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1 Version 1.0 D-Link HQ, Feb Sales Guide for 1-Ch MPEG4 Video Server D-Link Confidential DVS-210-1

2 o Contents  Video Server Introduction What is CCTV What is Video Server Why Video Server  Product Overview Target market Positioning Highlights Selling Point Technology Briefing  Product Roadmap  Product Application Guide Competitors Analysis Key Comparison

3 What is “CCTV” Traditional surveillance system can be applied to observation from a distance by means of analogue video camera, the video camera also called CCTV (Closed-circuit television). An analogue video signal output from CCTV to recorder by coaxial cable. Before digital video and IP network technical become popular and standardization, traditional analogue video camera system already have 67 years history (The first CCTV system was installed by Siemens AG at Test Stand VII in Peenemünde, Germany in 1942).Peenemünde Most of market analysis report indicate that : compare with IP base video surveillance, CCTV still have large market share in worldwide Note: referecen data from Wiki o Video Server Introduction

4 What is “Video Server” An IP video server converts analog video(CCTV) signals into IP video streams. The IP video server can stream digitized video over IP networks in the same way that an IP Camera can. Because an IP Video server uses IP protocols, it can stream video over any network that IP can use, including via a modem for access over a phone or ISDN connection. With the use of a video server attached to an analog camera, the video from an existing surveillance system can be converted and networked into a new IP surveillance system. Note: referecen data from Wiki CCTV(Analogue Camera) Video ServerNetwork Camera o Video Server Introduction

5 Why “Video Server” In the video security industry a video server is a device to which one or more video sources can be attached. Video servers are used to give existing analog systems network connectivity. Video servers are essentially transmission/ telemetry / monitoring devices. Viewing is done using a web browser or in some cases supplied software. These products also allow the upload of images to the internet or direct viewing from the internet. In order to upload to the internet an account with an ISP (internet service provider) may be required. Note: referecen data from Wiki o Video Server Introduction

6  Digitalize Demand DVS provides the opportunity to take advantage of many benefits that digital technology offers, perfect for installations where analog fixed cameras to be used in an IP-based video surveillance system  Saving Money Keep exist CCTV system and add video server, it is the ideal choice for bank offices, airports, governmental, industrial buildings, traffic surveillance, and prisons, essentially anywhere an analog surveillance system is already installed.  Reduces Risk Video server can service each camera independent and save data to several different storage target. o Product Overview - Target Market

7  1-channel MPEG4 DVS is first 1-channel MPEG-4 video server (encoder) in D-link surveillance product line.  Entry Level Designed for migrating an existing analog CCTV (closed circuit television) to an IP-based video surveillance system.  Cost benefit o Product Overview - Positioning Highlights

8 o Product Overview - Selling point Local SD slot support both SD 1.1 and SDHC 2.0 storage card Real-time MPEG-4 and Motion JPEG compression Simultaneous dual-stream support 2-way audio support 3GPP mobile surveillance Built-in Samba client for NAS Supports HTTPS streaming Privacy Mask feature Advanced Event Management functions Supports multiple access list Low power consumption

9  Software feature  Dual codec simultaneous - MJEPG, MPEG-4 multi profile  Up to 30/25 D1 resolution (NTSC/PAL)  Advance alarm handling - Motion detection / Video loss / Network loss / FTP / handler -Pre/Post buffer for image/video clip capturing  DDNS & UPnP supported  D-Link API  Hardware  2-way audio  DI x 2, DO x 1  RS-485  SD Slot  Compact size  Robust aluminum housing o Product Overview - Technology Brief

10 Alarm In Device Alarm Out Device PTZ Device o Product Overview - Technology Brief Scenario example,

11 11 HTTPS for network security Hypertext Transfer Protocol over Secure Socket Layer or HTTPS is a URI scheme used to indicate a secure HTTP connection. It is syntactically identical to the scheme normally used for accessing resources using HTTP. Using an https: URL indicates that HTTP is to be used, but with a different default TCP port (443) and an additional encryption/authentication layer between the HTTP and TCP. o Technology Brief

12 12 HTTPS (cont.) The HTTPS cannot be enabled if there is no certification on the device. There are three possible ways make you can enable the HTTPS, create certificate request and upload the certificate file which is signed by third party already, create self-signed certificate automatically and Create self-signed certificate manually. o Technology Brief

13 13 Privacy Mask for personal secret Privacy Mask feature allows you to block out certain sensitive zones for privacy. You can set up to five privacy mask windows in the same screen. Privacy masks will appear on all video streams and recording videos and will overlap with motion detection windows. As seen in the figure below, the masked area does not detect any motion. o Technology Brief

14 SD 1.1 Maximum capacity 4G Bytes SDHC 2.0 Maximum capacity 32G Bytes When video bit rate set 500kbps, 32GB can save 3 days video data. Local SD slot Local SD storage for network loss event purpose, o Product Overview - Technology Brief

15 Content of SD card remote accessible SD card content can be read, download by web user interface. User doesn’t need to get data from card. Support format function (FAT32) o Product Overview - Technology Brief

16 Notebook/PC DDNS Server Gateway Mail Server PC 1 ADSL/Cable modem AP router D1, MJEPG, 30FPS CIF, MPEG-4, 15FPS Dual stream Support MPEG-4 & MJPEG and 2 multiple profiles simultaneously. Profile 1 Profile 2 PC 2 Analogue CCTV camera Coaxial cable o Product Overview - Technology Brief

17 DVS channel MPEG4, MJPEG 30 fps SD slot Two way audio DI/DO, RS485 DVS channel H.264/ MPEG4/MJPEG 30 fps SD slot Two way audio DI/DO, RS485 PoE (HW:B1) DVS channel H.264 / MPEG4, MJPEG 30 fps SD slot Two way audio DI/DO, RS485 PoE (Temp.)(Temp.) P r i c e Feature o Product Roadmap

18 IP-based Surveillance  Access live video anywhere  Recording and event management o Application Guide

19 Full featured one box design  The easy way to update traditional CCTV system to advanced IP surveillance  Bi-directional audio transmission  2 x Digital Input  1 x Digital Output  1 x RS-485  SD card for event Update analog to digital o Application Guide

20 o Competitive Analysis P r i c e Features D-Link DVS AXIS 214S $500 ACTi SED-2140 ACTi ACD-2100 AXIS 217S $400$300

21 o Key Comparison – DVS [ Please refer to the Competitive Analysis File for a detailed comparison ] Feature D-Link DVS AXIS 247S ACTi ACD-2100 Profile MPEG-4, MJPEG Simultaneous MPEG-4, MJPEG Simultaneous MPEG-4, MJPEG selectable Resolution 720x x x x x x576 RS-485YesNoYes Local storageSDNo Web price for reference$300$499$338


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