We are pleased to introduce March Networks Insight, a new, cloud-based service delivering unmatched video network visibility, asset control, system health, and service level agreement (SLA) performance management.
Insight offers unique features and reporting capabilities including:
We are pleased to introduce new PTZ cameras, offering complete video surveillance coverage for indoor and outdoor applications. The new lineup includes:
Our 9000 Series IP Recorders are now available with RAID5 and hot swappable power supplies, for enhanced reliability and servicing. RAID5 support is available on up to 8 hard-drives, in combinations of 4, 6 and 8 drives.
The latest releases of our Command, Visual Intelligence and Searchlight software are now available for download from the March Networks Partner Portal.
This release includes a number of new privacy and data security features as well as additional functionality and support for third-party devices. It applies to the following March Networks products:
We are pleased to add a new HD analog encoder to the March Networks product portfolio.
The Edge 8e HD Encoder captures 1080p video from up to 8 analog and/or HD analog cameras, including March Networks CA2 HD analog domes. The encoder features built-in audio, alarms and PTZ controls, as well as up the coax (UTC) controls for convenient remote camera configuration. It supports AHD, TVI, and CVI HD analog video standards.
Command Recording Server 128 is a high-performance solution for customers that prefer the convenience of a plug-and-play video management system (VMS). March Networks Command Recording Server software and the Microsoft Windows Operating System come pre-installed and tested on these servers for convenient out-of-the-box operation.
A cloud-based service that provides video network visibility, asset control, system health, and SLA performance management
2MP PTZ cameras with 30X optical zoom for indoor and outdoor applications
3MP PTZ camera with 40X optical zoom for indoor and outdoor applications
Technical specifications for the 32, 48 and 64-channel 9000 Series IP Recorders