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Tech Overview IV: CloudCommand Management Interface

Developed leveraging Xerox PARC’s deep expertise in human/computer interface and usable security, the CloudCommand Management Console (Console) provides access to traditionally complex network management functionality with surprising simplicity. 215 more words

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Tech Overview Part III: Virtual Management Controller

The CloudCommand Virtual Management Controller (VMC) supports multiple tiers of service with diverse combinations of features and functionalities, as well as role-based permission and functionality management. 166 more words

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Tech Overview Part II: CloudCommand's Communication Protocol

The CloudCommand Protocol is rapidly extensible to allow for CloudCommand to control a large variety of networking devices, from routers, wireless access points and switches to networked end-nodes such as smart-energy meters, surveillance cameras, refrigerators, TVs and even parking meters. 129 more words

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Tech Overview Part I: CloudCommand's Device Agent

Our CloudCommand Agent (Agent) is responsible for CloudCommand’s the secure and reliable connectivity to the cloud and its “plug and connect” service.  This allows for zero-touch deployment of devices in the field. 223 more words

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Technology Overview: CloudCommand & Networking as a Service (NaaS)

Our CloudCommand online software platform provides everything needed to deploy, configure, secure and manage networking devices such as routers, wireless access points, VPN, switches, network attached storage and surveillance cameras. 224 more words

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