Grandstream Announces Two New IP Dome Cameras

Grandstream Networks has introduced the GXV3611_HD (720P high-definition) and GXV3611_LL (low-light) CMOS fixed dome IP surveillance cameras.

Grandstream’s GXV3611 indoor fixed dome cameras provide an unobtrusive indoor solution that is easily mounted on walls or ceilings for maximum surveillance protection. Now, retail stores, restaurants, campuses, casinos, apartment buildings and business environments can benefit by a cost-effective, open-standard surveillance solution that is easily implemented for 24/7 security protection of people and assets. With SIP/VoIP support, business owners also can stream all monitoring activity to a mobile or video phone, from anywhere in the world, using the GXV3611’s 2-way audio and video streaming capability.

“With demand for cost-effective video surveillance solutions rapidly growing, these two new fixed dome high definition/low light cameras give our business customers more options for solving their mission-critical video monitoring needs,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “As with all the models within our surveillance portfolio, these new cameras are competitively priced and offer bidirectional SIP/VoIP calling capabilities with Grandstream’s entire IP voice and video products.”

Grandstream’s GXV3611 indoor fixed dome IP cameras provide an unobtrusive indoor solution that can be easily mounted on walls or ceilings for maximum surveillance protection.

Ideal for advanced surveillance requiring sharp image clarity and archived video used for investigative purposes, Grandstream’s GXV3611_HD camera includes a 2-Mexapixel progressive scan CMOS sensor and advanced lens while delivering multi-rate H.264 real-time video streaming with a maximum resolution of 1,600×900 and at frame rate of up to 25fps. Using GSurf, Grandstream’s free video management software, businesses can monitor and control up to 36 cameras simultaeously.

The GXV3601_LL captures and streams high quality real-time video under low light conditions (as low as 0.05Lux) and up to 30fps with full D1 (720×480) or VGA (640×480) resolution. It features multi-rate H.264 video compression with excellent image quality and can control up to 36 cameras using GSurf video managment software.

The GXV3611_HD and GXV3611_LL will be available in March through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels at a list price of $389 and $289 respectively.

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