Video Compression

Video compression fundamentally involves condensing the data used to encode digital video content. It has a video compression codec that delivers the said benefits, without letting the video quality degrade. Video compression systems address impediments like high bandwidth costs and low-quality feeds for security and defense applications to monitor real-time video.


These systems can reduce bandwidth consumption by about 85-90 percent for live video streams. Some common applications of video compression include video surveillance, broadcasting, video-on-demand, and others.

Key Features

  • Bandwidth saved by 90 percent
  • Storage saving by 90 percent
  • Protection of data by encryption (AES – 256)
  • Easy Data Transfer
  • Real-time Video Streaming/ Compression with encryption
  • Non-real-time video compression with encryption
  • Significantly improved network performance

Verticals Served

Law Enforcement


Data Entries