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DT's T-Systems Intros Video Analytics-as-a-Service for Enterprises

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T-Systems, Deutsche Telekom division serving the enterprise market, is introducing Video Analytics-as-a-Service (VAaaS) as a complete turnkey and hardware agnostic analytics service.

The VAaaS solution which will be delivered on a pure OpEx basis is designed to help enterprises derive real-time value through the use of advanced analytics of existing or new video surveillance, visibility applications, storage, local and cloud computing.

It provides accurate real-time knowledge of events in business, combined with actual insight into visitors, who they are, what their interests and motives may be, will not only change how enterprises engage with and serve their customers, but will also improve the safety and security of businesses at large.

T-Systems' VAaaS also allows businesses to tailor effective marketing messages and address the right audience and demographics, thanks to precise and timely information about who their customers are. 

Combined with stable API's for integration with existing systems, T-Systems is confident that it is able to integrate Video Analytics data with any ERP or other system leveraging its vast experience in integrations globally to SAP, Oracle.

Paul Warrenfelt, SVP, Sales Region Americas and MD, North America
The service is designed as an easy-to-use, easy-to-buy, turn-key solution which allows our customers, in the simplest and most streamlined way possible, to take full advantage of our Video Analytics-as-a-Service solution with frictionless implementation and a simple monthly cost-per-analytics-filter-per-camera fee structure, without any CapEx investment needed.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com.

 

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