Clear2there (News - Alert) LLC, a provider of advanced video surveillance, smart-home and smart-business, communications, and M2M solutions for service providers and enterprises, has announced that with the recent deployment in Alaska it has expanded smart-home and smart-business solution deployments using the Viewbiquity (News - Alert) Cloud Applications Suite (VCAS) platform with local service providers to 13 states across the country.
“We have seen an overwhelming amount of interest from local telephone companies, broadband providers, and cable operators who see smart-premise services as an attractive vehicle to satisfy customer needs and generate new recurring revenue,” said Craig Steen, president and chief executive officer of Clear2there, in a statement.
Steen said that service providers that have invested in deploying broadband infrastructure recognize that they are in the perfect position to offer these compelling services to their subscribers.
“We anticipate that the number of inquiries we receive will only increase as operators begin to experience success through these early rollouts,” he said.
Steen said that trials and commercial deployments are underway with operators in Alaska, Colorado, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin.
Officials with Clear2there said that the VCAS platform enables service providers to deploy smart-premise solutions to businesses, farms and consumers using a hybrid of cloud- and central office-based resources that maximize operational efficiency, revenue potential, and customer satisfaction.
Company officials said that through these services, subscribers can monitor and manage a wide range of functions from their smartphone, tablet, or any Internet-connected device.
According to company officials, popular services being offered by service providers include self-monitored energy management, security, video surveillance, access control, and notifications.
“With self-monitoring and an efficient balance of Central Office-based and Cloud-based resources, service providers are realizing that they can deliver a profitable yet cost-effective service that today’s savvy consumers are looking for,” continued Steen.
“We expect that the success of our current customers will encourage many more service providers to reach out to us and find out how they can capitalize on these services,” he said.
Edited by Brooke Neuman