Cost-effective video encoder for up to 12 cameras
The Nextiva S1712e is a 12-port video encoder that combines low cost of ownership with a compact, efficient design. The Nextiva S1712e accommodates 12 video streams in a 1U, 6-inch (15-cm) deep enclosure. Ideal for large installations, the S1712e delivers dual stream, MPEG-4 SP or SM4 video up to 4CIF/15 frames per second or 2CIF/30 frames per second. Dual streaming enables video to be viewed at high resolution for excellent image clarity, but stored at lower resolution, optimizing use of storage resources.
The S1712e video server incorporates Verint’s industry-leading video encoding technology for superior imagery and optimal bandwidth utilization. A noise reduction filter further reduces bandwidth use, while enhancing image clarity. Automated camera tampering detection rapidly determines when cameras are out of focus, to help ensure that critical images are available and reduce the need to physically examine each camera on site.
SSL-based authentication helps prevent unauthorized access. An RS-232 serial port is provided for integration with access control systems, and an RS-422/485 serial port supports motorized domes and cameras.
Energy Efficient, Longer Life, Lower Cost of Ownership
The Nextiva S1712e features an external power supply, virtually eliminating the need to replace functional encoders because of faulty internal power units. Nextiva S1712e power consumption is just 20W, so it uses far less power than competitive products. This makes the S1712e a highly efficient, energy-saving choice. And the S1712e can be managed using Nextiva Video Management Software or third-party video management software (via the Nextiva Advantage SDK), enabling organizations to deploy the video management solutions that best address their budgets and objectives.
Easy to Install, Less Costly to Service
The Nextiva S1712e video server is built for easy installation and operation in virtually any type of video system. These rack-mountable encoders can be placed in an IT closet with other network equipment, plugged into the Ethernet network, and configured individually using Verint Windows-based SConfigurator software or in batches using Nextiva Control Center.