High Definition Stream Management – maximum scalability and bandwidth management - part 1

High Definition Stream Management – maximum scalability and bandwidth management - part 1

The scenario repeats itself all too often: the hourglass or spinning icon when accessing live or recorded video, waiting for the system to catch up. Slow, choppy and blurry video as it struggles to deliver required resolution and frame rate. These are the familiar symptoms of a video management system (VMS) unable to handle the demands of a growing high definition surveillance architecture.

To address the challenge of system scalability and bandwidth management, Avigilon has developed High Definition Stream Management (HDSM)™. HDSM™ is a proprietary stream management technology that drastically reduces server-client bandwidth requirements and makes optimal use of client computing resources, enabling greater scalability and increased camera resolution.

What's inside?

  • HDSM 2.0 for high-resolution imaging performance
  • Avigilon Control Center software
  • HDSM 2.0 for reduced server-client bandwidth requirements
  • Addressing challenge of scalability and bandwidth management
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