CORTROL Prime, Ganz's 16 Channel Shareware released by CBC
FREMONT, C.A: Ganz Security, a division of CBC AMERICAS Corp. and a prime manufacturer of Intelligent Security and Analog Video solutions, announced the release of CORTROL Prime 16 channel shareware.
Ganz, by CBC, boasts of a suite of HD megapixel cameras, IP cameras and enclosures, NVRs, video management software, next-generation DVRs and full HD LED displays; designed for easy integration and maximum scalability with user’s existing systems.
Ganz CORTROL Central Management Software is a 64bit processing machine—featuring automatic failover configuration and redundant management servers for uninterrupted reliability—illustriously handles unlimited servers, sites and cameras deployed remotely. The IP surveillance is capable of supervising networks from a single NVR/DVR to multiple sites and servers ensure handling of thousands of cameras.
Other features include video analytics integration, license plate and facial recognition support, a profile generating server deployment tool, mobile and cloud editions. PixelMaster Embedded NVRs with 4 or 8 channels H.264 HD recording is featured with Linux-embedded architecture without any extra software required.
Depending upon the requirement, Ganz CORTROL offers its clients various editions of it; a) CORTROL Global - Enterprise System, Unlimited Channels, b) CORTROL Premier -Standalone System, 1-96 Channel, and the latest c) CORTROL Prime - 16 CH Shareware.
The IP Camera Auto Detection and Auto Server Discovery features in CORTROL, make the 4K ready. Windows based software simple to deploy on any network accepts MJPG, MPEG-4 and H.264 as well as full HD and megapixel video streams from Network (IP) cameras, encoders and capture boards. This along with its CMS client-server architecture allows clients to build hybrid scalable solutions from a single NVR/DVR to multiple servers handling thousands of cameras.
The cost-effective IP and analog thermal solutions provided by Ganz Security outperform conventional surveillance technologies and are ideal for even the most challenging surveillance environments.
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