Magazine Article | March 18, 2011

Business Solutions Integrator's Guide To DVRs/NVRs Video Storage

Recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan of the IP (Internet Protocol) video surveillance storage market reveals that the technology segment is estimated to grow to $2.95B in 2013. "The falling prices of hard disk drives, as well as increasing demand from government and gaming sectors as they replace analog systems with IP surveillance, drives this market," says Frost & Sullivan research analyst George C. Paul. "Further, the advent of Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA), used for transferring data between hard disk and computer, makes IP video surveillance storage systems relatively less complex."