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Eagle Eye Networks to support Verizon MiFi Cellular Modem USB730L

Eagle Eye Networks to support Verizon MiFi Cellular Modem USB730L
Eagle Eye Networks announced that it has added support for the Verizon MiFi 4G LTE Global Modem USB730L to the Eagle Eye Cloud VMS. Now any Eagle Eye Bridge or Eagle Eye Cloud Managed Video Recorder (CMVR) can be connected to the Eagle Eye Cloud Data Center using the USB730L modem from Verizon Wireless.

The Global Modem USB730L provides a fast and secure Internet connection in over 200 countries, including high-speed 4G LTE Network across the US. This modem can be purchased directly from Verizon Wireless. Support is immediately available from Eagle Eye Networks.

The Verizon Global Modem USB730L plugs into an Eagle Eye Bridge or CMVR USB port. There are no additional fees from Eagle Eye Networks to connect cameras using the 4G/LTE modem. Eagle Eye has previously supported other Verizon USB Cellular modems in order to provide recording and remote access to cameras where wired internet is not readily available.

“Customers often have cameras in locations where wired Internet or WIFI is not available. Supporting 4G/LTE connections for Eagle Eye Bridges and CMVRs gives these customers a solution for viewing and recording remote cameras,” stated Dean Drako, CEO of Eagle Eye Networks. “The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS is architected and designed to support all types of video from all the different sources. It’s a universal solution so that customers can access and store all their video in a single place making it a lot more convenient. We will continue to add support for more and more different video sources and types.”

The Eagle Eye Cloud VMS currently supports over 1,000 different digital cameras, 5,000 different analog cameras, HD over Coax cameras, wire-free cameras, body cameras, and many other types of video devices.

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