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AMAG Technology Releases New Symmetry Video Hardware

AMAG Technology Releases New Symmetry Video Hardware

All AMAG Technology hardware comes pre-installed with Symmetry CompleteView Video Management software.

AMAG Technology, a security solutions manufacturer, announces the release of its new Symmetry Network Video Hardware.

The new hardware includes Symmetry Network Video Recorders which come pre-installed with Symmetry CompleteView Video Management software to simplify and shorten initial setup, according to the company.

The NVRs support high definition IP video recording and local and remote client viewing. One NVR can store up to 110 TBs of usable RAID 5 protected video storage. Attachable storage expansions are also available for an additional 330 TBs of usable RAID 5 protected video storage.

Symmetry Video Client Workstations are also available to support high-quality video surveillance viewing for up to four display monitors per unit.

The workstations use Intel Xeon CPU coupled with NVIDIA’s Graphics Processing Unit and graphics memory, giving users the tools to view high-resolution video, perform investigations and export evidence to different media.

Similar to the NVRs, all workstations are pre-installed with Symmetry CompleteView Video Management software.

www.amag.com


ABOUT THE COMPANY

AMAG Technology is an access control, video management, identity management, visitor management and intrusion management solution provider.

Symmetry™ Security Management Solutions are used in a wide variety of markets, including commercial, government, education, healthcare, banking and transportation.

The company designs, develops and manufactures both hardware and software elements for integrated access control, including door control, digital video integration and biometrics.

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