Nextiva HDR 1800
High-definition technology and H.264 decompression
Nextiva HDR 1800 video decoder/receivers combine excellent performance, high-definition technology, and H.264 video decompression to enhance the functionality and versatility of Nextiva Virtual Matrix implementations.
Enhancing Situational Awareness and Effective Response
The HDR 1800 is ideal for video surveillance applications that call for high-definition video to be displayed at multiple locations for building situational awareness and a coordinated response. With the HDR 1800, you can display 1 to 16 high-resolution video tiles on a single high definition digital wide-screen monitor, or a total of 18 video tiles on two monitors. Compatible with today’s advanced video technologies, the versatile HDR 1800 offers the flexibility to decode compression formats from H.264 to MPEG-4 to MJPEG and use a wide range of monitors including DVI, VGA, and traditional CCTV monitors.
The Power of Nextiva Integration
The HDR 1800’s unique embedded design helps to reduce maintenance costs, improve reliability, and simplify usability. It is also fully integrated with Nextiva Virtual Matrix software, which routes video to computers, video walls, and monitors across local and wide area networks (LANs/WANs). With Virtual Matrix and the HDR 1800, authorized personnel can view live and recorded high-definition video on digital monitors, create custom video walls, control PTZ cameras, assign cameras to monitors on demand, and replay alarm-based video at multiple locations simultaneously.
The HDR 1800 is also fully integrated with Nextiva Video Management Software and Nextiva intelligent edge devices, including our state-of-the-art S1800e encoders and S5000 high-definition IP cameras with H.264 video compression technology.
Verint is at the forefront of networked video technology, with nearly two decades of experience providing security intelligence solutions to government and industry worldwide. With the HDR 1800, Verint provides a powerful solution built on the latest video technologies, integrated with the industry’s broadest video portfolio, and designed to deliver the benefits of IP video technology without discarding legacy video investments.