Get new research on the $1bn+ market for enterprise and IP storage used for video surveillance.
The video surveillance industry must accommodate a rising tide of data storage requirements. The proportion of higher resolution surveillance cameras shipped is increasing. Data retention times and the use of video surveillance footage in applications other than security are also mounting. These and other factors are stimulating demand for scalable, flexible data storage products that can cope with the challenging requirements of modern video surveillance systems. In response, more vendors are addressing the specialized needs of this market.
Building on the previous edition, our new research analyzes the latest changes in the market for video surveillance storage. This report provides a valuable, up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of the market and five-year outlook, with critical data and competitive intelligence for investors, equipment manufacturers, software vendors, system integrators, cloud service providers, telcos, consultants and end users, as well as anyone interested in the video surveillance systems market.
Key issues addressed:
- What is the size of the global market for enterprise and IP storage used for video surveillance?
- Which regional and end-user industries will grow the fastest over the next five years?
- Which types of storage solutions will be the most popular over the forecast period?
- How will these key trends affect the market:
- Increasing camera resolution
- Extended retention times
- Higher-density storage devices
- Multiple uses of video surveillance
- Use of video for evidence
- Who are the largest manufacturers in the market, by region and by storage solution type?
- How will competition between IT vendors and video surveillance vendors develop?
- Frequency/time period: 5-year annual forecast, base year, market shares
- Measures: revenues, storage capacity shipped, ASP, market share estimates
- Geographic coverage: World, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Americas, China, Asia (excluding China)
- External and internal direct-attached storage
- Network-attached storage
- Storage area network
- Video surveillance recorders
- Segmentation: by country, end-user industry and virtualization
- Economic factors
- Video surveillance market
- Legislative/regulatory changes
- Competitive environment
- End-user requirements
- Video surveillance data retention
- Video analytics
- Storage media
- Data management software
Senior Analyst, Video Surveillance
Josh Woodhouse is one of the lead analysts covering the video surveillance equipment market at Omdia. Josh works on the industrial and medical technology group’s core report on the global video surveillance equipment market.