PowerCloud Systems launches CloudCommand software platform

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by CBR Staff Writer| 07 December 2010

Network equipment vendors to manage Wi-Fi infrastructure and client devices

PowerCloud Systems, a provider of cloud-based software that OEMs integrate with their business networking products, has launched CloudCommand online software platform for network equipment vendors.

CloudCommand transforms vendors' existing networking products into cloud-based networking offerings with integrated service capabilities, and help them expand their business models to include subscription-based service revenue.

The new cloud-based software platform deploys, configures, connects, secures and manages networking equipment and resources, which also supports wireless access points, routers, VPN gateways and network-attached storage, the company said.

CloudCommand technology is offered as a hosted platform - scalable to support high-volume product lines or as a leased option for, private clouds managed by telcos or large managed service providers.

PowerCloud Systems said its initial release of the CloudCommand online software platform enables vendors to manage Wi-Fi infrastructure and client devices.

It forms the basis for offering by vendors and service providers serving both the small business and mid-market users for Wi-Fi equipment, by public access Wi-Fi vendors and by smart-grid offerirng vendors, the company said.

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