To estimate the memory needed for Nest cameras for fiscal year 2020, we must consider several factors, including the number of cameras, the resolution of the video being recorded, and the length of time that the video is stored. Assuming that we have 10,000 Nest cameras in operation, each recording at 1080p resolution, and that we want to store 30 days of footage, we can estimate the memory needed as follows: - Each minute of 1080p video footage requires approximately 100 MB of storage. - Each camera records 24 hours of footage per day, or 1,440 minutes. - Therefore, each camera requires approximately 144 GB of storage per day. - Multiply this by 30 days to get an estimate of 4.32 TB of storage needed per camera for the month. - Multiply this by 10,000 cameras to get an estimate of 43,200 TB of storage needed for the month. Of course, this is just a rough estimate, and additional factors such as compression and redundancy should be taken into account. However, this calculation provides a starting point for understanding the memory requirements for Nest cameras in fiscal year 2020.

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