SVSi Announces voLANte VDR-106 Networked Digital Video Recorder

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Portable device can attach anywhere on the network to record up to four hours of high-resolution, HD content.

Southern Vision System, Inc. (SVSi) today announced a networked digital video recorder capable of recording up to four hours of high-resolution, HD content over an Ethernet LAN. Fully compatible with all SVSi voLANteâ„¢ video-over-LAN products, the voLANte VDR-106 receives video on the network during record mode. It can then transmit video on the network during playback. The voLANte VDR-106 is ideal for educational institutions, houses of worship, or corporate campuses that want to simultaneously distribute live video through a facility and record it for future network transmission or other delivery methods. SVSi will demonstrate the voLANte VDR-106 at Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas, NV February 25-26, 2009, booth 1046.

"If a facility needs to stream live video of an event to other places on their campus over their voLANte network, and they also want to record that event, then the VDR-106 greatly streamlines that process," explains Andy Whitehead, president of SVSi. "For example, a church can record sermons, burn those to DVDs, and then send them to home-bound parishioners. Businesses could use it for teleconference logging or surveillance recording across the video LAN. Retail advertising networks can use the record function for verification of display advertisements."

Easy Deployment
This latest addition to the SVSi voLANte digital video LAN product line further underscores the simplicity of setting up a digital signage network with voLANte components. With its small footprint (10" x 4.5" x 12"), the voLANte VDR-106 can be easily transported and attached to any voLANte transmitter or receiver via Cat-5 cable. voLANte Conductorâ„¢ management software then recognizes the VDR-106 and allows the user to select the particular video stream to record, schedule start and stop times, and record continuously for up to four hours. Users have the choice of viewing VDR-106 recordings immediately after a recording is finished or storing the recording in DVD format for future playback. Like other voLANte transmitters, the VDR-106 can send video to an unlimited number of displays while retaining synchronization across the network. For recording times longer than four hours, please contact SVSi at info @

The voLANte Digital Video LAN
voLANte, an acronym for "Video Over LAN Technology," offers last mile digital content distribution and management over a local area network for digital out-of-home advertising, IPTV, digital signage, or live broadcasts. voLANte delivers synchronized digital video and audio of unparalleled quality to an unlimited number of HD displays over unlimited distances, integrates easily with existing network hardware, and is easily expandable. Multiple streams of high-resolution, high-definition digital content can be narrowcast point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, or daisy-chained for professional audio/visual applications. Video and audio are managed through voLANte transmitters and receivers that also function as network switches. Visit for more information on how to purchase voLANte products.

About SVSi
Southern Vision Systems, Inc., based in Madison, Alabama, is a leading US manufacturer of high-speed digital video cameras and innovative products for Digital Signage content distribution. Founded in 2003, SVSi leverages over two decades of experience in digital image processing, electrical, software, and optical engineering and is committed to providing customers with high-quality cost-effective solutions. For more information about Southern Vision Systems, visit .


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