The role of storage in video surveillance systems has evolved, from a means of preserving evidence to an evidence search tool, and soon as the main data repository for predictive analytics. Old analog systems are now being replaced with massive multi-camera IT systems.
Necessary storage volumes keep growing as video resolutions increase. 1K, 4K, and 8K megapixel cameras require such gigantic storage space that network video recorders (NVRs) can hardly handle more than a handful of them simultaneously.
This Quantum white paper explains how you can efficiently circumvent this situation, showing a progressive migration path from current state-of-the-art IP video solutions, up to tomorrow’s storage-centric architectures.
- Typical VMS Architectures
- Issues With NVRs
- Uses Of Video Analytics And Its Impact On Storage
- The Benefits Of Multi-tier Storage
- The Future Of Video Recording
Modern Tools To Achieve Excellence In Video Security
Is The Cloud Ready?
Storage Technologies For Video Surveillance And Impact On VMS Performance
Edge Storage With Flexible Retrieval