Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2013
ivideon, the world’s only cloud video surveillance system with data centers located around the world, is now available in the United States. Consumers can stream live video archives to data center locations available on the West and East coast.
“We are thrilled to launch ivideon in the United States, bringing our cloud video surveillance system to consumers, businesses, and investors alike,” said Vladimir Eremeev, ivideon’s managing partner. “We have many plans to continue advancing ivideon’s technology to make it the leading service starting with the United States and expanding it to the world.”
ivideon has established a full publicity campaign in the U.S. incorporating a newly designed English language website as well as key social media platforms Facebook and Twitter. This plays into ivideon’s feature, ivideon TV, where live feeds can be made public and shared to websites, blogs, as well as social media.
With ivideon compatible with all video cameras, the United States is the perfect country to launch the ivideon surveillance system for their mass consumer market. ivideon has noticed the abounding technology industry and wealth of venture capitalists seeking such innovative technology. Creating opportunities for partnerships with leading Internet and cellular providers, ivideon can offer them their cloud data service from their data centers for the networks.
ivideon is the world’s first cloud network video surveillance service. Originating in Russia, ivideon has data centers located throughout the world in the U.S., Germany, Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia, and Kazahkstan, allowing users to view their feeds from anywhere in the world on a computer, laptop, tablet, and smartphone. This easy to download software, is part of premium model that doesn’t require the use of particular cameras. With no need for a static IP address, or an IT technician to program, ivideon is the user-friendly video surveillance service that streams video feeds from webcams, IP cameras, CCTVs, and DVRs, both in- and outdoors.
Video archives can be stored in the data centers as well as downloaded to a PC for viewing one week, two weeks, and a month prior. For users wanting to be notified immediately, notifications can be sent to let users know of any motion detection, lost Internet connection, and low camera power. ivideon’s unique datacenter capabilities allow a constant stream of video, with data centers compensating for others if connections go down. Forging the way for video surveillance systems, ivideon is ahead of their technological age and only developing more advancements for their service.