Crestron Unveils Cloud-Based Deployment, Provisioning, and Management Platform

Amsterdam, The Netherlands – February 5, 2018 – Crestron, a global leader in enterprise control and automation technology, is demonstrating XiO Cloud, its cloud-based provisioning platform, in Hall-2, Stand 2-C20 at ISE 2018, 6 – 9 February, 2018. XiO Cloud enables centralized enterprise-wide configuration, monitoring, management, and control of Crestron products including Crestron Mercury®, 3-Series® Control Systems, DigitalMedia™ products (including DMPSs), and TSW touch screens.

“With XiO Cloud, you simply connect a device to the network and it’s automatically recognized,” said Brian Donlan, Crestron Technology Manager, Enterprise Software. “There’s no time-consuming programming, and any device in the world can be managed remotely. The device doesn’t even need to be online when it’s configured. It’s simple, worldwide, browser-based management with the network security IT professionals demand.”

Crestron device management SaaS

XiO Cloud provides IT managers with a powerful centralized tool that enables them to deploy and manage thousands of devices in the same amount of time as it would to manage just one. Using simple drag and drop functionality, devices can be named, configured, and organized by groups and subgroups. Settings and firmware updates can be silently pushed to one or all devices. Device licenses can be quickly activated, transferred, or removed. The dashboard provides interactive charts, a fully searchable activity log of all actions within the portal, and a group status page. And with live status and full monitoring of every connected device, the help desk can quickly address technical issues to maximize uptime.

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Crestron is demonstrating XiO Cloud, along with its other solutions that meet the challenges of the modern workplace in Hall-2, Stand 2-C20 at ISE 2018, 6 – 9 February, 2018.

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