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18/12/2006

The first one-channel video server that supports IPv6

LUND, Sweden

Axis Communications launches AXIS 243SA Video Server, the first one-channel video server that supports Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). IPv6 is the evolutionary Internet upgrade that will expand IP addresses from 32 bits to 128 bits, effectively allowing the Internet to grow exponentially in terms of the total amount of data transmitted.

The AXIS 243SA provides de-interlaced video at full frame rates in both MPEG-4 and MJPEG compressions. It is ideal for installations that require full-motion video, such as casinos, airports, traffic surveillance and prisons.
The video server has integrated two-way audio functionality, which enables users to hear intruders and communicate orders. It supports dome cameras and pan/tilt/zoom cameras through a built-in serial port. The AXIS 243SA also features powerful event-management tools, including video motion detection, pre/post-alarm buffering, and triggered event functionality with alarm notification.
"Committed to delivering future proof network video products, Axis broadens the existing video server portfolio with the market's first IPv6-compatible video server," said Johan Lembre, Vice President, Product Management of Axis Communications. "Delivering high-quality, full frame rate video, the AXIS 243SA meets the demands of customers converting from analog CCTV to digital video in the fast growing IP surveillance market."
The AXIS 243SA is supported by the industry's largest base of application software through the Axis ADP program. The recommended end user price is 629 EUR.


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