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Intelligent Memory in the Video Surveillance Market

Did you know that SSDs (Solid State Drives) can greatly improve the performance of your video surveillance AI systems?

Traditional hard drives rely on physical spinning disks to access data, which can be slow and prone to failure. In contrast, SSDs use flash memory to store and access data, which is much faster and more reliable. This can be especially important in video surveillance systems, where quick access to large amounts of data is critical for real-time analysis and decision-making by AI algorithms.

Also an important aspect to consider is the SSD's lifespan. To estimate the lifespan of an SSD is to consider its rated endurance, which is the total amount of data that can be written to the drive over its lifetime. This is often expressed in terabytes written (TBW) or drive writes per day (DWPD). For example, an SSD with a TBW rating of 500 and a capacity of 500 GB would be able to sustain 500 TB of writes over its lifetime.

Another factor to consider is the warranty period offered by the manufacturer. Many SSDs come with a limited warranty that covers the drive for a certain number of years or a certain amount of data written.

That’s why it’s important to consult an expert who can help to calculate the requested lifespan for your application. This is where Intelligent Memory comes in!

In general, SSDs can last for many years if they are used and maintained properly. However, it is important to keep in mind that all drives will eventually fail, and it is a good idea to have a backup plan in place to protect your data, also for your storage data backups. Again, let's think Intelligent Memory!

So if you want to boost the efficiency and reliability of your video surveillance AI system, consider upgrading to SSDs!

Written by Derk Keuter.

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