- 分析与建模 - 计算机视觉软件
- 分析与建模 - 边缘分析
- 分析与建模 - 实时分析
- 应用基础设施与中间件 - 数据库管理和存储
- 网络与连接 - 蜂窝
- 网络与连接 - 网关
- 传感器 - 相机/视频系统
为了推动增长和创新，V5 Systems 需要增加市场曝光率并发展其智能安全平台以支持更多用例、要求和技术。
V5 Systems 通过与戴尔 OEM 服务部合作来扩展其平台，以提供用于网络边缘的智能网关、面向客户的全球支持服务以及来自 Nexenta 的软件。
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