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Jun 1, 2006 12:00 PM, By Laura Dixon and Jessaca Massey


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DVR

Digimerge Technologies' new DHT series (Triplex) network digital video recorders come in 4-, 9-, and 16-channel configurations. The series features an optional 3.5in. LCD display built into the front control panel. Other features include a USB interface, MJPEG video compression, 60fps recording, two hard drives with up to 600GBs of data storage, and a handheld remote controller.
▪ Digimerge Technologies www.digimerge.com

VIDEO ENCODER

Video Convergence's iVDO mini video encoder supports both MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 video streams in multiple configurations. Designed for T1/E1 and IP-based video applications, the encoder offers four individually configurable T1/E1 ports and an Ethernet network port for simultaneous video streaming. The iVDO's compact design saves space while maintaining a high level of functionality and performance.
▪ Cornet Technology | www.cornet.com

DECODER

Video Convergence's iVDO Octal decoder's eight channels enable simultaneous decoding of eight MPEG-4 video streams. Integral dual-quad multiplexers let users of intelligent transportation and video surveillance systems select which of eight decoded streams to view and how to display the video — quad, full screen, or picture-in-picture format.
▪ Cornet Technology | www.cornet.com

VIDEO ENCODER CARD

Video Convergence's iVDO Stax video encoder card is designed to fit in the Cisco 3200 mobile router. The card is targeted for police, fire, and emergency response vehicles within a metropolitan area. The iVDO Stax encodes either NTSC or PAL signals into MPEG-4 video streams for worldwide compatibility. With integrated audio capability and low end-to-end latency — 200 ms at 5 Mbps — the iVDO Stax provides the necessary capabilities for the Cisco 3200 mobile router to facilitate “video anywhere” in a unified metropolitan mobile network.
▪ Video Convergence | www.cornet.com



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