Kane Computing (KCL) has signed a dealer agreement with Smartvue Corporation of Nashville to sell its Smartvue range of network video surveillance systems.
Smartvue Corporation commercialised the first wireless network video recorder, 802.11N network camera, H.264 in camera video compression, and self-configuring network video platform.
The company's latest offering is Smartvue S8.
Smartvue S8 offers a complete and fully integrated professional network video system with wireless and wired cameras, network video recorders, and remote access built in.
Smartvue S8 cameras include 2-megapixel (1,600 x 1,200 pixel) sensors to see more than six times the detail of a VGA camera.
Smartvue video cameras and recorders offer integrated 802.11N wireless for up to five times the range of other wireless network cameras.
Smartvue S8 cameras include a microphone and speaker with integrated two-way audio.
The free online VoIP service allows the user to talk to anybody from anywhere in the world using the internet browser.
Smartvue S8 network video recorders are available with one terabyte hard drives.
S8 cameras use H.264 video compression that use up to five times less bandwidth than most other network cameras.
It is possible to manage and view up to thousands of S8 systems from one online web interface at Insightserver.
This peer-to-peer Smartvue service makes remote access from almost any PC or mobile phone fast and easy.