Digital Image Processing,
Digital Photographic Imaging DEFINITION: A method of image editing in which a picture is scanned from an original document to digital information in the form of pixels that can be read and manipulated by a computer, and subsequently reformed as a visible image.
This case study highlights how utilizing purpose-built surveillance HDD video hard drives can help organizations overcome cost and performance limitations by offering features to optimize performance, save power and, most importantly, maintain and improve reliability in video surveillance applications.
This solution brief describes the Ocarina Solution, how it fits in to existing storage infrastructures, and provides an overview in to how Ocarina is able to optimize images for storage without giving up any image quality.
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