Posted on 29-Sep-2005 21:18
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D-Link is introducing a new D-Link Internet Camera with 3G compatibility will be added to its line of IP surveillance products. The new camer offers the ability to view live video streams from a 3G cell phone.
The D-Link Wireless Internet Camera with 3G compatibility attaches to a home or small office network via a wired or wireless 802.11g/b connection and the live camera feed can then be pulled from the 3G cellular network by compatible cell phones with a 3GPP player.
The D-Link Wireless Internet Camera with 3G compatibility is a fixed lens camera supporting resolutions up to 640x480 pixels with user selectable JPEG or MPEG-4 compression rates.
The camera supports a wireless interface for attachment to any existing 802.11g or 802.11b wireless LAN as well as a 10/100Mbps Ethernet port for direct attachment to a wired network. In addition to cellular phone monitoring, the compatible formats of the D-Link 3GPP/ISMA Wireless Internet Camera also allow for playback on a network attached computer or media player.
The camera is also viewable from any Internet Streaming Media Alliance (ISMA) compatible device and offers support for RealPlayer 10.5 and QuickTime 6.5 viewing.
The D-Link Wireless Internet Camera with 3G compatibility comes bundled with free Windows-based surveillance software that can support monitoring and scheduled, motion triggered, or manual recording for up to 16 cameras.
The camera features an easy to use built-in web-based user interface. The D-Link Wireless Internet Camera with 3G compatibility supports both static and dynamic IP addressing as well as Dynamic Domain Name Services (DDNS) support that allows access to your camera without having to remember an IP address.