IP Video Made Easy by ProQuest

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The third element is recording and storage. IP video sent over the network is fed to any number of viewing devices - whether a video wall, PC, or PDA - and to storage hardware that records and stores it. DVRs can accept IP video streams, but they offer limited storage capacities and scalability. Using standard Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) storage hardware, in combination with powerful video management software, can afford users flexible storage options and unlimited scalability for future expansion.

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