Integral Technologies' 32-Channel Real-Time DVRs Generate Buzz at ISC West

April 19, 2006
DS RealVue allows 30fps at full D1 resolution for 32 cameras simultaneously

Indianapolis, Indiana – Integral Technologies’ ISC West launch of its newest DigitalSENTRY product, DS RealVue, made a strong impression on attendees who were drawn to its outstanding broadcast-quality video displayed on two 50” plasma screen televisions. DS RealVue products mark the security industry’s first real-time Digital Video Recorders capable of recording 32 cameras simultaneously at 30 frames per second at full D1 (720x480) resolution. DS RealVue products are offered in two chassis configurations, DS RealVue RAID and DS RealVue XPress.

Because DS RealVue products are ideal for high security applications including gaming, money counting and correctional facilities, the company’s booth featured a casino blackjack table and a magician performing card tricks and magic. Multiple camera views were displayed on each of the large-screen televisions, as live and recorded video exhibited the D1 resolution on 9 channels.

Company professionals addressed large crowds of spectators while highlighting the unique features of DS RealVue. To demonstrate the product’s capabilities, sleight of hand magic tricks were performed for the crowd and then played back using full resolution and frame rates. As the recorded video replayed, the audience was able to observe intricacies of movement that had been invisible to the naked eye.

During the three-day event, the company’s booth was a hub of activity as potential customers and competitors heard the buzz that DS RealVue was creating at the show.

Integral Technologies, Inc. is a worldwide provider of IT security solutions offering digital video and access control solutions for small, medium and enterprise class businesses. With over 10 years of security systems integration experience and the backing of parent company, Schneider Electric, Integral Technologies continues to offer best-of-class IT security systems that are innovative, feature rich, and easy to use. For more information on Integral Technologies’ full line of products and services, visit

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