The powerful diagnostics and real-time analytics tools of the NanoLumens display management platform are now viable for businesses with strict data security mandates

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, September 27, 2019 —  NanoLumens, the award-winning creators of LED visualization solutions in any size, shape or curvature, today announced the introduction of a locally hosted version of its powerful AWARE® LED and LCD display management system. The new server-based edition of the original cloud-based platform is ideal for businesses that have strict data and internet security needs like banks, airports, and government agencies, allowing them to make use of the potent functionality AWARE brings to display network management. The locally hosted version of AWARE runs on a dedicated on-site Linux server and is identical to the cloud-based version in operation and functionality so ad space owners can craft messaging, measure engagement, and meet customers’ needs without compromise.

NanoLumens initially developed AWARE to help digital display managers maximize revenue from digital infrastructure of any size and to take advantage of modern analytics in ways that traditional, more narrowly focused CMS options simply weren’t built for. This original cloud-based version was limited for businesses with strict data security mandates but the new server-based edition renders the powerful diagnostics and analytics tools of AWARE viable on a secure, on-site local area network.

According to Brice McPheeters, NanoLumens Director of Product Line Management and Customer Service, “We developed the locally hosted version of AWARE to meet the needs of those companies who, for a variety of security reasons, are moving away from the cloud and back to server-based solutions. Businesses that handle sensitive data such as financial records and accounts, medical records, or travel documents must maintain higher network security than ever before, and with the locally hosted version of AWARE these customers can leverage 100 percent of AWARE’s capabilities without sending any data outside their internal network.”

McPheeters added that the AWARE API based remote diagnostic capabilities built into the locally hosted version of AWARE are the same as those incorporated in the cloud-based version.  “We simply extended the existing API capabilities to the locally hosted server so operators with existing services can easily integrate the AWARE system into their Network Operations Center (NOC).”