Blog posts tagged as “Bandwith Management” (4 results)

Bandwidth Optimization White Paper

May 14, 2015

For organizations choosing to implement or expand an IP video surveillance system, the ability to efficiently manage video streams and storage is crucial to ensure the best use of the network and reduce costs associated with deploying and operating the system. … Read more

Tags:   Video Surveillance / Bandwith Management

Unicast, Multicast, or Both: What’s Right for You?

July 6, 2012     |    Author Francis Lachance

When it comes to video surveillance applications, there are usually two methods in which video is commonly streamed over a network, from the camera to its destination: unicast or multicast transmissions. The reality is that each video transmission method comes with its own pros and cons, and every installation’s functional requirements will dictate which transmission is best. … Read more

Tags:   Security / System Management / Video Surveillance / Bandwith Management / Omnicast

Video Trickling: an innovative edge storage solution

February 7, 2011     |    Author Jonathan Doyon

As with the Federation™ feature concept, Genetec has developed another great innovation, pushing edge recording to the next level with Video Trickling. Most edge recording or edge storage solutions only focus on uninterrupted recording, but do not necessarily offer new innovative ways to deploy IP video solutions. … Read more

Tags:   Cloud / New Features / Security Center / Bandwith Management / Edge Recording / Video Trickling

Omnicast requires less bandwidth than some competitiors

January 30, 2010     |    Author Jonathan Doyon

When designing IP Video Surveillance solutions, the cost storage has a big impact on the total cost of the project. If remote monitoring is a requirement, then bandwidth can become critical in your design. Integrators should be aware that not all VMS/NVR solutions are not born equals in terms of storage and bandwidth usage.We tend to believe that only the IP camera will dedicate how much bandwidth is required and not the VMS/NVR, but it’s not entirely true. … Read more

Tags:   Bandwith Management / H.264