IP 2000 and 6000 devices are available with multiple options for storage capacity—up to 16 TB.
The all-in-one design of DIVAR IP provides a cost of ownership that is up to 45 percent less than other systems, and true plug-and-play operation cuts installation time nearly in half. Connect the DIVAR IP appliance and IP cameras to the network, configure using the installation wizard, and the system begins recording automatically. No special training or certification is required.
Easy video management
Smooth and instant access to high-quality surveillance video is essential, whether customers are monitoring an entire chain of hotels or a single gas station. Moreover, users have come to expect the same degree of comfort and performance when away from the office or control center. With the launch of the four new DIVAR IP video recorders, Bosch is responding to these needs and offering simple yet scalable storage solutions and all-in-one solutions for small-to-large-sized security systems.
All DIVAR IP recorders enable recording, viewing, and export of high-definition and standard definition resolutions, while streams are displayed in 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios simultaneously. The recorded videos can be viewed and managed, depending on the model, using a remote operating client, and integrated operating client or a built-in web application.
Instant access to HD video scenes from anywhere is possible thanks to Bosch’s revolutionary Dynamic Transcoding Technology. This technology enables high-resolution live video streaming and playback even over limited bandwidth connections, adapting the image quality to the available bandwidth. This applies, for example, for 3G areas with limited reception as well as Wi-Fi connections with constantly changing throughput. The Bosch Video Security app allows HD video to be viewed on an iPad or iPhone from any location.
Finally, all four of the new DIVAR IP recorders are ONVIF-conformant and thus integrate seamlessly with a wide range of security software and hardware solutions from Bosch, such as BVMS, the IP 2000, IP 5000, and AUTODOME cameras, as well as those of third-party providers. This is backed by the Integration Partner Program, which gives developers immediate access to software development tools to easily integrate Bosch products with third-party systems. Further details of this program are available from: ipp.boschsecurity.com.
More information on DIVAR IP is available at www.boschsecurity.us