|By PR Newswire||
|September 5, 2014 02:10 AM EDT||
-- Smartvue Corporation, the leading company for cloud video surveillance technology, is providing the world ' s largest hard drive manufacturer with innovative new video surveillance solutions.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee, Sept. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Smartvue® Corporation has announced that it will provide video surveillance solutions for WD®. The solutions will expand the capabilities of the My Cloud™ EX2 and My Cloud™ EX4 NAS devices and allow them to also work as business grade video surveillance systems with cloud enabled features. WD customers will be able to connect video surveillance cameras to each NAS device.
"WD is expanding its services by providing its small business customers with a sophisticated business surveillance solution," said Jim Gregg, director of product marketing, WD. "Smartvue enables us to deliver a powerful video surveillance experience that helps our customers manage and protect their businesses."
This service will allow WD customers to leverage their NAS devices for surveillance storage and login remotely through the cloud on any smartphone, tablet or computer to view live or recorded surveillance video. Customers will also be able to set recording schedules, receive automated trigger alerts, enable motion detection and more.
"There is a tremendous demand among businesses for a video intelligence solution that uses cost effective NAS storage and provides both remote management tools and cloud-powered security," said Martin Renkis, founder and CEO of Smartvue Corporation. "We are excited to help WD meet that global demand with our elegantly simple Smartvue surveillance solutions."
About Smartvue Corporation
Smartvue Corporation's mission is to make the world a safer place with amazing surveillance technologies. Founded in 1998, Smartvue protects millions of people, places and assets worldwide every day by providing cloud video surveillance solutions for large enterprises and Video Platform as a Service (VPaaS) solutions for strategic partners worldwide. To learn more about Smartvue Corporation and its products, please visit Smartvue.com.
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