UK manufacturer of the Wavestore range of video recorders, able to record from analogue, IP and Megapixel cameras simultaneously. Our DVR, NVR and HVR recording solutions supports Wavelet, M-JPEG, MxPEG, MPEG-4 and H.264 protocols. Key features include the easy ability to rapidly locate, select and copy crucial video evidence to CD, DVD or USB, and our Free 'n' Easy remote client software that is straightforward to install. For applications small, large or distributed, Wavestore is designed to integrate with alarm, access control systems and other “third party” equipment.

Serviced Areas

  • United Kingdom and Internationally

Contact Details

  Website
  City Hayes
  Postcode UB4 0LE
  Address Unit 1 Hayes Metro Centre, Springfield Road
  Phone Number 020 8756 5480

From Our Website

Technology that can virtually eliminate data loss. HyperRAID is a unique technology developed in-house which provides ultra-reliable video recording and playback. This effectively eliminates the possibility of data loss in a very cost-effective manner, as well as providing performance levels unattainable using conventional hardware RAID controllers. Our latest release offers enhanced features that aim to improve efficiencies both at personnel levels and at a software level. With the 6:24 update, we've introduced the ability to see multiple instances of a search result on one screen, significantly increased event rule capabilities and included a smarter way to export and back up data.


Our highly secure open-platform Video Management Software enables you to manage video from any type of camera from any leading brand including the latest 4K, 360° and multi-sensor formats, mixing live and recorded views on the same screen at the same time, to provide enhanced situational awareness. For organisations that require a comprehensive security solution, Wavestore can unlock the full potential of integration by supporting and interacting with your preferred access control, intelligent video analytics, intruder and perimeter detection technologies, to name but a few.