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Presented by Western Digital, this paper reviews the many ways to store digital video surveillance data. Learn why hard disk drives remain the most viable choice for most applications.


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The security surveillance market is changing. A system that simply solves today’s problems is not enough. Integrators need to make choices that provide customers an upgrade path that is forward-compatible with IP architecture. April 12, 2009

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