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Direct to Storage Tutorial

Edge storage is hot. While attention centers on SD cards, that is not the only way to eliminate VMS servers. Another powerful tool in recording 'direct to storage' is to connect IP cameras to NAS appliances without any VMS server in between. In th...

By John Honovich - about 8 years ago

The Next Big Thing 2012

In the past 5 years, megapixel IP cameras have sweeped the surveillance industry, changing the landscape and expectations of security users. While megapixel IP use will continue to grow, it has become quite expected. Looking ahead 5 years from no...

By John Honovich - about 8 years ago

Video Surveillance Buyer's Guide 2012

With so many manufacturers and so many new products, deciding what products to buy can be overwhelming. Last year, to make this easier, we released our first ever Video Surveillance Buyer's Guide - a huge success. Now, we are updating the guide to...

By John Honovich - over 8 years ago

Top Trend - Edge Storage Test

The top technology trend for Spring 2012 is edge storage, as selected by your fellow IPVM readers. While edge storage has slowly evolved it had never made a big push to the 'core' of the video surveillance market. Now, with a major boost by Axis p...

By John Honovich - over 8 years ago

Winners Losers Spring 2012

Now that the dust has settled from the product announcements of the last month, we can better understand the impact on the overall video surveillance market. Trends Here's the biggest three trends we see out of nearly 50 new product announcement...

By John Honovich - over 8 years ago

Bosch Edge Recording Reviewed

Quietly and for a number of years, Bosch has offered edge and direct to storage surveillance solutions. Before Axis, Bosch already had a free 'no VMS' edge recording offering. Now Bosch is adding 3rd party camera support. In this note, we will ove...

By Ethan Ace - over 8 years ago

Aimetis Edge Recording Reviewed

Continuing the trend of edge recording, Aimetis has announced support for this in version 6.10 of their Symphony VMS software, allowing cameras to write to on-board storage or NAS drives when the connection to the server is interrupted. In this no...

By Ethan Ace - over 8 years ago

ExacqVision Edge Recording Reviewed / Tested

Edge recording is a big trend at ISC West 2012 with Axis's Camera Companion release generating a lot of debate. Now, VMS povider Exacq has released their own edge recording offering that allows IP cameras to act as fully-featured Exacq recorders. ...

By Ethan Ace - over 8 years ago

SD Card For Surveillance Tutorial

Axis's VMS elimination solution uses SD cards to store video on the camera. This makes SD card selection and specification a key part of a surveillance design. In this note, we examine SD cards, key criteria and descibe which types to best apply. ...

By Brian Rhodes - over 8 years ago

Axis Camera Companion (ACC) Released 2012

No more VMS? That's the plan for Axis's new Camera Companion (ACC). The 800-pound IP camera gorilla has taken aim at the low end of surveillance, looking to displace analog cameras in the sub-16 camera market segment. Not only free, it eliminates ...

By Ethan Ace - over 8 years ago

Favorite Surveillance Storage Type

When selecting storage for an IP surveillance system, there are four standard options: internal / direct-attached storage (DAS), network-attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SAN), and on-camera edge storage. All of these have a place in ...

By Ethan Ace - over 8 years ago

Axis Edge Storage Enhancements Examined

While on board storage has been available in IP cameras for years, for most manufacturers, including Axis, it was practically useless as it could not be effectively integrated and managed remotely. In September 2011, Axis announced a significant i...

By Ethan Ace - about 9 years ago

Testing: Edge Recording (Genetec Trickling)

Edge recording is one of the most promising emerging video surveillance technologies. In many scenarios, it is highly desirable to record video (at least temporarily) on the camera. For instance: You have a remote site that only needs a few cam...

By Benros Emata - over 9 years ago

Testing Decentralized / Edge Recording (Mobotix / MxControlCenter)

What if you could eliminate your VMS servers and get your video management software for free? That's the value proposition behind Mobotix's IP video surveillance solution. They refer to this architecture as 'decentralized' in contrast to 'centrali...

By John Honovich - over 10 years ago

VMS Redundancy Through SD Cards

March Network's enhanced storage management features includes a means to provide simple and inexpensive VMS redundancy. View the announcement for an overview and a whitepaper for details [link no longer available] (registration required). Video c...

By John Honovich - almost 11 years ago

Enhanced Video Storage Management

March Networks announced 2 significant advances in managing storage from IP cameras. These have an important impact on video surveillance design and are currently supported by a limited number of manufacturers. Called Shadow Archiving, on-board...

By John Honovich - about 11 years ago

SD Card's Future for Video Surveillance Storage

SD cards are gaining attention as their use in the consumer world for digital cameras, smartphones and laptops increases significantly. In the video surveillance market, it is becoming increasingly common for IP cameras to support SD cards and, wi...

By John Honovich - about 11 years ago

IQinVision On-Board Storage/Recording

Certain IQinVision cameras can record locally without the need for network bandwidth or a third party management system. Their Event Recording System solution is offered as a kit with storage and software license bundled together. It will be a mod...

By John Honovich - over 11 years ago

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