Extend Video Surveillance to Branch Offices Using Your IP Network

By Cisco Systems
Published 2008; Posted July 2008


Abstract:


In many enterprises, physical security departments are making a notable transition: from traditional analog and proprietary systems for video surveillance to open, digital solutions based on IP networking technologies. This transition arises from the limitations of traditional systems and the opportunities offered by IP networks for reducing costs, improving surveillance capabilities, and gaining new value from physical security operations.

 

In this white paper, both network and physical security managers can discover:

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Limitations of traditional video surveillance solutions, due to isolated, disparate systems that are not integrated with other network resources

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How network-based capabilities improve the efficiency and flexibility of physical security operations across an enterprise, as well as how video can be linked with other branch applications

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The Cisco Integrated Video Surveillance Solution for the Cisco 3800 and 2800 Series Integrated Services Routers, which deliver multiple network services in branch offices and other remote sites; and the Cisco Empowered Branch framework, which unifies services at the branch office to reduce operational complexity

 

 

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