The software is now offered at three levels: ViconNet JUMP, ViconNet ZONE and ViconNet PEAK. All versions are open-platform, supporting third-party ONVIF-compliant cameras.
ViconNet JUMP supports up to 6 network cameras. Free software may be download from the company’s website, here. There are no per-cameras licensing fees. Compact, low-cost, pre-loaded NVRs are also available.
ViconNet ZONE is offered at two levels, supporting either a maximum of 16 or 24 network cameras. Designed for mid-sized systems, competitively priced ViconNet ZONE may be purchased as software only, pre-loaded NVRs, or as part of bundled packages that combine a pre-loaded NVR with a selection of IP cameras.
Both ViconNet JUMP and ViconNet ZONE offer all the features and functionality of enterprise-scale ViconNet but can only operate as a single NVR system. Users of these smaller systems maintain the ability to integrate with third-party access control software and make use of Vicon’s virtual matrix display solution. Remote access is available through a convenient browser-based interface.
Enterprise-scale ViconNet has been rebranded as ViconNet PEAK and continues to offer support for systems of unlimited size.
“With the launch of ViconNet JUMP and ZONE, we look forward to reaching a whole new group of end-users, whose security needs are just as critical but must be supported by lower budgets,” comments Bret McGowan, Vicon's Senior V.P. of Sales and Marketing.