Axis (News - Alert) Communications, a provider of network video, recently introduced the affordable AXIS M10 Network Camera Series with support for edge storage and AXIS Camera Companion: AXIS M1013 and AXIS M1014 Network Cameras. Each camera works as an independent surveillance device and it stores video in its own internal SD memory card. It means that these devices require no additional recording hardware or computers for operation.
“The new IP cameras in the AXIS M10 Series with MicroSDHC card and NAS support offer the perfect complement to the easy-to-install and intuitive AXIS Camera Companion solution we launched last month for 1-16 camera systems,” said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager, Axis Communications, Inc. “Innovations in IP video surveillance continue to make the technology more and more affordable for small camera count installations. With these new network cameras with edge storage, we can offer a standalone four-camera IP surveillance solution for less than $1,000.”
According to a press release, AXIS M1013 and AXIS M1014 Network Cameras also support to AXIS Video Hosting System with one-click camera connection, making the cameras ideal for a hosted video solution.
AXIS Camera Companion is an easy-to-use IP-based surveillance solution that is comprises of Axis cameras and/or encoders, SD cards, a switch or router and free recording software. AXIS M1013 and AXIS M1014 Network Cameras are available with price tag (News - Alert) of $179 and $229 respectively. The cameras also supports for hosted video and ONVIF compatibility for easy camera system integration.
The AXIS M1014 offers HDTV 720p / 1 megapixel resolution, while AXIS M1013 offers SVGA resolution.
In other news, Axis Communications recently held an official grand opening celebration for its new North American headquarters with a private cocktail event for local partners in the state-of-the-art Axis Experience Center.
Axis' new 60,000 square foot office is located at 300 Apollo Drive in Chelmsford, Mass., about 30 minutes from Boston and on the same campus as its previous facility.
Edited by Jennifer Russell