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NxtGen Infinite Datacenter develops India’s first fully integrated Video analytics service

NxtGen has announced the launch of its Video Analytics as-a-service model, introducing Covid-19 Surveillance and Team Management bundles, targeted to counter workplace challenges posed by the pandemic. The newly launched offering/ solution is a fully integrated end to end solution, powered by AI/ML, under a single operational fee coupled with advance infrastructure and software understanding from a single company. This solution enables businesses/ organisations to achieve agility and continuity in an environment where reporting at work is imperative/ essential in these time with making minimal or no change to the existing surveillance infrastructure. Furthermore, it will aid workplaces to address the ever-changing ‘back to work’ environment in an effective manner and significantly contribute to make them future ready. NxtGen’s Video Analytics solution offers fully managed and pre integrated digital solutions coupled with ease of deployment, a single operational fee for infrastructure, support and software, reducing the complexity for the customer and quicker deployment of software, making this offering a first of its kind in the market.

NxtGen’s unique as a service model for Video Analytics is a concept that stems out of democratising a piece of technology ensuring simplicity, manageability, and cost optimisation, coupled with complete end to end and customisable solutions. In light of the challenges posed by the pandemic, NxtGen aspires to cater to industries that require their employees to be on premise. Covid-19 Surveillance and Team Management bundles have been created to provide end to end solutions for businesses through video analytics, ensuring that all the norms and protocols of Covid-19 are being followed in a back to work setting.

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