DELInstallations said:The Husky does not have the GO software installed on it.
I can't comment too much about the GO and how my coworkers are working around the archiving. I'd say the user functionality has to do with how many are logged in as clients at a time, that's the only logical way I could see it working. I believe that the 3 individual ways you can hit the server don't account for the single client restriction. I don't have it running on a machine to play with, I'm dealing with larger applications and don't have time to tinker like some of my coworkers.
$1500 for a server based NVR is cheap, especially if you're considering the software involved.
You have to keep in mind, analytics are not what you believe them to be when considering NVR's and functionality. Generally when you're looking at NVR's and software like this, analytics refer to motion detection and how that's configured. Analytics usually end up as a part of another software package.
I don't know that I'd call it cheap. It seems to be about the average price per the NVRs that I've looked at.
I'd much prefer the Linux based appliance (a la Husky), but can't justify the price to myself. Not when A) I've got hardware that exceeds their specifications and I could roll my own and B ) when the analog counterparts can be had for a fraction of that price. This is exactly the reason that I haven't bothered to switch to IP cameras yet...