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North American IP Video Surveillance Storage Markets
Frost & Sullivan, February 2007, Pages: 51
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled North American IP Video Surveillance Storage Market provides an overview of the IP video surveillance storage market, the unit shipment and revenue forecasts for network video recorder (NVR) and digital video recorder (DVR) in the North American region, and profiles of leading participants in the market. In this research service, Frost & Sullivan's expert analysts thoroughly examine both NVR and DVR in the gaming, government, enterprise, retail, financial, healthcare, and education sectors.
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With an increase in public and private security concerns, the IP video surveillance market is expected to witness massive growth in the next few years. Directives such as Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD-12) have urged federal government agencies to invest in the IP video surveillance to upgrade security infrastructure. This is particularly so because IP surveillance enables real time video analytics. Besides, the fall in the price of hard disk drives (HDDs) and the higher video footage storage capabilities of IP video surveillance systems make a strong case to justify the cost of replacing older analogue networks with IP surveillance.
The increase in demand for IP video surveillance and growing competition due to new market entrants are in turn pressurizing key manufacturers to provide high-end components at relatively low price. "To allay such challenges, original equipment manufacturers are outsourcing components and OEM modules from Asian countries such as China, South Korea and Taiwan," says the analyst "This is proving to be cost effective for manufacturers, notching up profits."
Ramping Up of Security in Airport and Gaming Sectors Boosts Adoption of IP Video Surveillance
As IP network enables remote monitoring, there has been a considerable increase in the installation of IP video surveillance storage systems in casinos, airports, banks, hospitals and schools. "For instance, the 6 million square-feet, Wynn casino in Las Vegas is the single largest installation in terms of the number of IP cameras, in the last few years," says the analyst. "When it takes shape, the new World Trade Centre in New York too is expected to heavily utilize IP video surveillance." Overall, the market is all set to thrive with continuing demand for government and gaming applications.
Further, key participants are working to overcome the low awareness levels with respect to high-end technology such as Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI), which uses the TCP/IP network for data transfer. Through multiple training programs on IP surveillance for public and private sector organizations, vendors hope to allay concerns regarding IP surveillance –particularly among traditional security integrators.
The following technologies are covered in this research:
- Network video recorders (NVR): An embedded NVR / N-DVR is defined as a storage device that has a network or a hybrid (network and analogue) input
- Digital video recorders (DVR): An embedded DVR is defined as a storage device that has an analogue video input.
- Video analytics: Video analytics can drastically reduce the storage requirements for a surveillance system.
- Storage area network (SAN): The SAN topology can be considered as a separate network that runs parallel to the corporate network. This SAN would be connected to a server or a host of servers that would be the link between the data network and the storage network.
- Optical storage: The optical storage devices use a stack of optical storage medium usually DVDs to store video data. The advantages with an optical storage is that it can retain data longer than magnetic disks and it occupies less space for the same amount of storage. The optical storage solution is augmented by a flash based storage in order to facilitate storage of temporary data.
- Serial advanced technology attachment (SATA): SATA is a bus technology that is used for transferring data between the hard disk and the computer.
1. Executive Summary
2. Analysis of the Total North American IP Video Surveillance Storage Market
-1. Market Overview
--1. Market Overview and Definition
--2. Market Trends
--3. Market Forecasts
2. End-user Vertical Market Analysis
-5. Retail and Commercial
-7. Health Care
3. Competitive Analysis
-1. Analysis of the Competitive Landscape
-2. Competitive Profiles
-1. Decision Support Database
--1. Number of Airports
--2. Number of Retail Stores
--3. Number of Schools
--4. Number of Universities
--5. Number of Manufacturing Enterprises
--6. Number of Commercial Banks
--7. Number of Hotels and Restaurants
List of Figures
Total IP Video Surveillance Storage Market: NVR Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts (North America), 2003-2013
Total IP Video Surveillance Storage Market: DVR Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts (North America), 2003-2013
Total IP Video Surveillance Storage Market: Unit Shipment and Revenue Forecasts for Video Recorders (North America), 2003-2013
Total IP Video Surveillance Storage Market: Market Share by Application (North America), 2006
Decision Support Database: Total Number of Airports (World), 1999-2006
Decision Support Database: Number of Retail Stores in ’000 (World), 1999-2006
Decision Support Database: Number of Schools (North America), 1999-2009
Decision Support Database: Number of Universities & Colleges (North America), 1999-2009
Decision Support Database: Number of Manufacturing Enterprises in ’000 (World), 1999-2006
Decision Support Database: Number of Commercial Banks (World), 1999-2006
Decision Support Database: Number of Hotels and Restaurants in ’000 (World), 1999-2006