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Why don't you just email one of the companies e.g. y3k.com
Depending on what cameras you want, e.g. D1, 720-HD or 1080-FullHD, you could use a number of IP CCTV NVRs and split into clusters of 25 cameras. This would give you higher resilience to single point failure.
Have a look at the IP offerings on the site I listed. I am sure if you went back for an official quote from them for a large system there would be a huge discount.
Suppose depends on your budget, and how effective you want the system to be.
They say the Windows Phone does perform marginally slower in some cases. Isn't Windows Phone allegedly in C++ and Android in Java? How come? Listening to MSDN one will believe Microsoft is obsessed with performance? How come it does so bad!
Maybe C++ isn't that good? C# isn't that fast? Java isn't that bad?!
(though I kind of try to forget my long past life as a Java developer, so maybe .. I should leave it at that...)
Yes you found them! Now what?!
Ok, it does say it's kind of minimal. But they make a list of little things which adds up!
While they might be biased against Windows Phone, I would have expected these particular little things to be good and in favor of Windows Phone! Turns out I was wrong!
You may have missed one important fact - well written code executes faster irrespective of the language.
Some good tight Java will outperform floppy C++. Also remember that Java uses compile ahead, so once the class and method is loaded it is compiled, so the real performance hit is skewed towards start-up and goes down during run-time.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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