Grandstream Networks and Wavestore complete product integration and mutual certification
Grandstream Network’s IP video surveillance cameras have been successfully integrated with Wavestore’s video management software.
Grandstream Networks and Wavestore have successfully completed integration and interoperability certification testing between Grandstream’s IP surveillance cameras and Wavestore’s digital video management systems. Residential, small-to-medium sized businesses (SMB) and large enterprise users can now seamlessly monitor and integrate Grandstream’s IP video surveillance cameras with Wavestore’s digital video management software to create a complete video surveillance solution.
‘The success of this integration further reinforces Wavestore’s capability to provide open platform video recording solutions that offer customers the option of investing in the very latest camera technology,’ said Chris Williams, director of Wavestore. ‘Demand for Grandstream’s cameras is growing throughout Europe and we considered it important therefore to integrate the Grandstream protocols into our VMS at the earliest opportunity.’
David Li, CEO of Grandstream, said, ‘We are pleased to announce interoperability between our entire line of IP surveillance cameras and Wavestore’s professional digital video and audio security surveillance systems.
‘We look forward to working with Wavestore to bring their customers innovative, feature rich, and exceptional quality video surveillance solutions that provide tremendous value.’
As a result of the integration, Grandstream’s cameras and domes are now fully supported by Version 5 of Wavestore’s video management software which allows live and pre-recorded video images to be configured and simultaneously displayed on a monitor in a large variety of sizes, formats and positions.