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Bandwidth usage calculation to host Microseven network camera your own

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Bandwidth usage calculation to host Microseven network camera your own. To host your IP camera on your own website, it is free. License is free of charge.

Your ISP service you the bandwidth 4 MB download speed, says 4 MB bandwidth you have from ISP, then 4X 1024 is equal to 4096 KB.
Microseven camera streaming if you set it up as 256 kbps, then it is 256 Kbps / 8 is equal to 32 kb.
Based on your local ISP service, bandwidth the maximum connection is equal to [4096/32] 128.
Total connection of users is 128 persons at same moment hit your video as great quality.

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August 29th, 2012 at 10:56 am

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Microseven Camera Companion

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1. HDTV image quality
2. Viewing apps for iPhone, iPad and Android
3. Direct recording on each camera’s SD card (32 GB SanDisk Micro SDHC)
4. Quick installation
5. Many cameras to choose from
6. Minimum support
7. Encoder support for analog cameras
8. Future-proof scalability for add-on sales
9. Cameras powered over the network
10. No DVR needed

Growing your digital surveillance business has never been this easy.

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August 23rd, 2012 at 10:26 pm

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Microseven M7CMS full version 3.458 (released on 8/22/2012)

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Microseven M7CMS full version 3.458 (released on 8/22/2012)

Changes has been made, to allow HD 720p M7 network camera in presets cruise compatible with regular D1 optical PTZ network camera using M7CMS v3.458.

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August 23rd, 2012 at 12:08 am

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Microseven M7CMS full version 3.457 HD (released on 8/10/2012)

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Microseven M7CMS full version 3.457 HD (released on 8/10/2012)

It has released for Microseven HD 720p H.264 Megapixel CCD Outdoor 18X PTZ High Speed Dome Network Camera / M7-HSDDN720HD-CCD-18X camera.

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August 10th, 2012 at 1:01 am

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