Orbweb IoT Suite is Perfectly Connects All ZAVIO’s Products Together

PALO ALTO, California, Aug 30, 2016 – Orbweb announces cooperation with ZAVIO Inc. by providing M2M connectivity technology to all of ZAVIO’s IP cameras – allowing users to access their surveillance system anytime, anywhere. This IoT Suite that Orbweb offers to global ZAVIO users, demonstrates Orbweb’s competitive ability in the IoT industry.

ZAVIO is one of the world’s leading IP camera manufacturers. Since 2006, ZAVIO has introduced a large variety of IP cameras ranging from economic to high-end level – meeting the market’s different demands. ZAVIO has added standalone NVRs to their product line in order to provide its customers with a more diverse and complete solution.

Making use of Orbweb’s M2M technology has allowed ZAVIO to provide an easy and portable surveillance solution by making machine-to-machine communication possible. IP cameras are now able to directly communicate with other devices even when they are not connected under the same LAN. Orbweb’s IoT Suite is based on Orbweb’s M2M technology, providing:

• M2M Connectivity: Orbweb M2M has 99% penetration rate and can fully utilize the available bandwidth.

• Push Notification: Users will be notified of all events; with push notification, users will be alerted when any pre-set event have occurred.

• Device Management: Orbweb also incorporates user authentication into ZAVIO’s IP cameras, ensuring that only authorized users are allowed access to the cameras.

No matter where the users or the devices are located, Orbweb will ensure a connection is established. In addition, Orbweb’s M2M global footprint is the only technology that is able to operate successfully in Italy, Turkey, and Iran – providing ZAVIO an exclusive access to these and others market that are difficult to operate in.

About Orbweb Inc.

Orbweb Inc. is an “IoT platform & Cloud Enablement” company based in Palo Alto, California, with local offices in Asia. Orbweb has partnered with consumer electronics, PC & Notebook, IoT devices makers, and other traditional non-tech companies worldwide.