New exacqVision G-Series Micro from Johnson Controls Makes Cloud Video Storage Affordable and Accessible to Any Business

April 16, 2019

Johnson Controls has introduced exacqVision G-Series Micro, an cost-effective video recording solution designed for customers who want to leverage the enhanced accessibility and reliability of cloud video storage with low upfront costs.
A compact ‘gateway’ to the cloud, exacqVision G-Series Micro supports the newly released exacqVision Cloud Drive Storage, giving customers an economical option to store, access, and search critical surveillance video in the cloud from up to eight IP cameras. 
With a footprint as small as its price tag, the G-Series Micro can be easily mounted to a wall or in any covert location - ideal for retail shops, restaurants, banks and other small professional offices that do not have the space for a large video management system.  
The G-Series Micro is fully backed by a three-year hardware warranty, includes three years of free software updates for the exacqVision Professional VMS software which comes pre-installed on the device, and ships with two free professional IP camera licenses. Plus, the system’s fan-less convection cooling offers quiet, failure-resistant operation, and is ruggedized to handle environmental factors such as high temperatures and dust. It is perfect for businesses demanding zero disruption to operations.  
Visit for more information on the innovative exacqVision G-Series Micro that allows even the smallest businesses to leverage the cloud for their video storage needs without high upfront or ongoing costs.


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