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Video Lifecycle Management conference

TimeSight Systems : 10 February, 2009  (Technical Article)
TimeSight Systems attends Pasadena Conference Centre today to provide some insight into video lifecycle management in presentation entitled "Megapixels without Mega-Storage"
TimeSight Systems will be providing unique information and insights into Video Lifecycle Management (VLM) technologies in a live presentation titled "Megapixels Without Mega-Storage" from 2:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m. Tuesday, February 10 at the IP-in-Action LIVE Security Technology Forum. Held in the Pasadena, California Conference Centre, this IP User Group sponsored forum will feature several security industry experts including George Mele, vice president of Marketing, TimeSight Systems to discuss the most relevant strategies in today's evolving security market.

"Most companies trying to review stored video surveillance footage find that it is unusable due to grainy image clarity or that it has been purged altogether after a month due to storage cost constraints," said Mele. "This session explores some of the challenges in managing the ever growing clarity, size and retention times of video surveillance data and how consumers and vendors need to change their approaches when evaluating Network Video recorder systems to effectively balance cost and risk."

Mele will introduce the audience to a proven and innovative video storage management practice known as VLM. VLM is the practice of reducing the cost of storing video surveillance data as its risk and value to the business decline over time. VLM enables the use of higher image quality images and longer retention times, without "breaking the video storage bank."
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