VIVOTEK has introduced a new feature to its cloud-based security service VORTEX, which can now integrate into the company’s latest generation network video recorders (NVRs).
VORTEX Connect allows users to connect to NVRs and simultaneously utilize VORTEX cloud services.
Users can upgrade to the cloud without replacing existing network cameras, meeting security needs anytime, anywhere and on any device.
With features such as high-resolution imaging, advanced artificial intelligence (AI) analysis and remote management, VORTEX facilitates enterprises in transitioning to operational cloud solutions.
VIVOTEK is gearing up to launch VORTEX Connect PRO in the future, increasing the device connection limit.
With a capacity to allocate up to 1,000 users within the organization, VORTEX Connect PRO provides individual privacy access and camera group assignment permissions.
Users can revoke or modify existing settings, enhancing resource allocation efficiency and management flexibility.
Event segments can be securely archived and backed up in the cloud, mitigating risks associated with hard drive failures, deletion due to insufficient recording space or overwriting.
Additionally, the system ensures updates to device firmware, minimizing user maintenance time and enhancing overall management capabilities.
VORTEX Connect is compatible with VIVOTEK’s new series of NVRs, including ND9326P, ND9426P, ND9542P and ND9442P.
These NVRs can provide power and network transmission without the need for deploying Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches.
They come with built-in TrendMicro antivirus software, upgrading the confidentiality and security of image transmission and access with AES 265 and TLS 1.2 cybersecurity protection.
The NVRs also support the connection of over 30,000 ONVIF Profile S network cameras available in the market, addressing the challenges of network configurations and optimizing the overall cost structure for users.