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
Every part of an IP system interacts with all system components, affecting its quality and performance. Understanding bandwidth restrictions and shared power requirements is critical when deploying a successful IP video security system.
May 25, 2009
Torrence Sound Equipment Co. in Ohio provided its long-time Toledo health-care client with a 160-camera digital video solution worthy of its new state-of-the-art campus tower. The company proved its mettle by integrating years-old existing infrastructure and working within tight budget constraints.
By Rodney Bosch · February 28, 2009
A lot of information (some say disinformation) swirls around the wider adoption of IP ...
December 31, 2008
September 30, 2008
OnSSI has combined its IP camera control capabilities with StarDot Technologies’ megapixel imaging technology, facilitating monitoring and minimizing bandwidth requirements.
January 02, 2008