Bosch MVM-XVRM-016 Video Recording Manager VRM Software 16 Channel Expansion License (e-license)
Bosch Video Recording Manager (VRM) provides a Distributed Network Video Recorder solution, eliminating the need for dedicated NVRs and signaling the second generation of IP network video recording. VRM supports iSCSI-based storage systems and Bosch Video-over-IP devices (IP cameras and IP video encoders). VRM introduces the concept of a storage virtualization layer. This abstraction layer enables VRM to manage all of the individual disk arrays in the entire system as a single "virtual" common pool of storage, which is intelligently allocated as needed. VRM eliminates the need for classic Network Video Recorders (NVRs) and their associated server hardware, operating systems, and anti-virus software, as well as the ongoing software patches and updates these systems require. This new NVR technology makes installation, operation, and maintenance much easier while reducing the total cost of ownership.
The Video Recording Manager comprises:
- Recording Management Service (VRM Server)
- Configuration Manager
- Video Streaming Gateway (VSG)
The central Recording Management Service runs as a service on Microsoft Windows platforms. Bosch recommends running VRM Server on a dedicated server/hardware platform. VRM offers system-wide recording, monitoring, and management of Bosch iSCSI storage, video encoders, and cameras. VRM software supports Bosch H.264 and MPEG-4 IP video devices including all encoders, Dinion and FlexiDome IP cameras, as well as AutoDome and Extreme IP cameras and the Bosch HD cameras. With the new Video Streaming Gateway component 3rd party cameras supporting either ONVIF, RTSP or JPEG protocol are supported. Supported storage subsystems include the Bosch iSCSI-based DSA, DSA E-Series and DLA Series disk array systems. The iSCSI disk arrays can be attached anywhere on a standard IP network.
Key features of Bosch MVM-XVRM-016
- Distributed storage and configurable load balancing
- iSCSI disk array failover for extra reliability
- Used with all Bosch Video-over-IP cameras and encoders
- Configuration support for all Bosch disk arrays (DSA and DLA series)
- Integration of 3rd Party Cameras (ONVIF, RTSP, JPEG)
All E-license have a standard lead time of 24-72 business hours. The E-license are sent off to the manufacturer for processing and once they are generated we will receive an email with them. If the 72 business hours have passed and you have not received the e-license please call the customer service department at 214-948-1300 x 411 for assistance.