Grandstream IP Cameras Integrate with Logiware’s Surveillance, Recording Solutions

Grandstream Networks, a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, and Logiware gmbh, the German-based software house specializing in the development of video surveillance and recording systems, has announced the successful completion of interoperability testing between Grandstream’s ONVIF-compliant IP video surveillance cameras and Logiware’s go1984 video management software. Interoperability testing, completed on the GXV36xx Series IP Cameras and GXV35xx IP video encoders and conducted in cooperation with Grandstream European distributor ALLNET, ensures that Grandstream IP cameras and encoders can be configured easily and monitored through Logiware software using MJPEG Streaming.

“The interoperability of Grandstream IP cameras/video encoders with Logiware opens up powerful new surveillance possibilities for our business customers throughout Europe,” said Ralf Wessling, CEO of Logiware. “We are excited about the features and affordability of Grandstream’s products, and fully embrace the impact and value adds these cameras and video encoders can bring to our total surveillance solutions offering.”

Grandstream’s line of IP video surveillance solutions deliver crisp, clear picture quality, rich telephony features, full compliance with industry standards and broad interoperability with most service providers and third-party, SIP-based VoIP products. To meet the varying application needs of customers for high-definition/low light conditions, Grandstream family of products include model types ranging from CMOS & CCD cameras, tube cameras, fixed dome cameras, cube cameras, outdoor cameras and more.

“Interoperability is an important factor in delivering the utmost in customer satisfaction,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. “The compatibility of Grandstream IP cameras/video encoders with Logiware is a significant step in giving Logiware customers access to, and confidence in, some of the industry’s most affordable and feature-rich IP cameras.” He added, “We are proud to partner with ALLNET and appreciate the time and effort that both companies devoted to the rigorous testing needed to ensure Grandstream solutions are fully compliant and approved for use in business environments worldwide.”

“As one of Germany’s leading information and communications technology (ICT) distributors and partner to both Grandstream and Logiware, ALLNET is proud to have such a powerful recording software solution to offer to its resellers,” said Gerhard Zerwes, product manager of ALLNET. “The implementation of Logiware go1984 software is fast and easy with Grandstream cameras and the multilingual user interface of go1984 ensures broad market suitability throughout Europe. go1984, with its intuitive software enables Grandstream’s dealers to sell mixed installations with different vendors and create a powerful surveillance and recording solution.”

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