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IP Camera Market Size and Growth Examined

One of the most hotly debated topics is the size and growth of IP cameras - both because of future potential and the corresponding fear of analog's death. In this note, we examine various growth projections and provide recommendations on how to best make use of these forecasts.

Let's start with a review of key data points:


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