Cloud 3C Launches WiFiView3C Connect Powered by Adtran and Samsung
ORLANDO, FL: Cloud 3C, provider of communication and technology solutions for government agencies and organizations, has introduced their new product, WiFiView3C Connect which is power-driven by Adtran and Samsung.
Aimed to improve secure Wi-Fi and increase visual security, WiFiView3C Connect provides a managed solution over new or existing network and bandwidth. It features quality low light performance cameras, which gives clear images at night without IR LED; variety of bundles with essentials needed, and minimal upfront costs.
“WiFiView3C Connect meets the needs of clients looking for sophisticated wireless access and state of the art imaging that this solution provides. As an internet (IP) capable solution, one can see what is happening from his/her office, car, home, boat, train or plane on any device,” says Chris Caffers, VP Business Development & Strategy, Cloud 3C.
According to the company, it has chosen Adtran because its family of high-performance Wireless Access Points (AP’s) is the perfect fit for small, large and multi-site enterprises, who want to deploy secure wireless networks. While, Samsung’s WiseNet Lite family of products is best for reviewing incidents, preventing future occurrences, searching for children separated from their families and providing visual deterrents to crime. Also, the wide range of cameras offer visual inspection of exterior doors, interior spaces, poorly lit and dark areas; and highlights remote access to video, digital zoom for forensic review, license plate identification for parking lots. In addition, it gives organizations the ability to incorporate intelligent video analytics and reduce insurance premiums.
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