PROMISE Technology joins the Open Security & Safety Alliance

Issue 2 2021 News

PROMISE Technology has announced its position at the Adopter level within the Open Security & Safety Alliance. The Open Security & Safety Alliance (OSSA) is a non-profit, non-stock corporation that brings together like-minded organisations to create a framework providing standards and specifications for a common standardised platform for security and safety solutions.

“PROMISE brings to the table decades of experience innovating high-performance enterprise surveillance storage solutions,” said Alice Chang, chief sales officer, PROMISE Technology. “We look forward to working with OSSA and its alliance members to expand capabilities of surveillance technologies, redefine technological possibilities and develop business opportunities especially for cloud solutions and AI applications for surveillance in 2021.”

The surveillance market has rapidly evolved along with the advancement of applicable technology, and PROMISE is committed to being at the cutting edge of this evolution with innovative surveillance storage offerings that stand out in a crowded market, and involvement in important industry associations to bring about good change together for the broader marketplace.

“As OSSA works to further facilitate an open, common framework for the surveillance and safety markets, it’s important to have stakeholders from all areas within the industry at the table with a voice,” said Johan Jubbega, president, Open Security & Safety Alliance. “PROMISE Technology has a reputation for opening new markets and redefining possibilities in the data storage space. With organisational goals very much in sync, we’re looking forward to the synergy and insight they’ll contribute to Alliance efforts as we continue productive collaboration among members and association alignment in 2021.”

For more information visit www.opensecurityandsafetyalliance.org




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