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“The storage” behind intelligent video surveillance

“Telcos can sell to their mobile phone subscribers 1TB to 2TB of storage. The subscribers then install IP cameras which will feed surveillance content continuously into the storage and [these content can be streamed to] their mobile phones,” said Low. “The recommended frame rate for such surveillance is 16fps although 30fps is ideal but more storage is required the higher the frame rate. [At 16fps,] this will take probably a couple of hundred megabytes of storage a day.”

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Source: Storage Asia/Khoo Boo Leong



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