Published on 8 November, 2011
| ACCC is Axis' annual gathering for distributors, systems integrators and strategic infrastructure partners |
During the sixth annual Axis Channel Convergence Conference (ACCC) held in Boston this October, Secure-i was awarded "Hosting Partner of the Year for North America". ACCC is an annual gathering of Axis' top distributors, systems integrators, development partners, and strategic infrastructure partners throughout North America, where each year the best of the best are recognised for their outstanding achievements.
Matt Krebs, Business Development Manager for Axis's AVHS division said, "With their (Secure-i's) longevity and commitment to the hosted video space working with Axis products and the AVHS platform, Secure-i was a natural and deserving choice for the Video Hosting Partner of the Year award. They represent the desire and drive needed to move the industry towards exciting new technologies like hosted video and they are true innovators in this space. Secure-i is a valued partner of Axis and we look forward to working with them for years to come."
Secure-i was the first AVHS provider in North America and is the only organisation that has tackled the software component of the hosted model as a full time job, not a side project. Secure-i has built a Hosted VMS platform with robust functionality and strategically aligned itself with world class infrastructure providers. "Our core competency is software development and education, not data centre management", states Brian Lohse, Director of Business Development. "Through partnership with enterprise storage providers and Axis, the world's leading IP camera manufacturer, together we have assembled a world class solution".
Secure-i has demonstrated a long-term commitment to educating both the industry channel and end users on the technology, Hosted RMR business model, and its applications. Dealers can choose to utilise a Secure-i hosted solution though a white label portal or can license the Secure-i software to run on their own servers.