Maximizing network bandwidth begins with consulting with IT personnel.
By Bob Stockwell · September 03, 2013
Vector Security has teamed up with Spacenet Inc., a data network services provider, to offer managed network services to its national accounts and retail customers.
January 18, 2012
Megapixel cameras, Internet streaming, file transfers ... what do all these things have in common? They take up large amounts of bandwidth on a network.
October 31, 2010
A question that comes up extremely frequently in my travels is whether or not IP video equipment should travel on the same network as other business systems such as E-mail, Internet, etc.
August 05, 2010
In this converged, digital age, bandwidth (the maximum amount of data that can be sent along a transmission medium) has become one of our most precious resources.<
February 28, 2010
Samsung Techwin America of Carson, Calif., releases its 16-channel SVR-1670C DVR with H.264 compression technology. According to the company, the product fulfills the need for a lower bandwidth, lower storage and lower cost solution.
SSI Staff · November 04, 2009
Denver Int'l Airport (DIA) recently installed an IP video surveillance solution from Genetec to secure its 53-square-mile facility.
October 05, 2009
It isn't news that the Convergence Wave opened up a variety of ways to move video over long distances. As long as sufficient network bandwidth is available, a video stream can be sent literally around the world.
August 31, 2009
Anyone who has ever worked in operations or technical support can tell you some interesting stories about meeting the demands of sales personnel who are selling the "latest and greatest" IP devices.
July 31, 2009
The transition from analog to network video cameras changes the rules of image resolution. "Standard" network video (also known as VGA or Video Graphics Array, and roughly equivalent to what users were accustomed to with analog technology standards) is still the most common definition for network cameras, but higher resolutions are possible using today's megapixel technology.
July 13, 2009