If you have ever needed to remotely eyeball a property and record and replay events that might happen there, then you know there are two kinds of video networks – signal based and packet based. Signal based video networks are good for inexpensively capturing video on a premise and storing it for future playback.
Packet based video networks are functionally the same, only they offer higher image resolution and complete flexibility over how and when video images are captured, stored, retrieved, and archived. Oftentimes, a great solution combines the cost effectiveness of a signal-based network with the flexibility of a packet-based network.
General Packet has the experience to offer both alternatives and the know how to architect a solution that meets your budget and your needs.
Call the General Packet Sales Team at 866-498-7386 for a quote on your next video surveillance solution.