Matrix certifies its IP Video Surveillance Interoperability with Grandstream IP Cameras
Mumbai, India, April 27, 2014: Matrix Comsec, a leading manufacturer of enterprise telecom and security solutions, has opened new doors by joining hands with Grandstream GXV IP Video Cameras for IP-based surveillance solutions. Enterprise and SME customers worldwide can implement a comprehensive and reliable video surveillance solution for improved security and business productivity using the Matrix NVR400 (Network Video Recorder) and Grandstream IP Cameras.
Matrix SATATYA NVR400 now supports Grandstream camera models GXV 3504 (Encoder), GXV 3601, GXV 3610, GXV 3611, GXV 3615. Video processed on any GXV IP cameras is encoded and processed at the camera then streamed to the SATATYA NVR400 for storage and remote access to live views and playback of recorded images. This addition to the cameras supported by Matrix SATATYA NVR400 is a step ahead for Matrix in the US video surveillance market and for Grandstream in the Indian video surveillance market. Matrix and Grandstream can help each other evolve in their markets through this interoperability.
Product Owner of Matrix Video Surveillance Kaushal Kadakia said, “We are glad to offer this interoperability as the feature rich enterprise level IP solution of Matrix with the crystal clear image quality of Grandstream IP Cameras will help System Integrators provide a trusted and effective solution to their customers worldwide.”
CEO of Grandstream Networks David Li said, “Businesses of all sizes and application types equally deserve the most flexible, highly reliable and, easily manageable solution. We value our Matrix certification and look forward to having our IP cameras work seamlessly with Matrix NVRs to provide remote and centralized management of multiple locations making them highly suitable for dispersed enterprise organizations.”