Zoom Telephonics, doing business as Minim, a creator of innovative connectivity products, and Irdeto, a specialist in digital platform and cybersecurity, have announced the expansion of the AI-driven Trusted Home platform with new data centres in Amsterdam and Moscow.
The expansion will deliver faster AI-driven services and improved reliability for Trusted Home, developed by Minim and Irdeto. The Russia addition was catalysed by Irdeto’s partnership with Microimpuls, an established software developer for IPTV and OTT provider that serves Russian operators and 10 million subscribers.
“Trusted Home meets all modern requirements of working in a WiFi environment, both at home and in business,” explained Microimpuls CTO Konstantin Shpinev. “The constant monitoring of network events using artificial intelligence allows providers to detect and warn operators and users of all home network malfunctions – unmistakably and in the shortest time possible. That’s important because the less time it takes to find a problem and fix it, the higher users’ confidence in their operators.”