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Wasabi Returns To In Person Events at ISC West 2021 in Las Vegas

After a year of shutdowns, remote work, and no travel, Wasabi Technologies was finally able to participate in person at the ISC West trade show in Las Vegas. ISC West, the security and public safety industry’s most comprehensive and converged-upon events, is one of the first tradeshows to have an in-person attendance in more than a year. As virtual events seemed to be the new normal, the Wasabi team was thrilled to get back on the road to spread the word about our hybrid cloud storage solution for the video surveillance market, and as confirmed by the show – nothing beats face to face relationship building!

Despite this year’s attendee count totaling a third of the show’s usual showing, ISC West attendees eagerly engaged in strategic B2B conversations inside and outside of the trade show booths. As Wasabi continues to gain traction as the hottest cloud storage provider in the market, ISC West was an important event to bring awareness to the growing importance of archiving and backing up surveillance video data to the cloud.

ISC West was a very successful show for Wasabi as we solidified existing relationships with technology partners and created new ones. This event was the catalyst needed to propel Wasabi into the forefront of the video surveillance space and increase the momentum for a low-cost, high-performing cloud solution. We are extremely grateful to our partner, Rasilient Systems, for inviting Wasabi to exhibit in their booth to tell a comprehensive story about moving video to Wasabi. Rasilient is a VMS agnostic server that completely solves the security and bandwidth concerns typically associated with moving video to the cloud through their impressive NFDLink technology.

If ISC West was a preview of things to come, Wasabi is very excited to continue to build out its partner network and educate the security industry that hot cloud storage is the future of video surveillance storage.

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