D-Link yesterday announced two low-cost wired and wireless network cameras that will retail for around $100.
The D-Link DCS-920 Wireless G Network Camera and DCS-910 10/100 Fast Ethernet Internet Camera can be accessed and controlled using any Java-enabled browser and take snapshots and record directly from the Web browser to a local hard drive.
Axis Communications today announced an "ultra-compact" video server designed for space-restrictive video surveillance applications. The AXIS 247S Video Server converts an analog video stream into high quality, full frame rate digital video.
The video encoder can deliver Motion JPEG and advanced MPEG-4 streams simultaneously, providing the ability to optimize for both image quality and bandwidth. It also provides video motion detection, one-way audio for audio monitoring in area, and audio detection alarm.
Other features include support for IPv6, 802.3af Power over Ethernet and QoS. Network security features include multiple user access levels, IP address filtering, HTTPS encryption and IEEE 802.1X authentication
The 247S will be available in "early Q2, 2007" for $499 MSRP.
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