The tech world is always hearing about some merger or another, or the acquisition of a small company by a bigger company. But the recent news about Eagle Eye Networks enveloping Panasonic Cameramanager and Panasonic Nubo is a big deal in the video surveillance world. Why, you ask? The answer is simple, and it boils down to big changes in the European market and the overall international footprint of Eagle Eye Networks. The acquisition means a bigger, better European support team and expanded tools for end-users.
“Our dealers in Europe have responded with overwhelming support for this acquisition. It will greatly enhance our sales and support efforts in the European market,” said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks, in a company press release. “The strong and experienced team in cloud video surveillance at our new Eagle Eye EMEA Headquarters will make it possible for us to provide a tremendous level of support to all of our dealers in the region.”
The newly renamed Eagle Eye Cameramanager will allow for more expandability and security, with options including camera-to-cloud connectivity and intelligent alerts. Furthermore, the newly renamed Eagle Eye NuboCam will offer better connectivity for mobile device use, two way audio and smart detection features. For you—the end-user—the results are more options and better flexibility than ever before. NuboCam’s improved LTE accessibility offers users a better experience when accessing live feeds through a mobile device—like a smartphone or tablet.
If a larger network fits the bill for your business, the Eagle Eye Security Camera VMS can offer you the ability to manage between three and 200 cameras in one network, which is a vastly broader range than that of the Eagle Eye Cameramanager, which caps out at only three cameras. At the present time, the Eagle Eye Network can support more than 1,000 digital cameras, 10,000 analog cameras and more than 10 years of video footage, making it an ideal choice for large companies or businesses and industries running in camera-heavy environments.
The deal also comes with a new addition to the suite of globally distributed Eagle Eye data centers, bringing the sum total to eight stretching from the U.S. states of California and Texas to the country of Japan. With video being the data-heavy medium that it is, it’s no wonder that fast, reliable and safe data centers are key to the successful and secure operation of any connected surveillance systems in Phoenix. In addition, without the appropriate storage backbone, live feeds may be clunky, slow and lag far behind a live event, which is not ideal.
What are your thoughts about all you’ve just read? Whether we like it or not, technology is forever evolving—and this includes surveillance systems in Phoenix. This is all the more reason to possess a clear understanding of the security surveillance world, and the industry as a whole. Don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable team anytime at Southwest System Monitoring, Inc. to learn more about the services and products we offer.
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