New VIGIL CLOUD video offering leverages Amazon Web Services IoT services and highlights company’s continued industry leadership in innovation and growth
3xLOGIC, a provider of integrated, intelligent security solutions today announced the new VIGIL CLOUD, a cloud platform that leverages Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure and Internet of Things (IoT) services to create a highly-secure, scalable solution for collecting, processing, and analyzing video data to empower users with unique, actionable insights into their business.
3xLOGIC’s cloud offering benefits from AWS’s proven and secure infrastructure to bring its customers a scalable and easy-to-use cloud recorded solution. “3xLOGIC is changing the approach to video. We’ve reimagined the way we manage and store video in the cloud. Developing this Cloud platform with AWS services and infrastructure enables 3xLOGIC to focus on creating differentiated solutions for our customers, while ensuring them a secure platform for their data needs today and far into the future,” said Brad McMullen, General Manager of 3xLOGIC.
“At AWS, we constantly try to invent on behalf of our customers, and it has been great working with an organization that shares those values. We look forward to seeing the impact the VIGIL CLOUD platform has on organizations across the globe seeking secure solutions for managing the collection, storage, and processing of video data at scale, and to continue working with the 3xLOGIC team on future innovations,” said Aditya Krishnan, Head of Amazon Kinesis Video and Data Streams.
The 3xLOGIC VIGIL CLOUD platform is currently completing beta testing and will be commercially available in Q3. 3xLOGIC will be demonstrating this new revolution in CLOUD video security along with the newest additions to its ecosystem of scalable solutions to meet any business need during a webinar series kicking off May 14th, 2020 at 11 am EST. To reserve your place at this event, please visit: https://3xlogic.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aQvkOfmORtaYeCbn5NpnEA
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