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Taipei, Taiwan, 2012/09/24 - QNAP Security is pleased to announce its participation in Security Essen 2012, Germany, to showcase the latest Linux-embedded surveillance systems - QNAPSecurity.com.
Visitors can learn QNAP Security's entire line-up of NVR models designated for SMBs and enterprises and gain complete product information.
The newest VioStor NVR VS-12164U-RP Pro, awarded in Secutech Excellence Awards 2012 contest with NVR Excellence Award, will be presented in the exhibition. The new 12-bay VS-12100U-RP Pro series, available in 64, 56, 48, or 40-channel, features Quad-core Intel® Xeon™ E3 Processor and server-level hardware platform, and supports high storage capacity up to 48TB.
QNAP CMS-2000 (Centralized Management Solution), the Linux-embedded and highly reliable CMS server, will be presented to demonstrate its remarkable ability of centralized management of multiple NVRs. QNAP CMS-2000 can manage up to 256 channels for simultaneous monitoring. With the QNAP CMS software, users can easily set up a surveillance center to capture each monitored channel efficiently.
We cordially invite you to visit us at Security Essen 2012.
Where: Galeria-114, Hall 7, Essen Exhibition Centre, Germany
When: 25-28 September, 2012
About Security Essen
The biennial Security Essen is the largest and most influential security fair in Europe, and one of the large-scale professional security fairs worldwide. Security Essen 2012 will take place from 25 to 28 September, and this is the 20th edition world forum for the innovative security and fire prevention technologies, products and services.
About QNAP Security
QNAP Security (qnapsecurity.com), the world's first Linux-embedded NVR developer has implemented its award winning storage and RAID technologies to offer its most innovative local display standalone NVR. The system not only ensures remarkable stability on remote monitoring, recording, and surveillance tasks under diverse environments but also renders great simplicity. In addition, the QNAP solution allows users to choose suitable network cameras for various situations instead of being restricted to the resolution of traditional CCTV.