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iSTAR Ultra Video – Integrated Access Control and Video at the Edge

iSTAR Ultra Video offers highly distributed, small site security without sacrificing enterprise performance. This small, yet powerful appliance combines the robust access control features of iSTAR Ultra with embedded VideoEdge video recording and management that is remotely managed by an integrated C•CURE 9000/victor application to meet the security needs of small remote sites. Each iSTAR Ultra Video is factory-imaged with the latest firmware and camera licenses.

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Used with IP-ACM Ethernet door modules, iSTAR Ultra Video is ideal for large corporations whose footprints include smaller remote networking facilities, fiber huts and other small but critical facilities that need constant monitoring and control. This highly distributed security architecture can scale to thousands of sites, making it perfect for enterprise customers with multiple remote locations.

 

Features That Make a Difference:

  • Control up to 8 doors and 8 IP cameras in one small, low-cost appliance
  • Managed by remote integrated C•CURE 9000/victor application
  • Scalable to thousands of sites
  • Intuitive web-based start-up wizard with camera auto-discovery reduces commissioning time
  • Local video storage and caching
  • Unparalleled video stream management with full transcoding functionality
  • Powerful video analytics save time; improve situational awareness
  • External USB storage options to increase local recording capacity
  • Supports ONVIF Profile S
  • Manages up to 500,000 cardholders in local memory
  • Native intrusion zone functionality
  • FIPS 197 AES 256 network encryption
  • Included in Tyco Security Products Cyber Protection Program to help reduce risk of vulnerabilities

Tyco Receives Safety Act Designation for C•CURE 9000 and iSTAR Controllers

Safety Act DesignationTyco International PLC received Safety Act designation for Software House C•CURE 9000 and iSTAR controllers. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Safety Act provides important legal liability protections for providers of Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technologies – whether they are products or services.

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The goal of the SAFETY Act is to encourage the development and deployment of effective anti-terrorism products and services by providing liability protections. A rigorous review of the products, our development processes, documentation, training, tech support, and more is required in order to receive the designation.

Click here to learn more about the Safety Act.