Video surveillance has evolved not only in its application, but also in its deployment. This paper reviews the evolution of video surveillance, including the emergence of the fourth generation of video surveillance systems. These systems are realized through an open, standards-based,
IP-network-centric functional and management architecture. As a network-centric company, Cisco Systems® has enabled the migration of many applications and systems onto a converged infrastructure, such as mainframe computing and telephony. As a global enterprise organization, Cisco® has developed and adopted a network-centric system architecture that meets the extensive requirements for a world-class video surveillance system. Hence, Cisco is in a position to offer recommendations on how to build third- and fourth-generation video surveillance systems. This document shares the business case for adopting such architectures.
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