by Brianna Crandall — April 8, 2020 — Digital Watchdog (DW), a Cerritos, California-based provider of digital recorders, surveillance cameras and related management software, recently announced the expansion of storage capacity in its MEGApix CaaS IP cameras. All new and existing “camera-as-a-system” (CaaS) all-in-one models will now support up to 256 gigabytes (GB) of local storage for recording.
DW’s CaaS edge solutions — including a high-definition (HD) camera, DW Spectrum Internet protocol video management system (IPVMS) server software, and storage for recording — allow business owners to set up a complete single- or multi-site surveillance system — with no additional server or network video recorder (NVR) required (up to 30 CaaS systems can easily be merged using DW Spectrum IPVMS).
These all-in-one systems operate as edge recorders, storing high-definition IP video locally (choice of 64, 128 or 256GB). CaaS products can easily be managed via the full-featured DW Spectrum IPVMS server program preinstalled.
Free client software lets you access your systems from any computer, mobile phone or tablet, with no recurring fees or high network bandwidth dependencies. The only cost associated with DW Spectrum IPVMS is a one-time recording license per device (included with CaaS), according to the company.
Mark Espenschied, director of Marketing, DW, stated:
Our CaaS cameras marry the convenience of an all-in-one surveillance solution with enterprise-class features and reliability. We say that DW Spectrum IPVMS is “Built for Users,” which means the unpreceded power of these complete systems is incredibly easy to use.
To learn more about MEGApix CaaS edge cameras and all of DW’s video surveillance products, visit the company’s website. DW is a single source of value-driven complete solutions for all video surveillance applications (Universal HD over Coax / hybrid / IP enterprise), focusing on ease of use and return on investment (ROI).