QNAP Security, a Linux-based stand-alone NVR provider, has unveiled new VioStor NVR firmware v4.0.0. It introduces new design of user interface and offers cross-browser enhancement, improving the ease of use for surveillance management and operation.
QNAP VioStor NVR revamps the user interface design for optimal work flow. The IP camera management list is improved with user-oriented concept enabling more intuitive operations.
With the list of IP cameras, users can click a specific camera to obtain the live view, and quickly identify which camera supports PTZ function. In addition, users can flexibly drag and drop the control panel to desired position on the management user inference.
The VioStor NVR supports up to 64-channel display mode for live monitoring and 16-channel display mode for playback, provides practical real-time system alert and E-map function, and offers more management convenience when users experience the surveillance system.
"The new user interface introduced in firmware v4.0.0 is extremely user-friendly with the intuitive operation and the easy camera management," said Andrew Yu, product manager of QNAP Security. "Users will enjoy the ease of operating the VioStor NVR system and managing multiple IP cameras through multi-server monitoring, especially for deployment with various IP cameras on multi-sites."
In addition, the VioStor firmware v4.0.0 supports more new IP camera brands and additional 130 compatible IP camera models. The expanded IP camera compatibility list offers users more flexibility in selecting suitable IP cameras when deploying an IP surveillance system.