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22/04/2012

Geutebruck releases latest 16 bay dual processor storage system

Windhagen, Germany

The Gevistore-IP/16bay-2P is Geutebruck's new dual-processor storage server system. It is a complete solution for stand alone or networked IP video applications requiring high performance and survivability.
It boasts two Xeon processors, a redundant power supply and integral hot-swap level 6 RAID for up to 16 HDDs and video databases of up to 32 Tb.

The Gevistore-IP/16Bay-2P records 800 images per second and streams 800 images per second simultaneously. It has virtual matrix functionality for IP cameras using all common compression processes and formats, both standard CCD and megapixel.

This new product supports state-of-the-art video content analysis and processes up to 1600 pictures per second for display on a separate display computer in full D1 resolution. — Performance which is achieved by running Geutebruck’s Geviscope video management system on the latest server hardware components under the 64Bit operating system Windows Server 2008 R2.

This is a complete solution designed to meet high end video security requirements in stand-alone and networked applications in environments such as airports, prisons, power plants, pharmaceutical companies and casinos.

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