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Storage And Bandwidth Savings With Codec H.265 vs h.264 in Video Surveillance

In Video Surveillance the codecs that control the compression of video streams utilized by video surveillance cameras have tremendous impacts on the entire video surveillance system. They affect the storage capacity, network bandwidth and overall system performance. They are the single most important technological aspect of any video surveillance system, and thankfully they keep getting …

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GPU Hardware Acceleration Is Changing Video Surveillance

Hardware Accelerated Video Encoding in video surveillance recording servers delivers breakthrough performance at a dramatically lower price. GPU based video encoding (for recording servers) and decoding (for client side viewing) is the breakthrough modern video surveillance has been waiting for. The use of new GPU based video encoding solutions brings about 25% higher performance and …

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Security InfoWatch: What’s Trending in Enterprise Video Surveillance?

An excerpt of an article from Security InfoWatch magazine about the trends and changes coming for Enterprise Video Surveillance. (Full article here) The traditional methods that most enterprise-type organizations have managed their video surveillance systems no longer measure up to the pace of digitalization and the data tsunami most CSOs face on an almost minute-to-minute …

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Thin Provisioning Using Virtualization

Thin provisioning (TP) is a method of optimizing the efficiency with which the available space is utilized in storage area networks (SAN). TP operates by allocating disk storage space in a flexible manner among multiple users, based on the minimum space required by each user at any given time. In computing, thin provisioning involves using …

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Open-E JovianDSS is a DCS Awards 2018 Winner

The ZFS- and Linux-based data storage software has recently been voted a winner in the DCS Awards 2018. The awards recognize companies in the data center arena who have designed outstanding products or deliver exceptional services. The “Data Centre ICT Storage Product of the Year” category recognizes hardware and/or software products delivering specific data center …

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ONSSI Ocularis Leads the VMS Pack

Ocularis VMS from ONSSI From convenience stores to citywide deployments and everything in between, Ocularis can scale up to accommodate an infinite number of cameras to match your growing system needs. Ocularis lets you record video from both analog cameras and integrated IP network cameras. And it can become your Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) platform, …

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Backup And Restore Challenges In Today’s High Threat Environment

On & Off Site Data Protection Delivers Disaster Protection Collecting and processing data is part of every company to a certain extent. Some make a living with it, others just have their customer data, emails and notes digitized. They use them constantly and aren’t aware how existential it is to their work. DTI / Pricewaterhouse …

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Video Surveillance Encoding H.264 vs H.265 codecs

Conceived to boost video streaming, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), or H.265, is a video compression standard designed to substantially improve coding efficiency when compared to its precedent, the Advanced Video Coding (AVC), or H.264.  High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265 and MPEG-H Part 2, is a video compression standard, one of …

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New Realities of Security and Surveillance in Corrections

Article published in Security Today Magazine April issue.   Technology marches ever forward, lockstep with ‘Moore’s Law’. However the influx of technological change affects different industries in different ways. Some industries try to balance on the bleeding edge, seeking out competitive advantage and greater profits. Other industries find that good enough beats best if good …

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