Once you go Linux you'll never go back to Windows
I've been in the security business for almost 20 years. A few years ago I started building DVRs with Windows-based cards. If someone would have told me the amount of servicing time I needed to put into a Windows-based DVRs, I would have saved four sets of tires and several hundred gray hairs! Then I purchased a VPON 100 a few months back and I couldn't believe the difference Linux makes in a DVR. First the DOM chip already comes pre-loaded with the Linux O.S. and software. I don't have to install an O.S. Just plop the DOM chip on the motherboard, the capture cards in the PCI slots and the unit is ready to go. Heck, you don't even need to have a hard drive in the unit to program it. The hard drive just stores the video! That little chip does it all. Best of all, it transmits video like a dream, clear and crisp. The two-way audio transmission enables my clients to listen and speak back and forth to their employees. Having the ability to transmit effective images at low frame rates helps my clients who don't have the money for expensive upload speeds. Best of all you can use direct dial-up for those clients who can't get anything else. I can beat the big name brands because my VPON 100 unit has capabilities that they lack. I would highly recommend the VPON 100 DVR on chip for your business and your clients. I've saved my tires and some of my original hair color is back.
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