With video resolutions on the rise, integrators are migrating to the latest H.265 standard to better optimize storage and bandwidth.
High-definition (HD) and 4K video surveillance cameras have become the new standard, offering enhanced image quality and monitoring. Yet with these improvements comes an increase in bandwidth, which can overwhelm the network and storage infrastructure.
Now a new video compression standard is gaining traction, with the promise of providing up to 50% in bandwidth and storage savings. And the good news for installers is that it’s protected against becoming obsolete with backwards compatibility as it gains wider acceptance.
H.265 compression and noise reduction technology assist in lowering overall costs for video surveillance solutions. This will become progressively imperative as organizations increasingly deploy systems that provide higher resolution data feeds, which can increase both bandwidth and storage requirements.
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