Looking at the disadvantages of analog CCTV can best highlight the advantages of IP video. In many ways traditional coax or fiber based video systems are limited. Installation costs over large areas are prohibitive and the number of monitoring stations is limited due to the investment required to replicate costly switching infrastructure. The analog matrix is the component that provides control room flexibility for analog CCTV systems, but this too cannot be easily expanded without adding new hardware and it is location dependent. Therefore overall scalability, i.e. the cost of expansion, is poor. Even though the introduction of DVRs has improved the recording capabilities of analog CCTV, these too are limited. They have to be physically installed near the analog matrix, and frame rate and image quality is often compromised. Businesses need a single, scalable, integrated solution, which provides high-quality video surveillance across any number of their offices or sites – this is what IP Video delivers.
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