December 17, 2013

The Tipping Point for Video Surveillance

  • A Webtorials Thought Leadership Discussion
  • Featuring Avaya

2014 will mark the tipping point for Video Surveillance. IP-based cameras will outpace analog-based cameras and become the new norm. Is your IP network ready or are you struggling to realize the full potential of modern surveillance technology because of underlying network limitations?

This podcast/transcript discusses the challenges and opportunities that the transition to IP will create. It addresses the most common problems with current IP networks and how Avaya is leveraging new standards-based technologies -- to deliver a simpler network built to handle the demands of IP video surveillance. 

  •  A network that is easier to configure and troubleshoot
  •  A network that can scale to support the largest surveillance requirements
  •  A network with lightning fast re-convergence times ensuring always-on surveillance footage 

The old way of networking, loaded with complexity, is OUT. The new way of networking, making your life easier, is IN.



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