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APC Starts Selling ihiji Cloud-Based Monitoring

APC Starts Selling ihiji Cloud-Based Monitoring

Besides the INV-APP-500 Network Appliance, APC says that its lineup is now certified as ihiji invision Ready.

If you’ve been looking for ihiji’s invision, try checking out APC by Schneider Electric.

APC is known for its power and cooling products. Now, it’s going to have ihiji’s cloud-based monitoring solution as part of its lineup. APC just started shipping the ihiji invision INV-APP-500 network appliance, as part of a 2011 reseller agreement.

The invision system is cloud-based, allowing integrators to remotely monitor, service and maintain almost any electronic system. This includes audio, video, networking, control, lighting, and much more. For the end-user, it boasts improved systems performance, lower energy costs, and reduced service calls.

As an added bonus, APC’s lineup of IP-enabled power conditioning products is now certified as ihiji invision Ready. APC is also offering a slew of products that are compatible with the ihiji invision system, including the APC Smart-UPS, Rack PDUs, S20BLK, and the new G50NETB power conditioner.

“With the growing sophistication of electronics, many end-users want to protect their investments while also managing electronics systems and IP-enabled devices remotely,” said Dave Johnson, senior VP of APC’s home and business networks. “Our partnership with ihiji, along with deployment of our new IP-enabled power conditioners, provides a best-in-class solution that optimizes performance of equipment, protects sensitive components, and provides convenient remote access.”

According to ihiji, the invision INV-APP-500 is available for as low as $200, which includes the hardware and first year of service.

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