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April 07, 2022

NViS 14162: Innovative SoC Product – The Hyperefficient Desktop NVR Appliance

The Trend

Driven by the generational evolution and the gradual maturity of nanotechnology, the performance of SoC has been improved today. In the NVR desktop market, the demand for image storage and playback applications has always been emphasized. Whereas, screen resolution and the local display; limited to 2M 1080P/30FPS, with performance display ranging from 4ch~8ch, has always been neglected. However, ever since the introduction and the rapid growth in popularity of the upper monitor 4K screens, consumers are gradually becoming more attentive toward display decoding performance and its support to the standalone desktop NVR. With high-resolution screens becoming more common today, users are eager to swap for a standalone desktop NVR that can offer 4K high-definition output, producing a more effective image output.

 

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NViS 14162 Innovative SoC Product - The Hyperefficient Desktop NVR Appliance

The Challenge

Due to most recent SoCs basically only supporting 2M 1080P/30FPS 4~8 cameras, users or installers applying a mix and match/mixture of 8+ cameras (4K, fisheye, 2M) will need to choose either to utilize x86 basic Pentium® or Core™ i3 processors. Nowadays, for a standalone SoC NVR to achieve such configuration, camera resolution and frame rate will need to be tuned down. Otherwise, a higher performance/core level x86 will be required to achieve this application. Unfortunately, display support is not the strength of the standalone SoC NVR, not to mention supporting a large-sized TV. Therefore, most standalone desktop NVRs are currently facing this limitation.

 

NViS 14162 - Application scenario

Solution

Facing challenge of complex, 8ch 2M 1080P camera applications as well as high definition streaming output of monitor, NEXCOM is proud to announce – NViS 14162, the entry NVR. This system is equipped with Intel® Pentium® J6426 Quad Core 2.0GHz on-die integrated processor, combined with the state of the art 10nm compute and graphics technologies GEN11–LP GT. It is able to support advanced graphics technology, delivering outstanding media performance of a display resolution at 4096 x 2160@60Hz. Such technology has also been applied into the significantly more powerful Intel® Core™ processors of the 10th Generation (Ice Lake). Therefore, the 2D/3D rendering ability of the Elkhart Lake will not be too far behind, when compared to Intel® Generation 6 (core name: Skylake) Core™ i3-6100. The performance results between Intel® Core™ i3-6100 3.70 GHz and Intel® Pentium® processor J series 6426 are shown in Table I.

 

In terms of superior decoding capabilities, NEXCOM’s NViS 14162 is only 1ch off in comparison to Intel® Core™ i3-6100, at 1080P 2M@30FPS. The real-time display results between Intel® Core™ i3-6100 3.70GHz and Intel® Pentium® processor J series 6426 are shown in Table II. For enhanced overall performance, NEXCOM’s NViS 14162 use 0.625W per port per channel, which is significantly more efficient in comparison to Intel® Core™ i3-6100’s 3W per port per channel. The wattage comparison results between Intel® Core™ i3-6100 3.70 GHz and Intel® Pentium® processor J series 6426 are shown in Table III.

 

TABLE I
BENCHMARK BY PASSMARK PERFORMANCE TEST 10.1

Intel® Core™ i3-6100 Processor
(formerly Skylake)
Intel® Pentium® Processor J6426
(formerly Elkhart Lake)
DUT#1
DUT#2
Pass Mark Rating
2357
Pass Mark Rating
2063.8
CPU Mark
4490
CPU Mark
4218.5
2D Graphics Mark
372.1
2D Graphics Mark
324.9
3D Graphics Mark
1075.2
3D Graphics Mark
975.5
Memory Mark
2795.6
Memory Mark
1922.3
Disk Mark
4177.4
Disk Mark
3876.5

 

 

TABLE II
BENCHMARK BY MILESTONE XPROTECT PRODUCTS 2019 R2 [64-BIT]

Intel® Core™ i3-6100 Processor
(formerly Skylake)
Intel® Pentium® Processor J6426
(formerly Elkhart Lake)
Resolution
Codec
Frame Rate/30FPS
Resolution
Codec
Frame Rate/30FPS
Live View + Recording at 8M
(4K, 3840 x 2160)
H.264
7ch
Live View + Recording at 8M
(4K, 3840 x 2160)
H.264
5ch
Live View + Recording at 2M (1080p,1920 × 1080)
H.264
17ch
Live View + Recording at 2M
(1080p,1920 × 1080)
H.264
16ch
Live View + Recording at 2M (720p, 1980 × 720)
H.264
24ch
Live View + Recording at 2M
(720p, 1980 × 720)
H.264
19ch

 

 

TABLE III
WATTAGE COMPARISON RESULTS

Intel® Core™ i3-6100 Processor
(formerly Skylake)
Intel® Pentium® Processor J6426
(formerly Elkhart Lake)
Watts (TDP)
51W
10W
Resolution
2M (1080p, 1920 x 1080)@17ch
2M (1080p, 1920 x 1080)@16ch
Per Channel Per Watts
3W
0.625W

 

Conclusion

The Intel® Pentium® SoC offering sophisticated performance with low-power consumption is the key in fulfilling the demand of the desktop NVR market. Since, numerous NVR applications are required to operate 24/7, power consumption is one of the biggest issue in the Standalone NVR field. Moreover, ESG is becoming a widely discussed topic as more and more global companies are adopting or becoming aware of its importance. To provide an example of the advantage NViS 14162 can bring, we assume a yearly sales volume of 350k units with each unit saving 40watts/day; this will result in a whopping 14,000k watts/day conserved. NEXCOM’s NViS 14162 – consuming less power while delivering high performance, ultimately generating maximum value and efficiency; a breakthrough in users’ perception and redefining the entry level segment.

 

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