Synology┬« Launches Synology VS60, a Power-saving Security Appliance for IP Camera Live-viewing
Taipei, Taiwan-November 16, 2009-Synology┬« Inc. today launched Synology Visual Station VS60, a live-view appliance which saves power and easily monitors multiple IP cameras managed with a Synology Disk Station.
Synology VS60 is designed to provide a live-view of IP cameras managed with a Synology Disk Station and displays it on a connected LCD monitor or TV screen. The built-in DSP (Digital Signal Processor) efficiently processes images, lowering power usage down to only 5.2 Watts for the entire system, providing an economical solution for smaller scale setups. In addition, Synology VS60 offers the convenience of live-viewing cameras in a multi-screen wall format for large-scale deployments.
"Synology VS60 is Synology's next step in the security market after the debut of Synology Surveillance Station, a digital video recording application in Synology Disk Station's system firmware, Synology DSM 2.2," commented Edward Lin, marketing director of Synology. Given the proliferation of smaller organizations moving to incorporate IP surveillance solutions, Synology VS60's timely debut is an easy-to-use, low-power surveillance solution.
Synology VS60 supports the essential features of IP cameras: PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom), snapshot, and two USB ports for mouse operation and external disk connection. All operations are done with clicks of the mouse. As a result, no complex training is required and individuals like cashiers in small stores can easily use it to monitor their stores.
Latest News Posts
- Intel Core i7-8700K overclocked reaches 4.8GHz on air
- Intel Coffee Lake-S: flagship 8700K CPU, 40 PCIe lanes
- Ethereum mining difficulty reaches lofty new heights
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 series pricing to continue rising
- Amnesia dev Chinese Room has 'gone dark'
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 4K Blu-ray Review
- Upgrading USB ports on top of case
- Areca ARC-8050T3 12-Bay Thunderbolt 3 RAID DAS Review
- GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 can't change multiplier past 38, can't change turbo ratio with i5 3570k
- TP-Link Archer C3150 Dual-Band Wireless Router Review
- AOC announces retail availability of AGON curved QHD gaming monitor
- Seasonic presents the PRIME Ultra power supplies
- EVGA announces GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 ELITE video card
- G.Skill releases AMD Ryzen-optimized Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory
- Hear the difference feel the beat of the DRUM