Cloud and AI: The biggest trends in personal and SMB video surveillance

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The global pandemic has put a spotlight on personal safety and security, so it’s unsurprising that the video surveillance market is surging as well. Globally, it hit $45.5 billion this year, while AI technology, which is being integrated into video surveillance products at every price point, will hit $100 billion by the year 2025.

Both consumers and small- and medium-size businesses are increasingly looking for solutions to manage the safety and security of homes, businesses and assets. More importantly, they’re in search of solutions that incorporate sophisticated new video analytics, AI and cloud-based storage technology. Manufacturers are racing to meet the demand, according to a report by IFSEC Global. This trend will grow as the impact of the global pandemic continues to make itself felt for both employees working alone at home and the companies with empty offices.

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Lumen Technologies, Ne CenturyLink, Sees Enterprise Gains But Sliding SMB Sales During ‘New Era’

CenturyLink, which changed its name to Lumen Technologies in September, is coming to the aid of business customers who are aggressively pursuing digital transformation, according to Jeff Storey, Lumen‘s president and CEO.

CenturyLink‘s rebrand to Lumen Technologies was meant to highlights the company’s focus on next-generation network services to help businesses transform, including smart cities, virtual collaboration, and high-performance networking and security, the telecom giant said in September. In its first earnings call since becoming Lumen, the company said on Wednesday evening that it is “firmly in a position” to help customers acquire, analyze and act on their data via applications securely delivered across a hybrid cloud environment, all the way from large data centers, to the edge.

“It‘s more than just a new name and logo. In a world that is rapidly changing, this signals a new era for our company where we combine an all-digital delivery model, software-defined

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