Thought Leadership: David Charney on High Resolution Video

Posted by Amy Hite on September 7, 2015

This video is now featured on the Stealth Monitoring web site along with Mr. Charney's full response.

David Charney is President of Stealth Monitoring. He was a featured speaker in the Time Warner Cable conference The New Network #newnettransform.

Host Mr. Kennedy asked David Charney "High resolution video takes up a huge amount of space and bandwidth. How does that affect the video service provider who’s got to receive process and manage it? Are client locations typically set up to send that volume of data back to the provider?"

David Charney replied "Video does take a ton of space and bandwidth. Just to give you some metrics, given 1.3 megapixel IP camera can produce up 10 Mbps worth of video content. When our average client installs anywhere from 30 to hundreds of cameras, they can’t even order an internet connection at that point that can stream all in real time at full quality." Read more of his response.

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