Any software NVR (VMS) running on PC hardware. The CPUs used in these NVRs would be non-server grade (e.g., the Intel Core 2 Solo/Duo, Intel i3/5/7, or AMD Athlon/Sempron/Phenom). The VMS and PC hardware must be sold by the same vendor, usually the producer of the VMS software. The PC hardware can be general purpose or specially configured for video surveillance.
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