Taipei, Taiwan, August 23, 2023 - QNAP® Systems, Inc., a leading computing, networking, and storage solution innovator, today launched new NVR Network Surveillance Servers – the QVP-41C with four 3.5-inch SATA drive bays, and the QVP-21C with two 3.5-inch SATA drive bays. Incorporating Intel® Celeron® J6412 quad-core processors, QVR Pro surveillance software, and providing eight free IP camera channels, the QVP-41C and QVP-21C help SMBs and small offices to quickly upgrade to lightweight AI surveillance applications, offering an economic software and hardware integrated video surveillance solution. QNAP will provide long-term availability and support for the QVP-41C and QVP-21C, making them suitable for businesses requiring matching surveillance servers deployed in multiple locations.

“The high-performance QVP-41C and QVP-21C are specifically designed to fulfill small-and-medium-scale video surveillance analysis demands,” said Andy Chuang, Product Manager of QNAP, adding “users can flexibly use QVR Face or QVR Smart Search to implement AI face recognition and smart events search to boost management effectiveness.”

The QVP-41C and QVP-21C run QVR Pro surveillance software to support up to twenty-four and sixteen IP camera channels. QVR Pro is compatible with up to 95% of ONVIF® IP cameras from over 190 brands on the market. The QVP-41C and QVP-21C also incorporate other smart surveillance applications. QVP Center can centrally manage and monitor multiple QVR Pro servers and receive event notifications, suitable for large-scale camera environments; QVR Guard can automatically takeover recording tasks if a QVR Pro server fails; QVR Face can obtain real-time and automatic facial recognition and analytics for door access and intelligent attendance management; and QVR Smart Search can find event recordings within a specified time and area based on user-defined rules.

The two built-in 2.5GbE ports can be connected to QNAP 2.5GbE switches to provide a smoother streaming experience for the surveillance host server receiving multiple video sources over a long period of time. The dual HDMI output enables viewing multi-channel videos on two monitors. QVR Pro Client software can be installed on Windows® and macOS® devices or mobile apps to take full control over monitored areas.


Note: The test condition of each channel (camera) is 5Mbps, 1080p, H.264 with static volumes configured with RAID1 (QVP-21C) and RAID5 (QVP-41C).

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