Posts Tagged ‘QNAP VioStor’

QNAP VS-2004L and VS-2008L Network Video Recorders

Monday, July 11th, 2011

QNAP Security have just announced the availability of their two new Network Video Recorders the QNAP VS-2004L and the QNAP VS-2008L. The two models share the same list of features some of which are mentioned below with a full list available at our product pages. The only difference between the two models is the number of channels; 4 channels for the 2004L and 8 channels for the 2008L.

Some of the features provided include:

  • Real-time monitoring and recording (video/audio) from multiple IP cameras (up to 4/8 channels)
  • High quality H.264, MPEG-4, and M-JPEG recording
  • Dual display mode
  • Video search by date and time, timeline, and event
  • Multi-view playback from multiple NVR servers
  • Trouble-free installation
  • Linux-embedded, highly reliable standalone NVR
  • Advanced RAID management
  • Online RAID capacity expansion and online RAID level migration
  • UPS Support for 24/7 service
  • Intelligent auto power on after power recovery
  • Energy-saving design (only 13W in operation)
  • Continuous/manual/scheduled recording
  • Alarm recording (by multiple events), alarm recording schedule
  • Pre-alarm and post-alarm recording
  • Audio recording

For full specifications, product pages and our entire QNAP range please use the links below:

QNAP Security NVR Firmware Update V3.5.0

Friday, July 1st, 2011

Taiwanese Network Video Recorder specialists QNAP Security have released their latest Firmware update V3.5.0 for their VioStor NVR series for free. Their press release describes the key improvements of this version and new features such as:

  • Dynamic E-map: allows users to pinpoint the position of each IP camera on a multi-layered digital map.
  • Video Segment Backup to External USB Device: users can now back up specific video segments of the camera channels from the VioStor NVR to an external USB storage device.
  • Real-time Digital Watermarking: real-time digital watermarks are embedded to the videos of the IP cameras as soon as they are recorded to the VioStor NVR.
  • 16-channel Simultaneous Video Playback: the new V3.5.0 firmware has largely increased the maximum number of channels for simultaneous remote playback from 4 to 16 to enhance the efficiency of video investigation.
  • New IP Cameras Support: in addition to more than 1,000 models of IP camera and video server, QNAP Security has added the support for Samsung, Yokogawa, and ONVIF-compliant Bosch, EverFocus and Hunt IP cameras to its compatibility list for the VioStor NVR series.


For more information, the QNAP press release, the firmware download and our product pages for QNAP VioStor NVRs please use the links below: