Arlo Launches Arlo SmartCloud SaaS Solution To Deliver Scaleable Security Cloud Services

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According to a new press release, “Arlo Technologies, Inc., the #1 internet connected camera brand, today announced Arlo SmartCloud™, a SaaS version of its Arlo Smart service platform that is currently deployed as part of Arlo’s award-winning security camera solutions. Arlo SmartCloud is a fully managed robust global platform of innovative capabilities built for security, scalability and reliability that can be easily deployed as part of advanced subscription services for hardware companies, automotive companies, service providers, insurance companies, home builders, smart communities, smart cities, traditional security companies, and other related verticals. Arlo SmartCloud™ is professionally managed by industry experts, easy to use, and boasts flexibility for end-to-end live streaming, storage, and computer vision.”

The release continues, “Arlo SmartCloud brings numerous innovative and robust features to any connected image or video ecosystem including: (1) Computer Vision: A low latency computer vision pipeline compatible with numerous compression and container formats to support real-time vision and video-enabled apps. (2) Multi-Object Detection: Simultaneous object detection based on proprietary machine learning such as person, package, vehicle, animal, or custom requested objects. (3) Audio Analysis: Flexible audio analysis to determine security or other events. (4) Real Time, 2-Way Communications: Multiple audio and video communication features including full SIP-based, VoIP quality communication between end points. (5) E911: Fully integrated Enhanced 911 services on per location basis. (6) Scaled Platform Services: A proven, scaled and high-performance platform for real-time events, encode/decode, encryption, analytics, secure storage and streaming currently handling more than 150 million transactions per day in over 200 countries around the world.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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