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EdgeFrontier Joins Invizeon for Enhanced Remote Monitoring

Invizeon Corporation, a global supplier of advanced communications software, has collaborated with Augusta Systems Inc for providing enhanced remote monitoring solutions for their clients.

As per this agreement, Invizeon will again sell to Augusta Systems EdgeFrontier a complete middleware base for construction and managing intricate scrutinizing, control and automation solutions EdgeFrontier provides a harmonizing element to Invizeon’s Sphere>Points platform, resulting in successful data management and interaction for Invizeon and its customers.

The EdgeFrontier is a total intermediary interface for developing and handling difficult monitoring and other automation applications. It offers a corresponding constituent to Invizeon's Sphere>Points and Sphere>Mobile for providing enhanced solutions for effectively managing the infrastructure, ensuring public safety etc.

Patrick Esposito, President and CEO of Augusta Systems has stated that their Sphere>Points and Sphere>Mobile’s linking with EdgeFrontier’s data incorporation abilities can provide ideal solutions for remote monitoring requirements of their customers. He added that their company would introduce EdgeFrontier in the upcoming markets through their collaboration with Invizeon.

The Sphere>Points and Sphere>Mobile products employs a standard-based and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) method for inter-communication of vital information across various levels of organization..

According to David Skilling, VP of Client Services for Invizeon, government officers and managers require quick and consistent sharing of instantaneous data to other management staff and major stakeholders. He added that partnership with Augusta Systems can lead to the development of advanced remote operating solutions for their clients.

Source: http://www.augustasystems.com

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