QNAP launches QVR Center 2.0 for cross-server management of all its surveillance solutions
QNAP Systems announced the launch of QVR Center 2.0, which enables cross-server management of all QNAP surveillance solutions. Up to 256 servers can be centrally managed, with automatic N+M failover to reduce the risk of data loss. QVR Center 2.0 is available in three subscription plans to ensure scalability and flexibility for users.
“As a business expands, the demand for large-scale surveillance camera deployment arises. QVR Center is a surveillance solution which lets enterprises easily monitor and manage all surveillance servers. Many multi-location businesses, such as retail stores and banks, have entrusted the task of centrally managing their digital assets with our current version, QVR Center 1.2. The newly-launched QVR Center 2.0 extends the design concept ‘understand the situation easily’ to several core features, enabling administrators to monitor and manage live-view and recorded footage through a single interface. QVR Center 2.0 also supports recording server failover, allowing multiple servers to be set as failover servers to ensure near-continual recording,” said Nina Yeh, Product Manager of QNAP.
Centrally manage all QNAP surveillance solutions
QVR Center enables cross-server management of all QNAP surveillance solutions, including QVR Elite, QVR Pro, and QVP series NVR. QVR Center can manage up to 256 servers and over ten thousand cameras and is backwards compatible with legacy QNAP surveillance solutions. Starting from QVR Center 2.0, users can set access permissions for individual cameras—instead of individual servers—to fulfill detailed privilege settings.
Support Recording server Failover
QVR Center supports many-to-many failover recordings. If a recording server fails, QVR Center automatically allocates a standby server to take over recording tasks and live-view footage storage, reducing the risk of data loss.
Flexible subscription plans
Every QVR Center subscription comes with 2 free embedded channels. For users that need to manage multiple QVR Center servers, they can scale up their surveillance abilities by purchasing a license at QNAP Software Store.