Barracuda Introduces Cloud-Managed HD IP Video Surveillance Cameras with Built-in DVR Functionality
Barracuda has updated its video surveillance line with CudaEye Local+ video surveillance service plan. CudaEye Local+ provides customers with an HD IP video surveillance camera using built-in DVR functionality that is cloud-managed and 128-bit encrypted. With CudaEye Local+, customers now have the option to locally store surveillance video data to the camera located on the premises. Barracuda is demonstrating the new camera functionality for the CudaEye Local+ service plan this week in booth 22000 at ISC West 2015, April 15-17, at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas.
"Customers today need flexibility to locally store and access surveillance video data directly on the camera and CudaEye Local+ addresses this need," said Ken Grohe, Senior Vice President & General Manager of Emerging Products at Barracuda. "The new CudaEye Local+ service plan provides customers a low cost option, with simple installation, ease of use, and scalability."
The Local+ service plan enables cloud-managed CudaEye cameras to locally store 128-bit encrypted, HD video. Live and recorded video may be accessed from a web browser, iOS device or Android device. Highlights include:
DVR Functionality – Record and locally store 128-bit encrypted video data on a microSD card on the camera. Customers can search for, view and download stored video using a web browser or mobile device.
Scalable – Add cameras at a single location or expand to multiple sites without upgrading or adding a DVR or NVR.
Upgradeable – Upgrade to off-site cloud storage for recorded video with three options for cloud storage service plans offering more features and extended storage options.
CudaEye is a cloud-managed IP surveillance solution that offers many choices to fit the needs of customers. CudaEye delivers quality real-time and archived video directly to a browser and mobile device. Simply plug CudaEye cameras into a broadband connection and it is ready to go: no software configuration, no servers, and no network vulnerabilities. Visit CudaEye.com for additional information.