Eagle Eye Networks to open data centre in Qatar
By SP&T Staff
By SP&T Staff
Eagle Eye Networks announced plans to open a new data centre in Doha, Qatar where there is growing demand, according to a company statement.
Eagle Eye Networks operates a global network of data centres that are purpose-built for video surveillance, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence enabled. The data centres are managed directly by Eagle Eye personnel to provide maximum security, performance, and availability.
“Large enterprise and multi-location customers in the Upper Gulf Region are looking to cloud video surveillance for customizable security systems with advanced analytics and AI capabilities that provide business intelligence as well as security,” said Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks in a statement.
“Opening a new data centre reinforces our commitment to this market where we already have a seasoned sales and technical support team. We want to empower our reseller partners to succeed with local and global resources.”
“Eagle Eye Networks will continue to invest in this important region to keep up with demand and to support our valued resellers. We expect to open additional data centres elsewhere in the Gulf Region,” he said in a statement.
Rishi Lodhia, Eagle Eye Networks Managing Director EMEA, noted that Eagle Eye will exhibit at the Jan. 16 to 18 Intersec show in Dubai. The company will exhibit at stand S1-F30.
“We’re excited to meet our customers and to showcase how our cloud video surveillance products and our latest AI technology will help them grow their business and be more efficient at the same time,” she said in a statement.